We have reached one of the most important months in history: Black History Month. Let’s create an amazing collage together to celebrate this month.
Today, we will be learning how to create a goldenstitched effect using just a handful of images and default brushes. We will utilize color palettes, adjustment layers, and textures to their fullest extent to create a striking piece of black, white, and gold art portraiture.
Can you imagine traveling the wilderness on the back of your faithful animal companion, going on a fantasy adventure together?
Today,wewill becreatingan 80s-inspired poster featuring a pair of glowing neon devil horns!Wewill not onlycreatebrilliant vivid lights by combining different Layer Modes and Adjustment Layers, butwewill also use those same techniques to develop shadows toshowhow versatile theyreallyare.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a dreamy scene featuring a calm forest with a glowing lantern using photo manipulation techniques in Adobe Photoshop.
I have always been a fan of Japanese art, so I decided to merge two styles together: Afrofuturistic and Japanese. I hope you will enjoy this.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a vintage collage featuring a beautiful woman. I will also teach you how to retouch the artwork in Adobe Lightroom.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a dramatic night scene. You’ll learn how to combine several stock images into a cohesive scene, increase the depth, add rain using rain brushes, paint raindrops, make dramatic light and color, and more.
In this tutorial we will be learning how to envelop a model in shards of shattered glass, thus developing a surreal fashion-forward image!We will be masking fur, painting using only default brushes, and tapping into the full potential of Blending Modes and textures in this advanced level tutorial.
Weddings are a magical time of love and romance, so celebrate your new journey with a creative photo manipulation!
You can turn your selfies into cool digital art! And working with your own portraits is a fun way to learn more about Adobe Photoshop.