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photo masking tutorial

I'm putting a preppy sign picture that Brandy gave me as a gift inside of the brush just for the purpose of getting the tutorial done faster cause I don't have much time right now. Brush used is an old brush of mine. You can put any picture inside of one of these. They're really good to use with simple signs and collage headers/collage header layouts.

What you'll need:
  • One of the Photoshop programs
  • Brush of your choice


  • Example of what you'll be doing:


    The Steps

    1. Open the photo you want to put inside of the brush. Define it as a pattern.

    2. Open a new file. Whatever size you need it to be. Make a new layer and stamp the brush you want to use on that layer.


    3. Right click on the layer and click "Blending Options". Click "Pattern Overlay". Using the pattern you defined in step 1.

    4. Hover over the picture of the brush with your pattern. You will notice you see the move tool.


    5. Move the picture around where you think it looks best at inside of the brush. You're done!

    Finished Product: