Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Illustrator Simon Cook uncovers the hidden gems of London’s iconic St Pancras station in this photographic collage
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.
Galactic space scenes are a popular theme for digital art, they’re packed full of texture and vibrant colour, which are two ingredients of an awesome design! Using Photoshop’s blending modes along with a mix of textures and brushes, let’s get lost in space and create an abstract cosmos poster design.
Don't go the wrong way teaches you how to create amazing photo manipulation techniques which you can use to create all sorts of cool images, this whitty tutorial focuses on a ship taking a wrong turn.
The beauty of being able to create fantastic photo manipulations is being able to transport yourself and those who view your work to new worlds and redefine ‘normal’. Sure, it’s a helpful exercise to great well blended realistic scenes, but with the power of Photoshop at our disposal why settle for realistic? In today’s lesson you’ll learn to start thinking about how to take ordinary photos and combine them into something exciting and out of the ordinary.
How to create a 3D pop-out using Photoshop.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to apply a burn effect to your photos in Photoshop.
Rob Shields walks you through the creation of an inspirational artwork that also reveals much about composition and lighting
In this tutorial I will show you an easy way to add some reflective fantasy water to an image and for a final touch I will add some fish jumping out of the water.
Use compositing techniques to create an elegant, dark Abstract piece with this Photomanipulation Walkthrough.
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