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How Do You Make a Cartoon in Photoshop Cs6?

Last updated on September 24, 2022 @ 1:39 pm

When it comes to making a cartoon in Photoshop CS6, there are a few things that you will need to take into account. The first is the resolution of your project. You will need to make sure that the resolution is high enough so that the final product looks good when printed out or displayed on a screen.

The second thing to consider is the frame rate. This is important because it will dictate how smooth the animation looks. A higher frame rate will result in a smoother animation, while a lower frame rate will make the animation look more choppy.

Once you have considered these two factors, you can begin to create your cartoon in Photoshop CS6. The first step is to create a new document with the dimensions that you want your final product to be.

PRO TIP: This video is a guide on how to make a cartoon in Photoshop CS6. However, it is important to note that this guide is for those who are already familiar with the basics of Photoshop. If you are new to Photoshop, it is recommended that you watch a tutorial on the basics before attempting to follow this guide.

Next, you will need to add your frames. To do this, simply click on the “New Layer” button and then select “Frame 1” from the drop-down menu. A new layer will be created for each frame that you add.

Once you have added all of your frames, you can begin to add your artwork. To do this, simply select the “Brush Tool” from the toolbar and then start drawing on the canvas.

As you draw, you will see your lines appear on the frame that is currently selected. If you want to change any of the colors that you are using, simply double-click on the color swatch in the “Tools” palette and then choose a new color.

When you are finished adding your artwork, you can preview your animation by clicking on the “Play” button in the “Timeline” palette. If everything looks good, you can then save your file and share it with others!

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