Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This tutorial is an example of how a few simple techniques can be used to create a piece of digital artwork using multiple layers, masking, the Brush tool, some basic lighting and one simple noise texture. Layered PSD file included.
Abstract Tutorials in Photoshop. Here is an inclusive collection of some of the most useful Abstract Tutorials. These Abstract Tutorials will guide you and help you to design and demonstrate your inner creativity through the stunning world of abstract art. These tutorials have been gathered through Google search.
Matte Painting Tutorials in Photoshop. This is a collection of some of the many magnificent Matte Painting Tutorials for Photoshop users. Matte painting allows you to create stupendous scenarios that cannot and do not really exist in real life. The following tutorials are great starters for those of us who are generally new to the idea of Matte Painting.
In this lesson, Ricardo Rambarran is going to demonstrate how to use color channels within specular maps to create masks inside of UDK. A cool tips for sure, so don't miss it!
In this tutorial we will create a vector drawing of the super-villain Megamind. Along with this, you will learn how to observe the “hidden” technical details a design needs to alter the audience’s reaction the way YOU want.
If you’ve ever wanted to make your subjects look small–like, miniature-toy small–you may have investigated buying a tilt-shift lens for more than $2,500. But there are cheaper options. This video gives a host of helpful tips for achieving an awesome tilt-shift style using a normal DSLR lens:
The image was taken in April 2010, during the most recent eruption of Eyjafjallajokull, an Icelandic volcano covered by an ice cap. Volcanic lightning–also known as a “dirty thunderstorm”–occurs when static charges are produced by rock fragments and ice particles colliding with the ash in a volcanic cloud.
The staff at the park said they asked for permission from the park authority, Tanapa, to feed Big Bird fish since he was unable to fish by himself. The Great White Pelican, unlike the Brown Pelican, do not dive for fish individually. Instead, they work together to corral the fish into a single area, then scoop them up into the large, stretchy pouches below their bills.
Shutter speed and aperture (f-stop) are the two main things we must concern ourselves when aiming for sharp pictures. Shutter speed is responsible for the amount of time that the shutter is open. Aperture is responsible for depth of field and the amount of light coming into the sensor.
When combining window light with any kind of studio light, you want to make sure that the studio light is daylight balanced so that it matches the outside light. Morgan uses the Photoflex NorthStar LED light coupled with a Photoflex LightDome to achieve this look.
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