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In this tutorial, the type-effects shows how to create the above image. The key is to create the letters in a 3D package first as individual characters, then bring them into Photoshop for further post work.This example has a few more details, but you can take it much further.
First step is to create an “onion skin” by adding a white layer above the bottom reference photo layer and setting its layer opacity down a bit so that the image can be seen through the white layer. After doing a bit of work on the flame and wick layers.
In this tutorial, you will need a graphics tablet and also some Prismacolor col-erase pencils if you want to follow the tutorial from the first step.Try to think about what sort of texture would be on each material – textures on the skin would be much more subtle than the jacket, for example. Then take one last look to make sure there aren’t any mistakes, and you’re done.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to learn how to easily make a photo look more like a watercolor painting. And here, after applying the Median filter to the top layer and changing its blend mode to “Soft Light”, is my final “watercolor painting” effect.
The picture was done to resemble an animation still, cel-shaded characters over a “traditionally” painted background. Trying this digitally, using colour as if watercolours were working with.And need to create lots of layers during the process. And that’s all! Here’s the final picture.
This tutorial covers a few simple steps in Adobe Photoshop to create a realistic looking torn paper effect taking you on your way. Merge your layers and add the new paper texture to your designs, notice the tiny fibrous edges and subtle texture up close which together give effect a realistic paper look.