November’s issue is out! This time around, I show you something a little unusual with the Clone Stamp tool. While most Photoshop users have gotten used to the idea of making image corrections with it, I wanted to use the Clone Stamp in a more artistic way.
Coupled with a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet, I was able to free myself up from the typical constraints of working with masks. While this effect can be achieved with masks, I’ve also layered up the look and wanted a more organic, simple approach. This is largely due to the fact that I wasn’t sure what I wanted from the final image, only that I wanted to explore blending the two pieces together. It turns out that this method is much faster for me then trying to finesse multiple masks.