Step3: And here let me show you my layer order. And my background color. I want my background a yellow colour. Set the sketch layer properties to “multiply, so you‘ll be able to see the before layer while you painting… Create a new layer…Name the new layer as “Benjamin Color“…
Step 4: Okay now we are going to arrange the soft coloring brush. First select the Brush Tool (Brush shortcuts B = Brush tool). Keyboard commands, or shortcuts, are simply a way to bypass a few mouse clicks when doing tool changes or tool property adjustments, so you can easly make a quick brush selection with useful shortcuts. Then Right Click on the canvas.
Step 5: And when you Right Click on the canvas a little window will be shown. and select the Brush Tool.
Step 6: Now on Window option; select Brushes. Now, I’ll open the Brush Panel. If it’s not already displayed, open it by going to Window > Brushes, or pressing F5 on your keyboard. You should get something like that picture, which is open to the Presets tab. From here, you can select brushes that have all of their settings ready to go, except blend mode and master opacity. Using the Brush Panel pop-up menu, you can add new presets, load the defaults that ship with Photoshop, or create your own collection.
Step 7: A new window will open to you. Here as you see there are lots of options on the left. Here as you see the default view of the presets is to show small thumbnails of the brush tip shapes.
As you see on this image, there’s six main categories of brush Tio Shapes;
1_ Shape Dynamics,
4_ Dual Brush,
5_ Color Dynamics,
6_ Other Dynamics – all of which (as we’ll see) are found in Photoshop’s Brushes panel. Each one controls a different aspect of the brush as we paint with it, but the controls and options are similar for all six, so once you learn how things work for one, understanding the others will be much easier.
Step 8: Go to your Brush Presets, open the “Brush Tip Shape” tab and choose “Other Dynamics” Here as you see the second option is in the case of Off.
Step 9: We are going to change this option. And choose “Pen Pressure” And also you can see the brush under panel. make the numbers as seen. Under of the panel you must have noticed how different strokes it has now.