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Tips of Painting Realistic Furs for Animals
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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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.
In this tutorial, it walks you through the process of making a tasty donut in Photoshop. We will use the pen tool, the brush tool, the burn tool, the dodge tool, the smudge tool, and various filters and layer styling techniques to achieve the final outcome.
This shows you a work through of making a realistic human lip. You can have an idea of how a lip to be made from the draft. You will see how the lip to be painted layer by layer as well as the shadow and reflection to be added on the lip.
his shows you a work through of making a realistic human lip. You can have an idea of how a lip to be made from the draft. You will see how the lip to be painted layer by layer as well as the shadow and reflection to be added on the lip.
Forest is always a popular background for lots of artwork creation. Therefore, it is good to be familiar to create forests so that you can use it for your artwork. This tutorial will describe to make a forest using brushes.
Eyes are the spirit of the whole image, therefore, it is suggested that you need to spend a longer while to do this bit. There are various ways to draw the eyes. And this tutorial will teach you how to use Photoshop brushes to draw the eyes. The techniques are also suitable for human characters.
Sky is always a wonderful background. Here will show you some tactics to create clouds and different timing of skies such as at night time and sunset. Therefore, you can use the ideas to create different skies to suit for your design easily.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to create a highway sign and post using custom shapes, selections, layer styles and a little creative gradient work. For my final image a few more signs using the same steps are added as the ones in the thumbnail.