While a program like Illustrator is ideal for creating illustrations and line art, let’s face it, most people will use Photoshop instead. While I don’t necessarily agree with that, it is a fact. So we present a roundup of awesome illustration tutorials created with only Photoshop.
In this tutorial, writer decided to look into Photoshop’s vector capabilities, combined with gradients, layer modes, and layer styles to produce a great-looking, almost photo-realistic lighter.
Beautiful Glass Orb
The tutorial will show you how to make a beautiful glass ob, which contain the world inside. Like a magic ob, you often see in fairy movies. You could use this technique on various kinds of purpose such as creating water drop.
How to Create a Classic Guitar from Scratch In Photoshop
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to design a Classic Guitar. We’ll be creating each shape and effect used to make this in Photoshop. No outside images or textures are used. We will make extensive use of the Shape Tools, the Warp Tools, and various effects to achieve the final design.
You will be creating a chalkboard background, realistic board like on most chalkboards now-a-days, and some chalk text.
Turning a road into a stream with Photoshop is not terribly difficult. This project will turn out best if there is something interesting above the road to reflect off of the water that we will create.
Illustrate a Wooden Frame on a Wall Scene
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to draw a wooden frame. We’ll place a photo inside the frame, add some reflection and dirt to the glass, then place the frame on a wall. You can take your favorite picture and make it look like it’s hung in your home.
Diving – Making Of
Tutorial on how to create a amazing green leaf wallpaper illustration with froplets and spiders.
Go simultaneously backward and forward in time with this Steampunk tutorial. The main focus, aside from the style of course, is fusing elements from different sources together to create a cohesive whole. There are many tricks to this end and we shall be looking at light sources, shadows, and image grading.
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