In our last installment, the photo manipulation is finished. Learn how helpful groups of layers can be!
In Part Two, we learn how to create a complex layer mask with minimal gnashing of teeth.
The thinking process behind creating a photomanip is this week’s topic.
CGArena.com has published my new tutorial about how to paint realistic wildlife with Photoshop.
Learn how to apply a texture to your image. Turn your subject into a sculpture with just a few layers.
The conclusion of a 2-parter, showing how to paint a photorealistic cat.
What are those little lock symbols on the Layers palette? Darn useful, is what they are!
In the third and last installment, we look at how we achieve a rugged look for our Viking with Topaz Adjust.
In Part 2, we complete the corrections to the exposure, using a Neutral Gray Overlay layer.
Put away that Dodge and Burn tool! Learn some non-destructive methods for correcting lighting problems in portraits.