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Making a Flying Dragon Scenery
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
To bring yourself to legend, you can use photoshop manipulation to do. You need to prepare something which does not exist in present, so dragon image may be good for your scene. After combining all the images, you need to mix the images into one scene with color adjustment.
This will show you how to create a misty landscape matte painting with a dark castle. We’ll create a misty scene with the layered mountains and the light from afar. The main technique here is blending with adjustment layers, masking and brushes. There are something basic you should know about contrast, distance, intensity etc.
This tutorial is an example of how a few simple techniques can be used to create a piece of digital artwork using multiple layers, masking, the Brush tool, some basic lighting and one simple noise texture. Using the processes here, you will be able to apply the same techniques to your photomontage and create your own look.
To most of you, make-up skills in Photoshop are extremely useful because it can be applied to improve your image which were taken in the past. It will show you to setup and use appropriate brush skills to do the make-up.
Have you ever wanted to paint yourself or a friend, but struggled with making your paintings look like them? Digital Portrait Painting in Adobe Photoshop tackles the intimidating topic of digital portraiture head on. In this course, Melody Nieves will help you to paint two beautiful digital portraits, one in color and the other in black and white.
This tutorial will show you to manipulate a fantasy fish scene using a variety of photo manipulation techniques. You’ll learn how to combine different stock images into a cohesive scene using blending, adjusting colors, masking and brush. You’ll learn also how to focus on the details, work with lighting, manage your layers and more.
In this tutorial, we will create a massive tsunami impacting the Statue of Liberty in the sea. To achieve this, we will be combing and adjusting regular images to form a stormy composition, with a massive tsunami rushing past the Statue of Liberty.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a realistic IES (photometric) lighting effect. We are going to use Photoshop CS4 as well as some free plugins and software. You can always apply the same idea to your image and other objects you like.