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Painting a Proper Cartoon Drawing using Photoshop
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
It is not easy to paint a nice drawing due to it requires a lot of painting and photoshop skills. To paint a portrait and image, they are more or less required similar skills. The idea is to paint them layer by layer like adding shading and shadow effects.
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.
In this tutorial, it will show you the basics of using your Layers palette, as well as talk you through how to use some tools in your Tools palette, such as the Polygonal Lasso and the Elliptical Marquee. It will also show you how to cell-shade (colour using hard-edged shading techniques) your character while adding in a detailed background to situate your fantasy character in its own unique environment.
This tutorial is going to show you how to design a proper neon effect in Photoshop. Most of neon effect looks very complicate, but this tutorial is not. The process just involves some general techniques. You will find it easy to make after trying this.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to learn how to easily make a photo look more like a watercolor painting. And here, after applying the Median filter to the top layer and changing its blend mode to “Soft Light”, is my final “watercolor painting” effect.
Painting a beautiful model portrait is a complicate process. It can take you few days to carry out. It will be really helpful, if you use some techniques to work on and use the Photoshop brushes. Here will guide you to paint the portrait nicely.
First step is to create an “onion skin” by adding a white layer above the bottom reference photo layer and setting its layer opacity down a bit so that the image can be seen through the white layer. After doing a bit of work on the flame and wick layers.