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Making a Wonderful Hawk in Photoshop
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to create an old world style wax seal using just a few layers, layer styles and the pen tool. These can pretty much help you to create some labels. Hope you will like it!
In this tutorial, it will show you a quick sketch, scan the sketch, and convert it into Photoshop. Then the fun will begin. Drawing a portrait is not very simple, but with some knowledge you can achieve a lot. The end result may not look exactly like the person you are trying to draw.
In this tutorial, it will present you the concepts of making a funny cartoon scene. You can follow the idea for working out your cartoon artwork such as setting up brushes for painting, adding lighting to your cartoon image etc.
If you think that traditional painting is too slow for making a portrait, here is an alternative method. You can prepare an image about your object, then you selectively hide your image part by part and use Photoshop brushes to carry out.
Some of you may love superhero a lot. To enhance the superhero’s style, you may design a new look for him like this showcase. You will see a simple work through to design and paint this fantastic batman.
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.
Painting a cartoon scene is not easy. From drafting to painting, it takes a long while to carry out. Here will go through with you the steps of painting a cartoon character and what factors have been considered to form a background for this scene.