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Design a Dramatic Captain America Symbol
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Captain America 2 is coming soon. Marvel Cartoon’s fan is going to be crazy again. This tutorial will show you how to design the symbol of Captain America – the shield. You will learn how to create a nice metal shield such as adding shadow and choose texture for the shield and this idea can be applied for any other metal.
Traditionally, to draw a paint, the artist may spend few hours or up to ages to complete a single artwork. If you wanted to be an artist, you can apply your skill with Photoshop software. You can get your job done easily and quickly.
How to turn a normal star into something special. Perhaps you can just add on some effects such as scratches for it. This tutorial will teach you to start with a composition from scratch first in Illustrator where we will play with shapes and the Blend Tool. After that in Photoshop we will add the light effects and the pattern overlay.
Using Brushes are the one of most common techniques in Photoshop tutorial. You can save a lot of time and produce high quality art work, when you are able to manage to use the brushes wisely. And, this tutorial will teach you how to setup and apply the brushes to paint the cartoon scene.
This tutorial is going to show you to paint a beautiful lady portrait. There are some painting techniques will be shared in this. You will see how a draft portrait to be painted layer by layer. This style painting is different from normal one you see and is applicable for some soft objects such as puppy or female portrait.
If you are not familiar with the drafting skills, this tutorial will give you a great hints for drafting animals or other objects. The idea is to make some shapes as reference lines. Then your artwork’s dimensions will be in ratio. Most of designers use the same idea for drawing portrait.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to learn how to easily make a photo look more like a watercolor painting. And here, after applying the Median filter to the top layer and changing its blend mode to “Soft Light”, is my final “watercolor painting” effect.