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Awesome Retro Pattern Creation Using Photoshop
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Retro style creation is getting more and more popular. Since this is widely applied on web backgrounds or posters. In order to achieve better quality of design, this tutorial has been using two different software. The pattern / shape have been initiated by Illustrator then finalized it by Photoshop.
Lots of cartoons would arrange their characters to live in a special house like tree house. To design a special one, you have to figure out how a normal house to be put on an abnormal tree to form such mysterious scenery.
There are many ways to paint your graphics. In this time, the tutorial will show you how to paint for your cartoon graphics professionally in Photoshop. You will learn how to paint up a cartoon character properly including the eyes, face, hair and so on. Very awesome!
If you are not good at drawing, this would be grateful for you. This tutorial will show you the whole process from sketching to finalizing the painting works. You can follow the steps of this tutorial as a good start.
An element to create remarkable scenery is always based on your imagination. It is not necessary to use advanced Photoshop skills to process this creation. You can also apply the skills from this tutorial to your own idea.
Retro design is always nice to be applied to posters, as the design can match with varies of object and topics. Basically, you need to define the right color and style to match with your presented object. After that, you can further figure out how to stand out the object like this tutorial does for the vehicle using retro design.
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.