Interview with Johann Brangeon who was recently announced as the winner of the Hidden Treasures of Creativity #MunchContest.
Adobe Photoshop Sketch
This blog announces the winner of The contest associated with the Hidden Treasures of Creativity campaign, #MunchContest.
To give you a glimpse behind the scenes, we spoke with award winning Photoshop brush maker Kyle T. Webster about how he was able to capture the exact detail of Munch’s brushes and recreate them in Photoshop and Sketch.
Classic pieces of artwork are treasured for thousands of years; Mona Lisa, Whistler’s Wife, Starry Night, the list is endless. These iconic works can transcend time in the ideas they provoke and stir in the observer.
To celebrate digital preservation of masterpieces, we at Adobe have teamed up with The Munch Museum in Oslo and award winning Photoshop brush maker Kyle T. Webster to recreate digital versions of the more than 100-year-old original brushes used by Edvard Munch, painter of the famous artwork ‘The Scream’, in order to make them available in Creative Cloud for Photoshop and Sketch users worldwide.
Adobe Photoshop Sketch users will be thrilled to hear that our May release now supports layers. Read more to learn about how to access this new feature and all of the cool things it lets you do.
We are excited to announce the availability of read-only access when you collaborate with Creative Cloud Libraries and Creative Cloud Files on mobile, desktop, and the web. We are also pleased to support patterns, a new Library asset type, created in Adobe Capture CC and available for use in Adobe Photoshop CC.