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This will present you some tactics to plan your artwork. At the planning stage of drawing your artwork, you can use the same idea of this tutorial to collect more information at beginning such as taking photos and draft out your artwork and work on the painting after.
Drawing icy fruit is like drawing other 3D objects which requires you to prepare a sketch and then work on reflection and shadow. An icy fruit is even more difficult as they can have different melting stages and shapes. Here is a good samples to show you different shapes of ice to be formed together.
Christmas is coming. Many of you may want to have your own Christmas card or gift for your friends and family. Except snow mans, Christmas tree is a popular stuff to be thought of. It is very simple to design one as a Christmas card.
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.
If you are a fan of cartoons, you must really keen on drawing your own cartoon character for yourself. To do that, it may take a long while and could be difficult to do. There are lots of drawing skills you have to pick up before you start. Here is a good tutorial for your reference.
Drawing a realistic portrait is very time consuming. Here will show you some techniques and ideas to work on the portrait for a lady. You will see how to use reference points to produce a nice sketch and work on painting afterwards. You can apply the same idea to work on different human portrait.
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.