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How to Create a Watercolor Portrait in 3 Simple Steps
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Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.
Sometimes, it is nice to create a personal brushes to do your art works as your time can be saved. To begin with, a plain white piece of paper will be taken, folded it in fours and left it in my pocket for a few hours. Next you need to scan the paper using the Grayscale setting on my scanner.
Apart from main objects, background is the second important element for your artwork. You can use it to interpret your object. For example, to present this lady to be desperate, it uses the bad weather to form the background.
Photoshop is very often the tool of choice for photo retouching, but over time it has become a widely used tool in other professional fields such as illustration, conceptual art, graphic design, web design. Therefore, it is a multi-use program that can help a lot to develop our creative work.
This tutorial will show you to create a twisted neck from a giraffe. You will aslo learn the creation with the 3D models, water reflections, underwater textures, also learn how to create water line effect from scratch.
This tutorial is very illustrative and useful because shows how to create a very nice effect in a fabric paint. This is easy to follow and recreate. Little details are what make a great picture and I look forward to trying this technique out.