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Drawing an Elegant Lady Portrait
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
Many of you may have worked on human portraits and find process to be very difficult. Different designers have their own set of skills to carry out. Here will present you a bit of tactics and stages for drawing a nice lady portrait.
Lots of films would use sea as their topics. You may want to have a try to use a ship for your topic of your artwork also. Here will show you how to use fantastic Photoshop skills to design a great ship fighting to the ocean.
This tutorial will show you the steps of making a nice cartoon character portrait in an easy way. You can create your own cartoon artwork based on this skill. It will demonstrate you how to use brushes to carry out the painting works.
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.
A nice artwork is required to have good idea. This character is designed to rule the winter. In this tutorial, you will see how the designer share his tactics for creating an icy super hero. This will give you some hints to start up your own superhero creation.
In this Photoshop Tutorial, it is going to show you how to design traditional radio image using simple shapes, gradients, patterns and textures. Very awesome!
Lots of art designers would like to paint different natural scenery such as spring or winter. To generate a winter scene, it is good to paint a snowing scene. It is like other general paint, you have to sketch out your scene first, and use different size of brushes to carry out.