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Amazing Scene Creation – Transformer Attack
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
You may find lots of impressive scenes on comics or movies. They are very high quality and done by a big artist team. However, you can create one yourself using Photoshop. This tutorial will go through a nice movie scene with you called “transformer attack.
Universe scene has different styles. Different designers produce different universe scenes. Some of them may develop their scenes based on texture paper but this time will illustrate you skills to develop one using Photoshop brushes.
A simple natural painting can be very simple. One animal, a single tree, and some grass as a background can form a nice natural environmental scene. Here will present you some basic brushes skills for the art painting works.
Many people would like to learn painting portrait, but it is not an easy task. This tutorial will show you some techniques to do it and Glass broken effect will be applied after the portrait painting.
This tutorial shows you how to create the art cartoon. You need to download the tutorial in order to view it. To begin with, you need to draft a cartoon, then color the image part by part with photoshop tools. Shaping is one of the critical path to make the quality image.
When you come up with design something as a gift, it is always good to add a ribbon with butterfly shape on it. This tutorial is a good example to demonstrate you how to wrap the rectangle into butterfly shape. You can also wrap a similar shape for your Christmas/new year e-card for your friend and family.
Create a new document the size you want your simcards to be, select the rounded rectangle tool and draw out your rectangle, fill with your choice of color. Select the simcard layer and cut the corner off. You should then have something like this.
This tutorial will give you some tips on painting a realistic nose and skin, although this is digital painting, the same principles apply to traditional painting. You can apply the same principle to any other portrait painting works.