26 February 2012

Even more!

In this post I'm going to show you two really sick tutorials. I'm not the author, but I really have to show you these, as well. So, this is how they look:

Create amazing cosmic-inspired scene in Adobe Photoshop CS5

They look pretty good, don't they? You'll be amazed how simple they are.

So, the first one is called: "Use lighting effects to make a beautiful artwork" by ART-D.

Create amazing cosmic-inspired scene in Adobe Photoshop CS5

This one is really cool. It'll take more time to make, but that isn't a problem, at least for me. So, the steps themselves aren't really difficult, pretty much the basics. You will use some patterns, layers with colors brushed on them and brush strokes, which are not really complicated. Anyway, when you use them all together, you get a photo like this one, a fascinating and a really interesting photo.
The tutorial has 2 pages, but the steps are detailed and you shouldn't have a problem following them. I really look forward on taking this tutorial when I get the time.

The second tutorial is " Create amazing water-drenched photomontages " by Nik Ainley.

This tutorial's outcome is pretty sick. This might also take a few hours of your time, but that's not a big deal. In this tutorial, you'll have to manipulate a lot of water splashes and stuff like that, so, if nothing, you'll get more familiar with the transform tool and the channels pallet. The tutorial has 6 pages of simple steps which are easy to follow. If I get a cool stock for this tutorial, I'll try it as well.

So, these were the tutorials. If you decide to try them out, post the outcomes in the comments, I would really like to see them. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
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  1. I really enjoy learning new things in Photoshop, so I am going to follow your blog and keep an eye on it.
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  2. very good, i shall have a look at the first one.