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Making a Water Ripple Effect for Cartoon Scenes
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Water is always a common object to be used for artworks. Therefore, water ripple effect is necessary and widely applied. Here shows you a simple way to make a water ripple for a cartoon scene.
Drawing a soldier is like drawing other characters which needs to be initiated from drafting. Once you finished your draft, you can start painting and start to set up your brushes. Different designers would have different skills you can refer.
In this example the character is very radiant, nearly unreal. Thus a turquoise bluish-white is chosen and then chose a pastel pink for the basis of the wood and turquoise green for water to add some contrast and the idea of warmth to the composition. Some overlapping texture layers left is add to uniform the whole and add some extra shades.
Making a hawk is like painting any other portraits, you need to work out a draft first. To start your painting, you should have a full picture of your product e.g. choosing suitable colors for background to match with your object. Then you can start using different sizes of brushes to carry out the painting.
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.