Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this project overview Jason Seiler tells us how he achieved a super realistic look for this fantastic painting and walks us through every step of the creation process.
Working from a doodle he had done in his spare time see how Wanchana Intrasombat uses Photoshop to turn it into this wonderful digital painting.
With this tutorial you will learn how to create a piece of chocolate cake in Photoshop. We’ll be creating this cake using the Pen Tool.
Create this amazing broken egg illustration in Photoshop. This in-depth tutorial contains 50 steps to show you how to use shapes, gradients, selections, and more to create this artwork. A full resolution PSD is included with this tutorial.
Learn how to create a detailed colorful heart illustration. You’ll work closely with the pen tool, and learn how to light and shade your image correctly.
This is a basic tutorial and I will draw a cute rocket for all of you. The method I used is summarized in ordinary and I hope that I can share some experience to each of you and especially can offer some help for the beginners.
This tut goes into the detailed brushes, colors, and paint brushes to use. Basic portrait painting techniques covered including painting hair, skin, and facial features.
Learn how to take a drawing of a dragon and turn it into an amazing painting. This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop to create shapes from a hand-drawn sketch, apply shading, then finish it by applying color and texture.
This is Part II (Part I) of a walkthrough to my piece Too Bright to See, which can be seen here. This vexel took around 8 hours to complete, over 2 days. Moving on to the skin and features of the piece! The most important part. For this particular reference, I chose a darker mid-tone for my base layer.
In this tutorial we are going to create a photo-realistic egg shell and egg yolk from scratch, with basic photoshop techniques.
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