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Painting an Artwork – Meeting a Robot
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Painting a nice artwork is not easy. It usually needs you to spend ages to do. In this tutorial, it mainly presents you how to apply effects for your artworks rather than focusing on setting up brushes. You will see how an artwork to be changed gradually after applying effects.
This tutorial will teach you how to create an amazing rainbow in Photoshop tutorial. All you need is a copy of Photoshop and some time on your hands. In this particular example we’re going to create this rainbow but the techniques explained can be used in combination with any shape and colour.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you how to implement the digital painting for a drawing. There are various way you can achieve this. However, once you get more tactics, your skill will be able to help you do the painting in a better and faster way.
Here is going to show you to make a watercolor painting art using Photoshop. You will see the drawing techniques to draw a cute puppy such as defining light source and adding shadow. You can also make something different based on this techniques.
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.
To draw different part of human, different skills are required. It is noted that not many Photoshop tutorials cover how to draw a human hand. In this time, the tutorial will demonstrate a bit of tactics for painting the human hands. To suit for different nations, the skill to change the skin color are also covered.
Painting furs is time consuming so you may want to learn quick ways to do. Simply avoiding learning digital painting is not a good idea, as it can teach you a lot about design, art and Photoshop, and can really help you better your understanding of areas such as lighting and perspective.