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Design a Stunning Sneaker Advert
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Let’s learn to design a stunning sneaker. If you want to advertise your product, it is nice to add some lighting or some kind of special effect to draw attentions from others. And, this tutorial will present you how to design some nice sparks and colorful lighting lines to present your products.
Human portrait is never an easy task and is time consuming process. In this tutorial, it will show you some tactics for drawing a pretty woman portrait. It will go through the details for brushes setting and painting skills, so you can apply them for your own portrait.
Retro style creation is getting more and more popular. Since this is widely applied on web backgrounds or posters. In order to achieve better quality of design, this tutorial has been using two different software. The pattern / shape have been initiated by Illustrator then finalized it by Photoshop.
In this tutorial, it will present you the concepts of making a funny cartoon scene. You can follow the idea for working out your cartoon artwork such as setting up brushes for painting, adding lighting to your cartoon image etc.
Once you have a great idea in your head, you may want to draw it out. Painting a big scene is a difficult task to most of you. Painting techniques can allow you simplify your work and increase your efficiency to work on your painting works.
In this tutorial, it will display the process to paint and improve an art. And also, this tutorial will give you an idea to process the paint in the way you want. This art is reworked and the image is improved with these important modifications.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to create an old world style wax seal using just a few layers, layer styles and the pen tool. These can pretty much help you to create some labels. Hope you will like it!
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.