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The Complete Digital Comic, Part 3: Coloring in Photoshop August 24th, 2007 This is part three in my series of tutorials about creating comic art on the computer. Check out Parts 1 & 2 here: Part 1: Sketching and Pencilling in Photoshop Part 2: Inking in Illustrator This part will be about coloring your line drawing in Photoshop. Sundae de Elefante / Photoshop Photoshop is great at seamlessly combing photos to create an entirely new scene. In this tutorial we will create an elephant sundae using several stock photos. Let's get started! Resources This tutorial uses the following images but you are welcome to find alternatives for the ice cream and wine glass images. Step 1

Making Complex Selections in Photoshop Making precise selections in Photoshop is an essential skill that every designer needs. As a print designer, you will find yourself using selections to remove objects from their background to place within ads. As a web designer, you might extract an image and place it on a website with no background. The Complete Digital Comic, Part 2: Inking in Illustrator August 10th, 2007 This is part two in my series of tutorials about how to make comic book art on the computer. If you have not read the first part, Sketching and Pencilling in Photoshop, you might want to give it a look. Go ahead, I’ll wait… Ready? Okay, now that we have a nice and refined pencil sketch, it’s time to give it some ink.

Pintura Digital Avanzada en Photoshop 12th September 2011 at 09:09 14,285 views | Posted by admin in Adobe Photoshop, Digital Painting, Drawing Hey everybody I just opened up my store with some of my personal artworks at, and all promotion would be very much appreciated! How To Make Your Own Little Polarama Planet With Photoshop Technically called a Polarama (because it uses the Polar co-ordinate system), you can end up with a little “planet” when you wrap around a panorama photo – like you can see on the thumbnail to the side there. Today I’m going to show you how to achieve this effect in Photoshop. This is a quick and easy tutorial anyone can follow; even easier if you already have some panoramas to play with. No Panorama? Use Photomerge Start by taking lots of pictures that you’ll stitch together into a panorama.

The Complete Digital Comic, Part 1: Sketching and Pencilling in Photoshop August 7th, 2007 I recently received a request to write a tutorial about creating comic book art on the computer. Although I don’t work as a comic artist, I’ve always been fascinated by the process. So, this will be part one in a series of tutorials that will outline how I would make a comic digitally. This was a very fun experiment, and I hope all of you, even you non-comic artists, can learn something new by this series. And by all means, if there are any “real” comic artists out there with any input, please leave a comment on this post. Create Super Glossy 3D In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to create super glossy 3D typography using Illustrator and Photoshop. Let’s get started! Open Illustrator and create a new RGB document, 1000px by 800px, 72 DPI, and write your text in a nice big font. I've used Marketing Script size 234pt.