Playing with Displace Filter in Photoshop I have been playing a lot with the Displace filter in Photoshop and I still get impressed with how powerful it is. Even though I have written some tutorials using it, I decided to try to recreate a different effect that I saw in one of the images submitted for the Daily Inspiration. It was a brick wall deformed like it was made of cloth. So in this tutorial, or a quick-tips I will show you how to create a curtain made of bricks or how to deform a brick wall as it was a curtain. Step 1 Open Photoshop and create a new document. Step 2 Let's import another image, now of a girl opening the curtains. Step 3 With the Lasso Tool (L) or the Pen Tool (P) select the empty white. Step 5 Now select the hands/arms of the girl and the curtains. Step 6 Move the brick wall layer so it will be in front of the girl layer. Step 7 Go to Layer>Layer Mask>Hide Selection. Step 8 Duplicate the girl layer and delete the girl using the mask of the bricks wall for reference. Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14
Blood Siren Tutorial Here are the steps I took to complete the Blood Siren painting: Quick sketch to establish the composition. Detailed drawing. I block in all the major colors and lighting. I roughly add detail, trying not to get tied up on refined rendering. Here's a close-up of the face, to show how rough my brush strokes are at this point. I refine the details, and clean up the rough edges. I add the fog with a custom brush called "Cottonball" in Painter which I downloaded from Jinny Brown's Pixel Alley website. After posting this piece at art forums, I got some great critiques, so I went ahead and implemented some of the suggestions. Some close-ups of the finished painting.
Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Highway - Computer Graphics | Computer Graphics Hi all, my name is Stanislav Klabík and I would like to show you the process of making of my latest personal project named “Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Highway” 3Dtutorials.sk recommendation: To maximise the realism of your 3D characters we recommend using high quality human photo references from the #1 texture website www.3D.sk I really like the movie Heartbrake Ridge where Clint Eastwood play a really tough drill instructor who is in war with marine corps in his platoon so I decided to make a some nice portraits of him. Modeling I used a simple head model for the first modeling. New Topology Then I made a simple rig for the head and turned his head to different position, then I took this model to Mudbox and added all details like wrinkles, pores and etc. Final Head Simple head and facial animation
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25 Great Podcasts You Should Download | Fuel Your Motionography How to Draw Lips For a video version of this tutorial visit www.proko.com/how-to-draw-lips-anatomy-and-structure This tutorial is a continuation of How to Draw the Head from Any Angle. I will cover the basic forms of the mouth, some anatomical information, and the key information about the minor planes. Basic Forms One of the most overlooked ideas of the mouth is the cylindrical tooth cylinder underneath. You can see here how this inflated cylinder affects the surface forms of the lips: Major Planes Anatomical Information I won’t go into too much detail about all the muscles of the lips and their functions because that’s not the intention of this tutorial. is a great resource for anatomy. The red portion of the lips and the part directly above and below is called the orbicularis oris. Minor Planes The Red Portion of the Lips The top lip has three forms and the bottom lip has two. The forms of the lower lip are usually fuller then the upper lip. The Upper Lip Region The Lower Lip Region The Node Drawing the Lips
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