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Making a Two-Faced Man Portrait in Photoshop
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
This shows you a work through of making a realistic human lip. You can have an idea of how a lip to be made from the draft. You will see how the lip to be painted layer by layer as well as the shadow and reflection to be added on the lip.
This tutorial will show you how to use a variety of Adobe Photoshop tools for process of painting the water in various forms. It will also explain the rules behind all of these, so that you can modify my examples to your needs. The most important lesson from this will be how to use filters to create all the textures you need in a few seconds.
The key to producing great digital painting is time. Most people who are new to Adobe Photoshop will stop after the first round of applying colour to their illustration. By building up separate layers of colour, the “beginner” art will begin to look more spectacular.
This is to show you how to create a realistic hourglass with Photoshop. In this tutorial, you learn how to create your own hourglass, add realistic shadows and lighting, then complete it with custom sand and wood texture. Throughout the tutorial, you will learn techniques that will help you create more realistic artworks in Photoshop.
This tutorial is going to guide you to create an amazing spiderman. It is very nice and simple as this is made by a series of simple photoshop techniques. And most of steps are taken to make the background in order to match the central spider logo.
Lots of cartoon artworks are very time consuming, especially for the high quality artworks, you can spend hours or even ages to process them. Therefore, learning different painting techniques and skills are very important to speed up your process.