Next lesson: The Soft Round Airbrush and a select few of its wonderful usage! Personally, I rarely use this in my paintings, but I still favor it for more Graphic Design-like projects or anything technical such as logo design, special effects and post-rendering touch ups!
NOTES: Photographic stock used in Step 4 by ~bean-stock[link] Another example of using the Soft Edged Brush seen in 1. SELECTION SHADING:
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I like this, but the last example doesn't seem very good to me. Probably looks better on a drawn window — on a picture of a real window, it just looks fake, or like someone outside is shining a giant and powerful flashlight in through the window, not like the sun is shining. The photo already shows the sun shining, add light rays is superfluous.
Thank you for the tutorial. I've tried to understand these basic concepts, but for some reason whenever I would look for a tutorial on them the tutorial would be really confusing for me, but this really simplified it for me. Thank you so much.