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In this new tutorial, we will see how to create a comic-book style image for yourself based on a personal portrait photograph.
2D Artist Ejiwa A. Ebenebe shares her wonderful Photoshop character creation 'Snowfall' in this 3DTotal making of.
In this Tutorial I will share my experiences in creating a digital portrait of a woman.
A detailed Photoshop tutorial to create metal armor using a texture and some lighting and shading techniques.
Using Photoshop Dmitry Mitsuk shares with us his matte painting jungle landscape creation 'Thunderstorm'.
I started by a sketch. Then I added color ground.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to take a concept, develop it using linear perspective, then add in value and color perspectives, and then apply photographic references to achieve a realistic matte painting.
Yu Cheng Hong brings us the Making Of his character creation "Ruo”, which is taken from his collection of personal work and was produced using Maya and Photoshop.
By skilfully using the mouse, months of practice and hours of work and patience, you are sure to achieve considerable success
Screen-printing gives your designs fantastically rich colour and a quality of image that just isn’t possible with most other techniques – which partly explains why it’s become so hugely popular for designer prints in the past few years.
In this weeks tutorial I’ll be walking you through the process of creating a realistic wrinkled paper effect.
In this tutorial I’ll be walking you through the process of creating a Safe Illustration. We’ll be using a number of tools in this tutorial so there’s plenty to be learned. Lets get going…
Learn how to create a fancy Medieval Sword & Shield in Photoshop from scratch!
When creating comics, few artists stop at the pencil stage – most then pull out the inks for a more dynamic black and white look. Here artist Douglas Sirois takes you step-by-step through how to turn out a piece with a pencil-drawn look.