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Painting an Awesome Cartoon in Photoshop
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
- Photoshop is recommended for this tutorial -
Making a nice cartoon artwork, you definitely need to have good Photoshop skills on Photoshop brushes. To commence, you are required to prepare a draft. You will be guided to use different size & color brushes, opacity and saturation to process this artwork.
You may wonder how to draw a proper portrait using computer software such as Photoshop. Even you are a good artist, without good Photoshop skills, you will find it very difficult to draw. Thus, you have to practise and get familiar with the Photoshop skills on drawing the portrait.
Traditionally, to draw a paint, the artist may spend few hours or up to ages to complete a single artwork. If you wanted to be an artist, you can apply your skill with Photoshop software. You can get your job done easily and quickly.
It is about how to paint a cartoon lady portrait this tutorial. You will see how this artwork to be made step by step. The artwork is created layer by layer. You may be able to use similar method to paint your artwork.
It is not easy to draw a human image as it is time-consuming and require advance skills in order to make it realistically. Using Photoshop brushes, the story is much easier as you just need to paint it following your sketch and no need to have high level of skills.
If you want to prepare a nice background such as street or interior design, this tutorial will show you to refer a realistic objects and generate it as your artwork. You need to use Sketchup to initiate and use Photoshop for your painting work.
Some objects are very common for paint. This tutorial will teach you skills to create a few objects including fire, splashing liquid and wounds Painting fire, slimes and wounds in one go using brush blending modes in Photoshop.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to make basic water drops in three dimensional space using the elliptical marquee tool. In my final example, the iPod Shuffle we created is added in an earlier lesson in a red color with it’s own reflection to add a little more depth to the project.