Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a science fiction photomanipulation in Photoshop. First, we’ll start by creating a futuristic style city, followed by adding in our main character, and then lastly, we’ll add some combat elements to it.
In this series, we will explore the cosmos from the perspective of this fictional civilization making their way through the universe and will demonstrate the techniques that you can use in Photoshop to depict your own cosmic scenery.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create an awesome abstract signature in 11 easy steps.
In this tutorial I will give you an example of how to create a movie teaser poster. It will show you how to draw a mask for your character using the pen tool , blend modes and textures.
In this Tutorial I am going to show and guide you through all the steps meticulously to create a surreal night photo manipulation.
This tutorial will teach you how to achieve the Bokeh Effect in Photoshop, The Bokeh Effect is simply semi-opaque shapes (usually circles) over an image/on there own. In this tutorial we will be using a photograph of your typical forest, and improving it by adding this mystical effect we call Bokeh.
Today’s tutorial, Part 7: Blending is Fun will explain how to get to grips with layer blend modes. Let’s get started!
Create beautiful glowing flowers in easy steps.
Create an abduction scene above the cityscape. This tutorial explores combination of different blend modes, manipulating lens flares, and displacing lines, to create that extraterrestial inspired sci-fi scene.
In this tutorial, Sakke Soini guides you step-by-step through the process of creating this cool old school sci-fi poster image, based on Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. The tutorial includes tips on all the ageing effects you’ll need to make your poster art look as though it’s been in a garage for the last 30 years, not created on a computer in 2008.
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