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Human Eye Creation using Photoshop
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Eyes are essential elements when you draw any animal or human images. There are different ways to draw eyes. This tutorial will show you an easy way to draw. You can straightly follow the steps and settings to achieve the result.
To draw a realistic image, it is preferably to do that digitally using Photoshop, as you can carry out the redo or undo, and change the drawing’s colors and styles later on. Photoshop brush is a fantastic tool for performing the art drawing.
Drawing an aged rocket launcher is like drawing other normal objects, you need to start to sketch your object on the paper. Then you can work on your paintings step by step using appropriate brushes and colors. Normally, detail painting requires quite a few layers to stand out its details. Therefore, it would be time-consuming to process.
Drawing a human portrait is uneasy. This two faced man takes even longer comparing to process normal portrait, as it requires twice of your effort to do. Here will show you skills to use brushes and apply photoshop effects for your painting.
Painting human portraits are very difficult and time consuming. If you would like to try, it will take a long while to do. Painting techniques would help you to set up the brushes and enable you to produce a better artwork.
When illustrating a scene, it is important to think about several factors including lighting, depth of field, and color. With reference to this tutorial, you will know how to enhance your illustration by conveying an emotional message.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to create this rock based text effect with natural textures in Photoshop. This effect might look a little bit complex but it really is quite simple to create.
Infographics are an efficient and fun way to present data. You may notice, however, that infographics are often flat vector illustrations. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a soil cake using photographic elements for use in pie charts. Let’s get started!