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In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to basically go about aging a woman’s face in photoshop. It may not be the most technically detailed tutorial but it gives you a good idea of the process to get the job done.
This tutorial is an example of how a few simple techniques can be used to create a piece of digital artwork using multiple layers, masking, the Brush tool, some basic lighting and one simple noise texture. Using the processes here, you will be able to apply the same techniques to your photomontage and create your own look.
If you’ve ever wanted to shine in the spotlights, try this tutorial. It shows you how to create a silhouette of a person taken from a normal photo, and adding colorful light to it as if the light source is located behind this object.
In this tutorial it will show you a creative process. The workflow for creating the splashes involves taking photographs of thrown paint. In the final, you can add anything you want to your advertisement design. You can add a logo and some text in the image you want.
Here’s a little Photoshop guide to mimic the 300 style. The effects could also be applied to video in After Effects with a similar setup. Obviously there was a lot more in the compositing of each scene in 300, but I think this presents the basic elements. You can see the layering in an actual 300 shot on this page of the VFX article in this tutorial.
Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.