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Tutorial for soft cell shading
Under Drawing Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
- Photoshop is recommended for this tutorial -
In this tutorial, it will show you how to paint softly in a drawing. It total contains 7 stages throughout the tutorial.
To develop a nice portrait, you have to spend quite a while to try and error to develop a great painting. This will show you some techniques to carry out your painting works so that you can improve your painting skills.
This tutorial is part of a series called Isometric Pixel Art. We had a lesson called “create an isometric pixel art city hall in Adobe Photoshop”. While in this tutorial the elements we’ll cover would, in fact, be useful to accessorize other kinds of scenes, like gardens inside buildings, or terraces. Please review and enjoy.
In this tutorial, it will show you a quick sketch, scan the sketch, and convert it into Photoshop. Then the fun will begin. Drawing a portrait is not very simple, but with some knowledge you can achieve a lot. The end result may not look exactly like the person you are trying to draw.
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.
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.
Lots of men would dream to themself to be strong and muscular. The first step to draw nice muscle is to know how different shapes of muscles distributing on your body. There are not too many skills in this tutorial, but it will be benefit to you as long as you can get the idea.
How do you select great colors for your artworks? here will give you some hints. Color selection can be complicate as you need to have great colors matching for your background and objects to work out a nice artwork.