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Crazy Abstract Signature for Cartoon Image
In this tutorial, you will learn how to design a nice abstract signature background for your cartoon image. In our recent tutorials, you have learned various abstract effects for background design, and this time you will learn another one called “Abstract Signature”.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a water text effect. Even though it might look compex it’s a very simple effect. We will use Illustrator for the text, then Cinema 4D to make it a 3D text and Photoshop to mix the 3D with some real photos to create a nice and realistic result.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a firey explosion scene. To complete this, a lot of blending mode functions will be applied. The user will get much familiar with this in order to make a nice scene. The users need to have experiment and keep trying to bring the life explosion scene.
In this tutorial, it will show you ways to adjust and blend multiple stocks together to create a seamless kaleidoscopic base for an artwork. The tutorial also cover basic etching techniques, look at some new layer-masking methods and have a play with different kinds of blur effects.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you how to design the super abstract lines to your background. This is very easy and simple. You can create this with different color and style by amending the shiny angle or color pattern.
This art work is made by sketching out various doodles and forms with a black ink pen on blank paper, and then scanned them into Photoshop. Then using illustrator to convert them into vectors, coloured them and turned them into brushes. Based on this, you can create your own abstract artwork easily.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create your own space scene using three stock photos in Photoshop. The majority of the effects use the brush tool, layer effects and the filter gallery. You may want to set aside an hour or two before starting this tutorial because it requires quite a bit of work to accomplish.
I decided to write another one on some of the photoshop effects. Although I use Photoshop on a daily basis, I am by no means a photoshop expert. The whole process took me about 35 minutes, one thing I think is really cool is to apply the color dodge blending option to folder, and put blured elements inside of it. Using it you can create some really amazing light effects.