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Easy Watercolor Painting Effect
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
This tutorial is going to show you to paint a beautiful 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.
It is time consuming and not easy to draw a natural scene by traditional painting method. However, you can do that much nicer and quicker by Photoshop. As long as you keep practising, you will find lots of Photoshop drawings to be done by similar skills or methods.
Drawing a realistic portrait is very time consuming. Here will show you some techniques and ideas to work on the portrait for a lady. You will see how to use reference points to produce a nice sketch and work on painting afterwards. You can apply the same idea to work on different human portrait.
You may wonder how to draw a proper portrait using computer software such as Photoshop. Even you are a good artist, without good Photoshop skills, you will find it very difficult to draw. Thus, you have to practise and get familiar with the Photoshop skills on drawing the portrait.
It is not easy to draw a Marvel character. To do this, it needs a lot of effort and high techniques to do. Here will show you how to turn out a great drawing from a simple draft. This painting skills are also applicable to paint human portraits.
Lord of the Rings and Hobbit swept the whole world. Some characters are extremely cool, and you may wanna draw it. This tutorial is going to show you workthrough for drawing the portrait. You will see how a portrait to be formed. You will see how a draft portrait to be painted layer by layer.