Remove the White Background From Line Art in Adobe Photoshop

Line art drawings are used as a base for a digital painting or colored drawing. They’re built, as the name suggests, from lines, and they should have lines only, without any background. When you draw the line art digitally, you can use a separate layer for this. But what if you used the Undo command one time too many and Photoshop, according to its weird habit, switched you to the background layer, and you didn’t notice it until it was too late? Or what if you have drawn your line art traditionally, on a white sheet of paper, and now you need to remove it without redrawing the lines with a tablet? In this very short tutorial I’ll show you two methods of getting the lines back—a popular one, and a professional one. If you don’t have any line art to use at the moment, feel free to download the attachment and follow me. Or practice this tip using our helpful Drawing Stocks from Envato Market: https://graphicriver.net/drawing-in-graphics?ec_promo=tuts_youtube&ec_unit=description&ec_topic=design

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