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Drawing a Dragon and Lady Cartoon Art
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
To make your idea into a cartoon art, you may start from a draft and then paint. You need to well plan your cartoon artworks e.g. style and color for your objects. In addition, to stand out your objects, you need to work out a great background to complete it.
This is to show you to manipulation a wonderful starry sky. Few simple photos can be used for creating a fantastic starry sky for your image using photo manipulation. You will learn how to make different scenes using the Photoshop skills.
To draw or create something realistically, it is really difficult to do. As one little element goes wrong, the whole object would look weird. It is suggested that you refer to more tutorials and practise more that can help to improve your skills.
In this tutorial, it will explain how to properly control all the elements of a composition including color balance, contrast, textures, and more, as well as all of the tools and techniques that you will need to know in Photoshop to build a highly entertaining and detailed caricature illustration.
When you read comics, you may wonder how the comic is drawn. The process of making a character alive is not that easy. The comic makers may spend ages to think of the idea, drafting and painting. This tutorial will present you the techniques to do the painting works for your character outline. Then you will be able to do your painting in a faster and easier way.
This tutorial will show you how to process a cyber motor bike artwork from drafting to painting. You will see how the designer to carry out its painting step by step. Similar idea can be applied, in which, a lizard or other objects was put to the motor bike’s background to stand out the color of the bike.
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.