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What You’ll Be Creating Realism is tricky, but if you can master it you’ll bring your art to a whole new level. In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to paint four different hairstyles varying in texture and curl patterns. Learn the step-by-step process to achieving realism by being strategic with Layer Blend Modes. 1. Know Your Brushes We can’t start these paintings without first arming ourselves with the proper tools. And in order to paint digitally, I’ll be using a Wacom Intuos 3 graphics tablet. There are so many brush options available online that it can be difficult to know which ones to choose. Let me make this process simple by telling you that you already have incredible brushes waiting for you in Adobe Photoshop CC. Just hit F5 on your keyboard to bring up the Brush panel. Click over to Brush Presets and choose from the list of brushes already provided for you. Hard Round Pressure Opacity Brush The main brush I’ll use is my all-time favorite, the Hard Round Pressure Opacity brush. Because of its faded edges and its reliance on pen sensitivity, this brush is versatile enough to draw our sketches and paint flowy hair texture. Dry Brush The second brush I’ll need is a textural Dry Brush.
What You’ll Be Creating Transform your youngster into the Great and Powerful Wizard of Oz! And pay no attention to that person behind the Photoshop… 1. Gather the Resources The throne room of the Great and Powerful Wizard of Oz was visually distinctive in the film. Curtains in the background, some sort of throne or altar structure, smoke and fire, and of course the giant, green, floating head! Step 1 Download the WizardOzResources.zip file attached to this tutorial. Inside you will find four images that we will use to create the throne room setting: antique-2896_1920.jpg ( original source ) stage-curtain-660078.jpg ( original source ) Steam1.jpg ( original source ) Fire1.jpg (from my personal collection) Step 2 Remember seeing the huge, disembodied head of the Wizard the first time you watched the Wizard of Oz? It was scary and intimidating! It certainly wasn’t smiling.
What You’ll Be Creating The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is one of the most popular fairy-tale novels for children, which is also loved by millions of adults for its fantastic, magical atmosphere. In this tutorial we’ll be creating a colorful portrait of Cowardly Lion, using a stock photo to create a realistic, outlined look. We’ll be adding some grungy and lighting effects, creating a stylish thematic poster with the Cowardly Lion. Let’s start! 1. Create Line Art From a Stock Photo Step 1 For our tutorial, we’ll be using this photo of a lion from Pixabay.com .
What You’ll Be Creating One of the most iconic themes in the Wizard of Oz is the transition from sepia to colour. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to colourise a sepia photo to create a coloured image. Colourising a sepia or black-and-white image can seem like a real challenge, but although it takes time and patience, it’s probably easier than you think. Here I’ll take you through colourising a photograph in Adobe Photoshop. This is the image I’m going to use to take you through the colourising process: ‘Kansas Farmers’. Image via the Library of Congress PPOC I find black and white easier to work with than sepia, so the first thing I did was convert this. This is just my personal preference, and you don’t have to; work on the sepia if you prefer. 1. Make Sure the Image Mode Is Set Correctly Once your image is loaded in, you need to make sure the Image Mode is RGB and not Grayscale, even if your image is monochrome or black and white. Click Image > Mode and see that RGB Colour is ticked. Make sure your image is RGB 2. Start With Large Blocks of Colour Step 1 Use the Quick Select tool to select the sky or what would be the largest single block of colour in the photo. Use Quick Select to select an area that would be the same colour, like the sky…
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How to Colourise an Old Photograph in Adobe Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating The best-know movie adaptation of The Wizard of Oz is the beloved Judy Garland classic from 1939. In this tutorial we’ll be designing a tribute to the film and to the Golden Age of Hollywood with a movie poster that has a distinctively vintage vibe. Using both Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator, you’ll learn how to develop a vintage style in your poster designs, using graphics, textures, colors and typography. Suitable for beginner-to-intermediate users of the software, this is a great introduction to some of the key principles of poster design. Let’s get going and ‘Follow the Yellow Brick Road’ ! 1. …
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Design a Vintage ‘Wizard of Oz’ Movie Poster in Adobe InDesign
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll learn an easy technique to create your own custom sun ray brushes. To do that you’ll use different filters and color adjustments. These brushes are great if you want to enhance the existing light on your photos or add special effects to your photo manipulations or paintings. I’ll show you how you can create two basic brushes in this tutorial. After that you can play with different settings to create many more. Let’s get started! 1. Prepare the Base for the Sun Rays Step 1 Create a new document in Photoshop. Set its Width and Height to
Let’s go old school with recreating a time honored printing technique in Adobe Illustrator. With a modified photo texture, we’ll quickly edit any text to look like a wood block print text vector design, ready for whatever your digital needs may be!
What You’ll Be Creating Every magazine needs a contents page, but there are ways of making sure your layout becomes just as eye-catching as the magazine’s cover and articles. In this tutorial, suitable for beginners, you’ll learn how to create a full-spread contents page in Adobe InDesign , and pick up some tips for making your contents page layouts look beautiful, striking and ultra-modern. Want to create a fantastic print design you can show off to friends and family? Then let’s get started!
What You’ll Be Creating This tutorial was originally published in July 2012 as a Tuts+ Premium tutorial. It is now available free to view. Although this tutorial does not use the latest version of Adobe Photoshop, its techniques and process are still relevant.
What You’ll Be Creating Children frequently imagine mirrors to be something mysterious. “What if that isn’t really my reflection, but another person who looks just like me!?” It’s a fun and fascinating idea, that the reflected surface is really a window into an alternate existence. In this tutorial, that idea can be fully explored in a fun project that children and parents can work on together! This project is meant to be a collaboration between parent and child. Begin by planning out the project together, explain the idea to your child, and encourage them to come up with fun ideas for their reflection. My daughter wanted her reflection to be an explorer! And we…
Photoshop For Kids: Fun Reflections!