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What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a set of detailed balloon pattern brushes and how to use them to create a neat text effect in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating Fan art is one of the most interesting subjects in the creative world for me today. It is very surprising how many great artists in recent years have gotten themselves noticed by producing fan works of popular shows and movies.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a Batman-inspired artwork using a variety of photo-manipulation techniques in Adobe Photoshop. We’ll use sky and wall images to create the base scene at the start, and then blend them together using adjustment layers, masking and brushes.
What You’ll Be Creating If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s coming towards summer! In celebration of the hopefully milder, warmer weather, I’m going to show you how to create a portrait from a stock image, using summer colours, in Adobe Illustrator. This is an advanced tutorial, so previous portrait/vector knowledge is assumed. If you’re needing help with creating vector portraits, why not check out my many Tuts+ Courses or consider using Tuts+ Experts for one-on-one tutoring.
What You’ll Be Creating Shading with colors is not an easy thing. All those hues with different saturations and brightnesses can make you dizzy! Black and white, in this case, should be much less complicated, but that’s not true at all. If you want to learn how to shade very dark and very bright objects, especially in terms of living creatures and realistic lighting, keep on reading! A Little Bit of Theory As you have probably heard, white objects are capable of reflecting all the light hitting them. Black objects, on the other hand, are unable to reflect any light at …
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How to Shade Black and White Realistically in Digital Painting
What You’ll Be Creating Advertising is everywhere, and it’s possible that it will need to crop up in your pixel art world. So today we’re going to find out how to turn a regular image into its isometric pixel art equivalent by making a billboard ad. Please refer to the pixel art character tutorial before doing this one. 1. Dimensions Let’s first do the billboard; this will be our canvas-within-a-canvas for most of the actual work. We’ll use the character to define the height of our billboard post. Step 1 Four times the character’s height seems tall enough, and anyway this would be easy to adjust later on. Step 2 The width of the post we can set to about as …
Create an Isometric Pixel Art Billboard in Adobe Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating When browsing the tutorials here in the Design & Illustration section, you’ll find a huge base of educational content written by many authors from all over the world. Some of the names, though, tend to appear more often than others. We are Team Awesome—we support the site wholeheartedly, providing tutorials and articles on a regular basis. We decided to step out of the shadows and tell the world about us by promoting the brand of Team Awesome. And, to mark the occasion, we’re also teaching you a few things about how it’s done! Today I’m going to show you the process behind creating a mascot for Team Awesome. You’ll see how we’ve eliminated some of the ideas, and…
Design and Draw a Mascot for Team Awesome
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a city destruction scene. You’ll learn how to destroy a city by adding broken, damaged elements and blending them using adjustment layers, masking and brushes.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a colorful plastic balls text effect in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed barbed-wire pattern brush and use it to create a nice text effect in Adobe Illustrator. You will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create every piece of your barbed wire. You will learn how to create pixel-perfect shapes, how to add subtle shading and highlights using basic blending and vector shape building techniques, how to work with blends and strokes, and how to save a simple graphic style.