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Quick Photoshop Tricks that I use a lot :b by nuriko-kun Quick Photoshop Tricks that I use a lot :b by nuriko-kun
I get asked for tutorials a lot but I don't feel comfortable doing that so here's a compromise instead! =3=

Sorry my pics made for poor examples because they were already finished and I like to merge all my layers..


I'll shush now cause the thing's already so wall of text.

Feel free to ask questions if anything is unclear.
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Rainbowhare Sep 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
VERY helpful. Thank you!
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MidgetInABikini Aug 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
omg thanks this helps a lot! not with my art skills though... but now my drawings will look shitty IN A COOL LIGHTING!!!
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FlamesofFireLily Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:D Awesome! I didn't know about some of these tips (specifically, the latter ones mentioned ). Thanks for putting up this tutorial !!
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Yukiko-berrie Jul 17, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
These are really awesome tips! :) thank you for sharing! woudl you mind telling me how you can select all the layers? ;w; I have CS7. 
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:iconnuriko-kun:
I usually click the very bottom layer, then scroll all the way up, hold Shift key, and click the very top layer. But you can also click "Select > All Layers" from the menu, or press the shortcut keys associated with that action :)
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Yukiko-berrie Jul 17, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
;w; umm that didn't seem to work for me, I think my version, PS 7, may not support the Shift+Click method. But I did figure it out, using a folder to place the layers in and then duplicated the folder, got the same results. :) 
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:iconnuriko-kun:
Ah ok xD so long as it works!
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Pascal93 Apr 29, 2013  Student Filmographer
Thankies <3
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Shin001 Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks to this.
I can pretty much understand that merging, doesn't pretty much mean, destroys the full image of the art you just made.
It pretty much enhances it and makes it more beautiful.

Thanks!
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tagoston16 Apr 1, 2013  Hobbyist
Thanks for the tips.
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