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What You’ll Be Creating Do you want to make your flat objects look more intricate and detailed? Follow this tutorial and learn how to create a stylish retro pocket camera, mastering the gradients for lights and shadows and using the built-in Adobe Illustrator swatches for a semi-realistic surface texture! If you enjoy creating flat-style objects with realistic details and would like to learn some new techniques about using and modifying basic shapes, mastering gradients, creating and applying textures, then I invite you to join the Creating Flat Workspace Elements for Advertisements course! From there you will
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed illustration of a double-decker bus in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create the main shape using several rectangles, basic vector shape building techniques and the Live Corners feature. Moving on, you will learn how to add subtle shading and highlights using basic blending techniques and some simple effects. Taking full advantage of the Appearance panel, you will learn how to create the detailed wheels using only one shape. Finally, you’ll learn how to create a simple background and a neat shadow below the bus. 1. Create a New Document and Set Up a Grid Hit Control-N to create a new document. Select Pixels from…
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Create a Double-Decker Bus Illustration in Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating Every season of the year has its own enchanting beauty! Autumn is one of my favorites: red and golden leaves, blue sky reflecting in the puddles, people walking in the rain with colorful umbrellas. Let’s get inspired and create a cozy autumn illustration with a cute girl in gumboots, holding an umbrella. We’ll be using various drawing tools of Affinity Designer and decorate our image with custom patterns. Let’s get started! 1. Create the Base Using Your Sketch Step 1 We’ll be using this sketch of a girl, which was drawn on a sheet of office paper, using a pencil, and then scanned. You can make your own sketch, or just click the right mouse button on the screenshot below and save it to your hard drive. Step 2 Create a New Document of 600 x 800 px size, RGB Colour Mode . Use the Place Image Tool in the
What You’ll Be Creating Creating cartoon versions of real-life objects can allow people to do the craziest things with perhaps the most basic designs, while exploring their creativity to no end! Cars are no exception to this way of working, and many zany ideas have been concocted over the years. In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple cartoon car, so you too can create your own twisted rendition of your favourite auto! 1. Set Up Your Document Firstly, in Photoshop click New ,
What You’ll Be Creating Sometimes we have limited options in the choice of art supplies at hand. It might be only a bottle of ink and one thin nib for a highly-detailed drawing with a variety of lines. Is a limitation like this a challenge, or a creative opportunity to develop artistic mastery? I’m going to show you how captivating it can be to draw with only one tool, and the boundless opportunities it reveals.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial we’ll be creating a colorful cartoon hot-dog van, going down the road and bringing yummy snacks! We’ll be using basic shapes and playing around with Blending Modes, adding semi-realistic shadows and highlights to our van to make it more glossy and three-dimensional. Let’s get started! 1.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create an emotional autumn scene featuring a dreaming girl. You’ll learn how to blend different images properly using adjustment layers, masking and brushes. You’ll also learn how retouch a model using basic Adobe Photoshop tools, enhance color and contrast, and create lighting and depth of field. Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial: Forest
What You’ll Be Creating Traditional painting by default is not very precise. The brushes are made for creating big patches of colors that may become details when observed from a distance. When you try to paint at a smaller scale using a tiny brush, it turns into a drawing. In digital painting the border between drawing and painting is quite blurred. In the end it boils down to one difference: if you’re trying to control the stroke, you’re drawing; if you want the stroke to be free and expressive, you’re painting. The problem occurs when you want to be expressive with your strokes and make them behave at the same time. It’s not possible in traditional painting, but in Photoshop we can do it quite easily, without overusing the Eraser Tool. Do you want to know how to turn a piece of line art into a beautiful painting and make the lines obsolete in the process? Follow me then! Tutorial Assets (optional) My brush pack Leather texture 1. Prepare the Painting Base Before we start painting we need to define the areas that the brush shouldn’t cross. If we didn’t do it first, we would need to control every stroke afterwards. By defining the borders we’ll force …
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How to Remove Lines From a Drawing: Convert a Drawing Into a Digital Painting
What You’ll Be Creating Finding the right textures for a 3D artwork can
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll show you the process of drawing a vintage camera and a cherry blossom twig, using sepia color ink liners, white ink pen and toned beige paper.