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How to Mix Hand Drawing Sketch With Photo

How to Mix Hand Drawing Sketch With Photo
Published on Wed, Sep-22-2010 by Ricardo In this Photoshop tutorial we will show you how to create nice unique photo effect from sketch and your photo. We will use many tools in Photoshop and also you will need some skills in drawing as to create this effect you will need to draw sketch. Also in this tutorial you will be able to learn the Photoshop technique how to use sketch and combine it with a real picture, as a result you will get a very unique and fantastic effect. So lets start to learn. You May Be Interested In The Following Posts Final Image Preview 1.Step Open a new document with (w:900px and h:1355px), and white background. 2.Step Now open your main image, in this case I used a image of a boy found in Crestock.com. 3.Step Now use a simple superimposition technique to draw some elements in the composition. When you are satisfied with the sketches, scan the sketches and open in Photoshop. 4.Step I used this texture of metal to form the background. 5.Step 6.Step 7.Step 8.Step 9.Step 10.Step Related:  Work Stuff

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