Used images: Cloud [link] Landscape [link] Moon [link] Sky [link] Branch [link] Tree [link] Stars [link] Create a new document in Photoshop 1200*1600px. Apply Gradient Overlay effect to the first layer. Use following adjustments: Insert Sky image. Add layer mask.
I have been playing with the Halftone filter in Photoshop for the past few weeks and trying different things we can do with it. I also discover the Width Tool in Illustrator CS 5 and it was a great surprise because now we have much more freedom when playing with strokes. So with these two things in mind I decided that I had to create an image using them, and then the idea of a design inspired in Roy Lichtenstein. There are quite a few tutorials showing how to create this type of image, but I decided to try it myself.
Published on Wed, Sep-01-2010 by Wojciech Hello, in this tutorial I’ll show you how to create an amazing colorful web blog layout using Photoshop. In this tutorial we will use only basic tools, like rectangle tool, gradient tool, layer styles, therefore this tutorial will be the good start point for web develop beginners. A result will be a professional web layout that you can convert to WordPress blog theme. You May Be Interested In The Following Posts Final Image Preview
When we have our canvas size we need to set the background color. I chose warm brown color. In the middle illustration I used soft brush on a new layer to set the source of light. Now duplicate layer and enlarge a little bit. After that we need to add more contrast so I used adjustments layers. Color balance, levels and curves ...
Preview You can click on the image below to see the web design in full scale . Tutorial Resources PSD Template: 960 Grid System Texture: Rust Texture: Scratched Metal Stock Photo: Sunset Stock Photo: Sunflower Stock Photo: Baby boy Stock Photo: Bokeh Font: ITC AvantGarde Font: Helvetica Step 1: Set Up the Photoshop Document Create a new layer in Photoshop (Ctrl/Cmd + N) with dimensions of 1200x910px.
Preview Click the image below to view it in its full size . Tutorial Resources Step 1: Create a New Document Start by creating a new document (Ctrl/Cmd + N) in Photoshop.
In this tutorial I will show you how to use one of the latest vectors pack from Grafpedia to create a clean and appetizing food blog layout in Photoshop.
In this Photoshop photomanipulation tutorial , you’ll learn how to take a stock image of a person, turn them into a statue using various texture mapping methods, and then how to superimpose this statue into an incredible scene. You’ll see how to handle various stock images of various colors and lighting, as well as how to work with a variety of photomanipulation techniques. You’ll also learn how to work with custom brushes, textures and shapes. If you are looking for more photomanipulation tutorials , check out these tutorials: Tools Used:
Welcome to another PSD Box tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to turn a free stock image into a beautiful manipulation. You will learn how to manipulate light and how to create beautiful realistic shadows.
Step 1 In this Step I have provided all the links to the sources I have used to make this image. Sources :- 1.
Create a Dark and Mysterious Fantasy Portrait In this tutorial we will combine several stock images, adjust color, use retouching techiniques as well as make and control custom brushes to create a dark and mysterious blue portrait. Final Image As always, this is the final image that we’ll be creating: Step 1 Open the background image from the resources section for this tutorial and crop it.
Step 1 Open a new project 1800 x 1700 pixels at 300 pixels/inch resolution. Step 2
How to Create Dramatic Sci-Fi Photo Manipulation in Photoshop Reviewed by Jarka Hrnčárková on Sep 19 Rating: Preview of Final Results
Photoshop is an excellent tool for manipulating photographs but it can also be used as a means to create stunning digital art. This tutorial is part of a 25-part video tutorial series demonstrating everything you will need to know to start producing digital art in Photoshop. Digital Art for Beginners, by Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor, Martin Perhiniak will begin by teaching you how to draw in Photoshop.