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Create a Fantastic Cartoon Artwork
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Lots of cartoon artworks are very time consuming, especially for the high quality artworks, you can spend hours or even ages to process them. Therefore, learning different painting techniques and skills are very important to speed up your process.
Christmas is coming. You can create a wonderful cartoon art as a gift to your friends. The idea is to draft out your image with reference to your picture and paint it part by part. Your chosen picture shall be not complicate and easy for painting.
Explosion is a common scene to be created. Most of you would use the actual explosion image rather than create one. However, it may not entirely fit for your use. With reference to this, you can make a powerful explosion scene to fit for your artwork easily.
Painting a beautiful dog is uneasy. A simple way to do is to refer a real image to form a sketch. And then you can start to paint its furs with different colors and shade different part of animals. Here will show you skills to paint. You can use the same skills for painting other animals.
There are lots of painting tecniques and steps you may find on internet. Some of them may be very time consuming and difficult. But, this tutorial will show you a simple way to do a nice painting for your hand sketch drawing. Hope this can inspire you!
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to create a highway sign and post using custom shapes, selections, layer styles and a little creative gradient work. For my final image a few more signs using the same steps are added as the ones in the thumbnail.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to make different human skin surfaces. A lot of photoshop skills such as tuning the brightness & color adjustments are involved in this. You will find out more and apply the same idea for your photos.
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.