It’s very simple in your browser. Here’s a few of the different ways:
In your default browser, select a blank area
Start a new canvas canvas
Click the canvas drop down at the bottom of any page in your browser
Or, if you’re on Chrome, start from the address bar, then choose “New” from the drop down menu
And click on one of the following image sources:
There you are! Now you can go back to the previous step for getting started. Once you get out of the browser window, select the tool you would like to use. The canvas can be made as large or small as you need, just make sure you’re doing it.
What kind of paint color should I use here?
You don’t necessarily have to use the color that’s currently available in the browser. You can choose whatever color you want. Just use it as a guideline so you know what you’re getting into. If there is any question as to the color you wish, simply make one change to your color palette below to see how the colors match up.
If you’d rather not use a specific color, just select one of the following image sources and see how it turns out.
The painting above is not the most complicated one, but it is one that’s very basic and easy to make. I’ve done a good bit of practice in the past making these because I didn’t know anything about the Photoshop environment or how things worked. So hopefully I can help you get your own painting up and running.
That’s all for now. We’ll be back soon with another tutorial where you’ll learn how to make those super simple paintings. Until then, thank you for reading, and don’t fret. There are plenty of other tutorials on this site that cover more advanced techniques as well. We’ll be back again soon.
If you’d like to see my tutorials, you can find them on the left.
The best way to understand what the word “libertarian” really means is to watch a libertarian talk show, such as the two-hour-long discussion that just came on on MSNBC. It was recorded in Boston on Sept. 29, and the theme was “When the Power Brokers Don’t Make It: Liberty in a World We Can’t Live Without.”
Here is the first segment, a tribute to the philosopher Murray Rothbard, who died last Friday:
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