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Amazing Avatar Creation
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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Avatar has swept the whole world. Lots of designers have done lots of art works related to “Avatar”. Lots of designers have been working on the transformation from a human photo to “Avatar”. However, this tutorial will start the artworks from pencil drafting. You will learn how to develop an impressive Avatar art in a new way.
This is a step by step tutorial on painting a realistic nose, although this is digital painting, the same principles apply to traditional painting. You can apply the same principle to any other portrait painting works.
Animal is very common objects for drawing. Drawing nice furs is time consuming and uneasy. This tutorial will share some drawing techniques such as adjusting the lighting, and adding colorful furs on the object.
To draw some fine hairs for an image, it is always considered to be a time consuming job. However, there is a quick way to achieve this using photoshop. This tutorial will teach you some techniques to paint some nice hairs in a fast way.
To most of you, drawing a portrait is a difficult task. A major tool to carry out the works is Photoshop brushes. Different artist would have different method to carry out such task. You can have a look this tutorial for reference.
Here works through with you for making this fantastic natural scenery. It will demonstrate you how to draft your sky, flower land, grass etc. With this, you can form a nice natural scenery based on the same idea.
You may wonder how to create a nice drawing in an easy way, when you look at other designer’s products. In general, most of designers would like to make a draft and then paint the drawing after. However, the designer has used something different to create such a drawing.
In this step-by-step tutorial we will reinvent the tape … again! I will walk you through the process of creating a detailed audio cassette, from scratch, in Photoshop using shapes, layer styles and filters. Interested? Let’s start!