Bamboo frog Digital Painting

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Bamboo frog Digital Painting

  1. 1. BAMBOO FROG Digital Art, Illustration, Painting, drawing Digital Painting in 49 hs. SOFTWARE: Photoshop CS6 + wacom bamboo create pen and touch Inspiration: WACOM FANS
  2. 2. DRAW #1 Drawing on paper frog #2 Define lines and where are the shadows #3 Create shadows with pencil and blend with your finger
  3. 3. DIGITAL PAINTING PHOTOSHOP PANTONE #4 Create the pantone paint, use a picture as a reference     > FILTER / Pixelate / MOSAIC (CUBE SIZE 52)     > USE THE DROPPER TOOL to select     > Paint colors on a new layer
  4. 4. #5 Create a brush   > New document of 500 x 500 px    > Design your brush    > Convert brush
  5. 5. #6 PAINTING > New Layer Paint the drawing with our pantone
  6. 6. #7 Paint the brightness > New Layer > white brush, opacity 15%
  7. 7. #8 Paint the shadows > New Layer > black brush, opacity 25% #9 Mix colors to improve the quality > Mixer Brush tool HUMIDITY 50% LOAD 60% MIX 100% FLOW 100%
  8. 8. #10 Creating the background > New Layer > Using a cloud brush, your choice > use pantone colors that make contrast with the main drawing #11 Equalize colors frog with background
  9. 9. #12 Create shadows of the frog on the pencil > New Layer (under the frog) > Black brush, opacity 44%
  10. 10. 3D EFFECT #13 > Copy half, the background #14 > Gaussian Blur 9,0 px
  11. 11. #15 Create line where simulated image delete > New Layer > draw lines #16 create PATTERN > New Document 500px x 500px 300dpi > paint squares ( PATTERN.jpg) > define PATTERN
  12. 12. #17 Applying, line effect (#15) > Superposition of PATTERN Fusion Normal Opacity 100% Scale 100% TEXTURES #18 Create textures in the frog > New Layer > Use brush to your choice afterwards, try opacities and effects in the layer (textures)
  13. 13. Iván Pawluk Digital Artist / Photography / Design Rosario / Argentina ivanpawluk@hotmail.com Advanced photoshop: http://www.advancedphotoshop.co.uk/user/ipawluk Website: http://www.ivanpawluk.com/ Fcebook: https://www.facebook.com/PawlukIvan Twitter: https://twitter.com/ivanpawluk
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