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Concept of Making a Nice Fighter Portrait
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, it will show you concept of making a cartoon fighter portrait. After you draft your fighter, you paste your draft on your prepared background, and start using brushes to carry out your painting. You can see how the designer paint out each part using different colors.
When you read comics, you may wonder how the comic is drawn. The process of making a character alive is not that easy. The comic makers may spend ages to think of the idea, drafting and painting. This tutorial will present you the techniques to do the painting works for your character outline. Then you will be able to do your painting in a faster and easier way.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a realistic eye for your cartoon character. The tutorial will also explain and describe the idea of creating the eyes and how to match the colors for different parts of the eye. Of course, you can choose the favorite color for the eye.
Photoshop can allow you to make anything extraordinary. This tutorial will show you to make a spaceship destroying the city scene using the brushes plus photo manipulation skills. You can form any different photos combination you like to achieve a fantastic result.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a striking lady portrait in Photoshop. In past, our tutorials have been shown this kind of art work. At first, you always have to prepare the hand drawing to kick started the process. Then detail painting up the drawing.
Lots of art designers would like to paint different natural scenery such as spring or winter. To generate a winter scene, it is good to paint a snowing scene. It is like other general paint, you have to sketch out your scene first, and use different size of brushes to carry out.
This tutorial will show you paint a nice female warrior. It will go through with you to reflect everything and distort the reflected image. It’s also very difficult to mix in the natural colors reflected in the metal without flattening the metallic surface.