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Create a Desirable Gladiator Scene using Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Most of the time, you may be stuck on how to apply different scenes for different characters. It is not necessary to put the fighting or war scene as a background in this case. A simple sea and a beautiful girl can also be applied for your gladiator.
This tutorial will show you to manipulate a fantasy fish scene using a variety of photo manipulation techniques. You’ll learn how to combine different stock images into a cohesive scene using blending, adjusting colors, masking and brush. You’ll learn also how to focus on the details, work with lighting, manage your layers and more.
Most of the time we forget to think about the back and forth of ideas and countless iterations from the brief to the final product. That is what differentiates design from art and that is what you always try to illustrate. This tutorial requires you to use 4D Cinema and Photoshop together.
Anything can inspire yourself to create a nice background as long as you pay attention to the things around you. This idea is to mix the fruit with a little bit of your design, then it forms a nicely imaginative background.
Here, you will learn how to make an epic photomanipulation in medieval-fantasy style and you will compose a dropped sword in the background of battlefield. You will learn how to mix stock, use transforms and how to change colors on further photomanipulations. And You will know how to use blurs and colors in making perspective in photomanipulations.
This tutorial is going to teach you the process of making intriguing light effects and applying them in your work. This is more a process description of making this illustration, than a detailed step by step how to. I’ll give you some good guidance on how to deal with an illustration like this and cover the overall workflow.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to create the illusion that a single photo is being displayed as a series of vertical panels. It may look complicated, but as we’ll see, it’s actually a very easy effect to create, with most of the steps being simple repetition. Enjoy！