In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create the Pop Art effect in Photoshop. We’ll be recreating the Andy Warhol screen print style using photoshop and portraits. I’ll also show you how to easily duplicate the effect to create several different coloured versions of the same picture. We’ll be covering the following Photoshop techniques: Using quick masks, layer blending modes, using layers to change colours, adding colour overlays, loading images as a stack and much more!
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