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Drawing a Fantastic Portrait for a Movie Star
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
There are many ways to make a portrait on the internet. Therefore, it is good to learn more skills in order to speed up and improve your drawing techniques.
Fruits is always the first lecture of learning drawing. There are few elements are required to be particularly paid attention to such as reflection and shadow. Once, you get familiar with simple fruits drawings, then you can go to next level to try others.
You will learn how to turn thumbnails into sketches, develop perspectives for each panel, evolve your characters and create a hand-drawn feel to your work. Here will show you step-by-step through how to turn out a piece with a pencil-drawn look. The techniques you’ll learn will get results whether you’ve drawn the original piece in Painter or Photoshop, or scanned in a page of your own comic art.
Digital matte painting is one of the fastest growing and most difficult styles of digital art created today. Often used for cinematic and videogame scenes, these artworks are also capable of standing on their own as inspirational and breathtaking works of art.
This tutorial covers a few simple steps in Adobe Photoshop to create a realistic looking torn paper effect taking you on your way. Merge your layers and add the new paper texture to your designs, notice the tiny fibrous edges and subtle texture up close which together give effect a realistic paper look.
The picture was done to resemble an animation still, cel-shaded characters over a “traditionally” painted background. Trying this digitally, using colour as if watercolours were working with.And need to create lots of layers during the process. And that’s all! Here’s the final picture.
This painting started with clean-sketches. It will show you the overall painting process for this funny artwork painting. If you zoom in, they are very rough. The layers were merged together at some point in step 5, and continued to literally work the colours of the lineart into the skin.