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Painting a Realistic Water Motion
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Liquid motion is too irregular that is difficult to be created. However, you can start with drafting and paint it afterwards following to this tutorial. Otherwise, you need to find a image about water motion and apply photo manipulation instead.
The picture was done to resemble an animation still, cel-shaded characters over a “traditionally” painted background. Trying this digitally, using colour as if watercolours were working with.And need to create lots of layers during the process. And that’s all! Here’s the final picture.
The tutorial is initiated with the scanned art. This tutorial will show you how to paint an art and make it like a 3D cartoon. The process is complicate, as it is related to add the shadow and a lot of art works. You will be familiar with the photoshop brush after finishing this tutorial. Since you need to frequently use the brush to process this.
This tutorial covers a few simple steps in Adobe Photoshop to create a realistic looking torn paper effect taking you on your way. Merge your layers and add the new paper texture to your designs, notice the tiny fibrous edges and subtle texture up close which together give effect a realistic paper look.
Lots of comic artists used to adopt traditional painting tools for their comics/artworks, however, it has been changed since the development of Photoshop or other artwork software. Based on these, the artist would be able to create more realistic and add on more effects for their artworks. When you want to move your photoshop skill to next level, you can try this advance photoshop tutorial.
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.
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.