Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie The Hateful Eight has been highly anticipated by film fans. During the build up to its launch a series of movie posters were released that were made using one of the free design resources , show how you can use them, along with some other techniques to create your own Hateful Eight inspired movie poster design.
You can create a digital collage to combine your own drawings with stock or found art, photos and scanned textures into a single illustration, that has more interest than just flat colour, and without each element looking stuck on or out of place.
how to create dynamic racing photo manipulation in abstract world. If you are interested in not only repeat this photo manipulation, but also learn how to create such an abstract rendering then you should read my tutorial “Create colorful abstract glossy render in Cinema 4D” on this site. Today I’ll tell and show you how create a “Racing vertical” artwork starting from the creation of stage and finishing with effects. Work with a variety of tools, filters and adjustment layers. There will also be described in detail the creation of light. realistic shadows and reflections, a lot of interesting effects, creating a harmonious composition and much more! Read this tutorial and immerse yourself into the world of cyber racing!
how to create a playful fantasy scene with a split water surface effect. I will also be showing how using complementary contrasting colors can bring depth to an image.
how to animate a character walking in place. Basically you will be creating a walk that loops infinitely, so if you were to incorporate a walk like this into a movie, perhaps the background would be scrolling from right to left behind the character to give the illusion of forward movement.
A walking character is one of the most important things to learn as an animator. Animation is all about creating the illusion of movement. One of the things that characters do the most to get around and move is walking!
how to create a deconstructed image using a pattern made out of cubes.
The idea is try to simulate a mosaic but with a more abstract and up-to-date interpretation.
The technique is pretty simple and the whole tutorial can be done in less than one hour – though feel free to keep experimenting in order to create your own realisation.
In this tutorial we are going to create a 3D isometric map made from combinations of a few landscape photos. No 3D software is used in this project—we are going to use only Adobe Photoshop.
how to quickly and easily create a unique poster using abstract rendering and many interesting effects like lightning, glowing lines and police tape. And all of these effects you can create your own in Photoshop. Read this tutorial and see how easy it is!
Learn how to create this fantasy photo manipulation of a pirate house scene set in warm scenic dreamscape with Photoshop. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create rocky mountain using photos of rock and stones, combine ruin of castle to create dramatic pirate house in the dreamscape with warm vivid lighting. Throughout the tutorial, you’ll learn techniques that are very essential to create better photo manipulations.
In this tutorial we will create an eerie floating island photo manipulation by using your vast imagination and the mighty power of Photoshop.
Today’s video tutorial is perfect for photography fans and anyone who enjoys working with motion graphics. It’s an interesting effect that takes a static photograph and brings it to life with subtle movement, often referred to as 2.5D, or the parallax effect. The effect makes use of Adobe Photoshop to cut out an image, then uses the timeline feature to convert the still picture into a video. It works by clipping the image into different areas, then adding subtle movement so that the foreground and background move at different rates to create a slow motion panning effect.
In this tutorial we’re going to recreate the magic of the film and create a fun poster with vintage appeal. You’ll learn how to recreate the retro look using typography, texture and color, and how to edit a full-color photo to give it that 1950s poster look.
Here’s what I will be covering:
- creating a rough background to draw the focus to the characters and create a light source
- rendering the characters using three textured brushes from the Gouache & Acrylic Photoshop Brushes
- showing tips and tricks of blending modes, masking and layer effects
- a little chat about colour choices and brush stroke economy—getting the brushes to do most of the work for you!
This tutorial will also include a low-resolution, smaller version of the .psd with just the flats and sketch so you can have a go on your own!
Today we’ll be creating a sprite sheet for a fancy bird-like creature for video and mobile games, using various tools and functions of Affinity Designer. We’ll go through the full process, from outlining the sketch to coloring and creating a set of poses that can be used for animation
3D text effects can be created in many different ways, but Photoshop’s 3D tools and settings are a fun way to do it. This tutorial will show you how to play around with the material textures and settings, as well as the lighting, to create a shiny wrapped text effect.
This tutorial will show you how to use a couple of layer styles and texture images to create a very easy, 1950s-inspired, chrome text effect.
create a text effect in Photoshop inspired by this theme. To create the animal hair text effect we’ll use the fur creator which is a free Photoshop action.