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Continue finessing your image. When you're satisfied with your work, step back and take another good look at your painting. Congratulations, you've completed the project!

I hope this project served to whet your appetite for creating challenging art projects with Photoshop. My next article will show you even more of the dynamic possibilities of this powerful program. Meanwhile, you can find much more information about painting with Photoshop using a Wacom tablet and the Mixer Brushes in my book The Photoshop and Painter Artist Tablet Book: Creative Techniques in Digital Painting Using Wacom and the iPad, Second Edition. If you're interested in working with pastels and Dry Media, see my article "Blending and Feathering with Pastels in Painter 2015," and check out The Painter Wow! Book, Tenth Edition for many kinds of creative painting projects using Painter and Photoshop.

Cher Pendarvis started with a child's fascination with art, and graduated from college with a BFA with Highest Honors and Distinction in Art, specializing in painting and printmaking. A pioneer of the electronic medium, Cher has worked alongside other notables from the early digital era, trailblazing the merging of traditional and digital art forms. Her digital illustrations have been published since 1987. Cher is widely recognized for her mastery of Painter and Photoshop. Her articles and art span nearly three decades of influential books and periodicals. She is principal of the consulting firm Cher Threinen Design, and authored all 10 editions of The Painter WOW! Book and both editions of The Photoshop and Painter Artist Tablet Book: Creative Techniques in Digital Painting Using Wacom and the iPad. To learn more about Cher, please visit her website at www.pendarvis-studios.com.

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