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CONS: * No control over ink flow. The ink comes out at a steady rate, which is great for writing, but doesn't provide the control I sometimes want for drawing. I have to periodically dab the tip on a paper towel to dry it off for finer work. You should also consider the Pentel Color Brush, an excellent brushpen that lets you control the flow of the ink by squeezing, but it's thicker and not waterproof. I use that brushpen a more because of its flow control. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Digital Painting Tutorials
Invasion Tutorial The first of three tutorials create by Alex Ruiz and reworded by Lloyd Harvey (with permission of course) for this blog. 1) Starting off in Photoshop and in greyscale, Alex created the character silhouette up close and roughly, not worrying about details at this point. Next he added a bluish green gradient, set to multiply and then started adding detail to the character.
Illustration Stats - Size: 36" @ 350 dpi, 640 mb CMYK File with 35 Layers / Illustration Time: 720 hrs. Adobe Photoshop CS-CS5 Painting Tutorials Photoshop Paths | Airbrush Tool | Basic Painting | Layer Masks | Color Management All Tutorial Text & Images - Copyright © 2011 KHI, Inc. Continuing from page 1 , once all of the line art was completed and converted to a Photoshop .psd raster file it was time to move on to the coloring and painting phase. The line art was exported from Adobe Illustrator into Photoshop using the "Export" function, retaining all layers and converting to a greyscale file.
When it comes to web and graphic design, Adobe Illustrator is usually the primary option to consider. However, the software package itself is a quite hard to learn — and extremely hard to master. Why I need to look any Illustrator tutorial?