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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.
If you’ve ever wanted to shine in the spotlights, try this tutorial. It shows you how to create a silhouette of a person taken from a normal photo, and adding colorful light to it as if the light source is located behind this object.
In this photoshop tutorial we will take an image of a woman and enhance photos with the use of simple photoshop tools such as the lasso, color correction, and we will enhance the photograph using simple photo manipulation techniques. After you are happy with your artwork, adjust brightness contrast to add depth.
In this tutorial, it is going to create a fantasy scene where a Priestess will be standing on a rock during the night holding a lantern in one hand and a golden lotus in other hand which creates a smoke ball, and there will be bunch of small rocks flying around the Priestess.
In this tutorial, it will reveal you how to edit a photo and make it into a high quality photo. To begin with, you need to remove unwanted object from the photo. Then the object will be edited to become more grant and elegant by adding the color on the fore part of the face.
Simple photo combination effect can be applied to make lots of interesting things. To stick few planes on sky, it will look like a real war scene plus some photo coloring and editions. Using the same idea, it can create various of funny and interesting scenes.
To create something outstanding, you have to use different sort of skill and effect. For example, night scene is not necessary to be deep blue or black. Sometimes, if you use other color such as green like this tutorial, it could achieve a very different and nice result.
In this tutorial we’ll put together a poster where there is a main photograph and a lot of text using the old-collage feel. This tutorial is not so much about technique as it is about layout and composition. In this case it would have been difficult to make the poster work just by using the photo as a background, I had all of three hours to do the entire job (charity work!), and still wanted it to look nice.