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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.
How to turn a normal star into something special. Perhaps you can just add on some effects such as scratches for it. This tutorial will teach you to start with a composition from scratch first in Illustrator where we will play with shapes and the Blend Tool. After that in Photoshop we will add the light effects and the pattern overlay.
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.
Apart from using brushes for coloring, you can also use other Photoshop techniques to change your image’s color. This tutorial will show you to use gradient map function to change color for the cartoon character in few steps. Then you do not need to repaint the artwork.
If you would like to learn some fantastic painting skills, you can start to use some sketches to paint it on your computer. Using Photoshop, you can paint your object accurately and avoid your paint outside the edge or painting area.
This is a icon design tutorial. We always start with a hand-drawn sketch to initiate for icon design. Drawing an icon means to draw the most typical characters of an object so that it can capture the icon’s action or represent the concept and nuance. There are many different approaches to icon design, but the goal in designing icons is the same. Of course, you can use whatever tools you want.
In this tutorial, new WeGraphics contributor, Jonathan Wong walks you through how to create a Spectrum Poster design using Adobe Photoshop. So pull up a chair and join in as Jonathan takes us on a trip through his creative process.