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Photoshop Creative

Photoshop Creative

No. 170

Photoshop® Creative is the perfect magazine for learning more about Adobe’s outstanding application. Each issue is packed with inspirational tutorials covering the whole scope of the software, from creative projects, to practical guides to using tools and techniques. Whatever you use Photoshop for, Photoshop creative will help you become a better digital artist. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

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Future Publishing Ltd
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erlingur.einarsson@futurenet.com One of Photoshop’s central features is the Brush tool. This wildly useful tool can help you with pretty much any project. Whether you’re creating a painter-like portrait from scratch or need to use the brush to touch up a photo project, learning how to make the most of the Brush tool can be immensely useful. In addition, you’ll find your usual great variety of inspirational tutorials, including a surreal city of books, a mesmerising ice-cave landscape, and a digital illustration made with the help of Google SketchUp alongside Photoshop. Also, we have our usual great collection of product reviews, interviews with artists, and stunning galleries to draw inspiration from. We hope you enjoy the issue! Free step-by-step tutorials online photoshopcreative.co.uk Join thousands of like-minded creatives search for photoshopcreative Tweet us your Photoshop questions follow…

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HDR Ready Control contrast and tamper with tone, using these actions So many brushes Splatter and spatter your work with this bumper pack of Filament in These quirky textures can be handy in a range of projects On the FileSilo this issue… • 610 Paint brushes • 500 Pen and pencil scribbles • 15 Filament textures • 5 HDR Pro actions = A total of 1130 premium assets plus hundreds of tutorial files Log in to www.filesilo.co.uk/photoshopcreative Register to get instant access to this pack of must-have resources, videos and tutorial assets The home of great downloads – exclusive to your favourite magazines from Future Publishing Secure and safe online access, from anywhere Free access for every reader, print and digital Download only the files you want, when you want All your gifts, from all your issues, in one place Get started Everything you need to know about accessing…

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readers’ challenge

We challenged you... In Issue 168, we challenged you to get creative with the set theme of Adventure. You were allowed to create whatever you wanted, so long as it incorporated the theme somehow. Marc Dhaeyer Jumping from God’s Window This is an image that uses layers, masks and a lot of blending. Adjustments were key in tying everything together to make it feel surreal, yet rooted in nature. Honourable mentions See some honourable mentions from this issue’s challenge at facebook.com/photoshopcreative…

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trending images

There’s nothing more inspiring than surfing the internet and seeing what other artists are creating, and we encourage you to do so. Here are some of our favourite pictures that caught our attention recently, from some of the world’s most exciting artists and designers. Jon Juarez harriorrihar.myportfolio.com During a trip to Iceland, I walked through some landscapes that seemed to be drawn, so I photographed them, but the images did not do them justice. Now that I have drawn them, I have a more faithful memory of that fictional reality. Rafael Varona www.rafael-varona.com This illustration was created in Photoshop CC following 7Up’s colour palette with different brushes, some of them made by myself. The background is a stone wall texture, which I altered with a Gradient Map. Diego Salas www.diegosalas.net This image was made using one product photo, and…

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readers’ images

Sylvia van der Velden Image of the issue This work was made with texture layers and layer masks. I changed the blend modes and added some curves and lighting effects. For the model I used only dark and midtone colours and made some layers for these. Bob Parsi I focused on the lion’s face and masked out the rest. Then I used gradients and brushes to colourise the face and outer areas. At the final stage I used various adjustment layers to make the colours more vibrant. Lakshmikanta Patra This is a self-portrait that I created in Photoshop. I used many solid colour layers, some adjustment layers and replicated my body parts with the Pen tool. It was kept simple for a vector style. Caroline Julia Moore I created this illustrated sci-fi image using a photograph that I…

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learn to draw with the brush tool

So you have Photoshop, you’ve downloaded some brushes, and you’ve checked out some tutorials on how to create digital artwork. But what if you’re not very good at drawing? Well, we’re here to help! Drawing is one of the simplest hobbies you can practise: all you need is a pencil and some paper. But some of us don’t have the natural artistic talent of being able to put down on a page what we visualise in our minds. Getting better at drawing is first and foremost a matter of practise – as with most skills – but to help you start off on the right foot, we asked our favourite digital artists for their top drawing tips. Over the next few pages, we’re going to be looking at some simple ways you…