Build experiments into your workflow

  • Time needed Four hours
  • SkillsRetouch skin. Use the Pen tool, anchor points and smart filters. Learn quick masking techniques

When creating artwork for a client, you should always expect the unexpected. Not only can the creative brief alter halfway through a project, but the client can change their mind and add lots of amendments within your existing artwork. To avoid re-doing parts of your work from scratch, it’s imperative to ensure you plan ahead and learn how to work in a way that will stop you pulling your hair out when clients present you with changes.

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