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In this tutorial, it will show you a quick sketch, scan the sketch, and convert it into Photoshop. Then the fun will begin. Drawing a portrait is not very simple, but with some knowledge you can achieve a lot. The end result may not look exactly like the person you are trying to draw.
Apart from using brushes for coloring, you can also use other Photoshop techniques to change your image’s color. This tutorial will show you to use gradient map function to change color for the cartoon character in few steps. Then you do not need to repaint the artwork.
Forest is always a popular background for lots of artwork creation. Therefore, it is good to be familiar to create forests so that you can use it for your artwork. This tutorial will describe to make a forest using brushes.
To most of you, drawing and painting are very difficult. It is time-consuming and technical. Most of designers would use photoshop brushes. However, there are some tactics which can allow you to process faster and nicer.
Painting a cartoon scene is not easy. From drafting to painting, it takes a long while to carry out. Here will go through with you the steps of painting a cartoon character and what factors have been considered to form a background for this scene.
Painting a nice art is not easy. You need to be familiar with using the Photoshop brushes to commence. It is not like photo manipulation, in which, most steps are done in blending settings. Therefore, it is good to have a look more different tutorials.
Human skin is a popular object especially when you draw human portrait. You will learn how to color the skins, add shadow and lighting to your skins. Once you get familiar with this skill, you can draw up any human portrait easily.
In this tutorial, new WeGraphics contributor, Jonathan Wong walks you through how to create a Spectrum Poster design using Adobe Photoshop. So pull up a chair and join in as Jonathan takes us on a trip through his creative process.