Learning how to use Photoshop brushes will help you get the most out of Adobe Photoshop. Whether you’re a graphic designer, a digital artist, an illustrator, or just a beginner who wants to learn more, mastering all the features of Photoshop brushes will take your work to the next level.
Love comes in so many beautiful shapes and colors! In this tutorial, we’ll draw and paint a happy, colorful couple in Adobe Photoshop. We’ll also incorporate symbolism that references both the Transgender Pride Flag and the Rainbow Pride Flag.
Unicorns? Outer space? Why not both! In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’ll mix fantasy elements in an otherworldly portrait.
Afros are beautiful—and so is space! Let’s put them together in this galaxy-inspired portrait tutorial for Adobe Photoshop.
Photoshop brushes seem simple, but there’s more to them than meets the eye. In our new course, 10 Tips to Master Adobe Photoshop Brushes, you’ll learn some valuable tricks and techniques to help you get the most out of brushes and become a better designer.
Just imagine: a scorching sun, a clear blue sky, a cool breeze blowing in from the sea, and your favorite ice cream in your hand. Well, aren’t these the key ingredients for a perfect summer mood?
Mermaids come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. In this tutorial, we’ll walk through drawing and painting a colorful mermaid in Adobe Photoshop.
Photorealistic paintings are impressive, but they’re also very valuable for artists for one special reason: by painting one, you learn what reality looks like, so that you can later paint unreal things—people, creatures, and places that don’t exist—as if they were real.
For a long time, I was a big fan of using Photoshop for digital art. Sure, it’s software for photo editing, but it has brushes and colors, so you can easily use it for painting. It wasn’t until I gave some other programs a try that I realized how clunky Photoshop is in comparison to many cheaper alternatives designed specifically for digital art.
Procreate is my favorite drawing app available for the iPad.
Digital painting is quite tricky.You get the proper software and that’s it, you can start painting. Every tool, even the most powerful one, is within your reach. All the colors are ready to be used, no mixing needed. If you’ve just converted to Photoshop from traditional painting, it’s not that hard; you only need to find the counterparts of your favorite tools. But if you’re a beginner in both kinds of art, the start is a nightmare—the one in which you’re not aware you’re dreaming!
For this article in the international artist series, we turn to Austria, featuring six artists who create fantastic work, from cool 3D illustrations to graphic designs and more! I asked each artist how their country and culture inspired their work, and they delivered fantastic answers. Enjoy!
Love to stare up at the sky? Recreate beautiful, realistic clouds with this Photoshop tutorial.
Would you like to know how to create this breath-taking fantasy landscape in Adobe Photoshop? Join our new course, An Introduction to Digital Matte Painting, to get detailed step-by-step instructions in over two hours of video.