Leaving wallpaper - Cartoony look

 
Hello and welcome in making - the leaving wallpaper tutorial. I will basically use my paint skills. I also want to stay in that cartoony look. So let's start the tutorial.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

First create a new document.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

A good and fast way to fill a background with colors is airbrushing - actually it is all about soft edged color gradations so the gradients will do just fine. I'm playing with colors here: create several layers and overlay them with gradients.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

The top gradient mode - is screen because I really like the light source to be on the top.

So the next thing I decided to do - is to apply a texture - because a really had no much experience with textures I guess. I have here some of my rock textures- high resolution images.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Change the mode to linear burn so we can see our layers that are beneath and add a layer mask (black). Oh ea and the overall layer's opacity is set to about 70% too.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Not to get that tony look all you have to is to lower the quantity of tone gradations. I've decided to do it by applying a Cutout filter to my texture layer.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Flip the image vertically so the lightest part is on the upper part.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Now I will paint the characters - these funny creatures).

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Some on the far - note that the further the object is the more contrast it loses, so pick up the color that is lighter.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Now,
  
one on the foreground - pick a dark tone.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

The nearer the character is the darker it should be, but it also has to pop out from background. Actually the value definition is one of the hardest parts of the painting process I guess.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Use soft edged brush with flow set to about 3% or 5% to make that light more intense. Do this on a separate layer.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

As it is a soft edged brush it will probably cover the areas you don't want to be covered. Use Lasso Tool to create selections and the tapping delete. It is actually easing thing out -you can also use plain eraser if you confident enough that you will do this straight.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Drop some highlights on the characters too.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Almost forgot that for the nest step you will need to define one of our characters as a brush.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Settings:

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

So use our brush, making the creatures are going into the light.

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look



leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

Well and this is it. Thank you for reading this one: more tutorials to come on eyesontutorials.com

leaving wallpaper - cartoony look

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4 Responses to "Leaving wallpaper - Cartoony look"

 
rahul malik Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfull Unrated
said this on 05 Jun 2009 2:16:49 AM MDT
excellent

 
Kamrad Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingempty Unrated
said this on 05 Jun 2009 7:42:06 AM MDT
How did you paint the creatures, and make them look so crisp?

 
JAKE Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingempty Unrated
said this on 10 Jun 2009 3:47:00 AM MDT
just use hard edged ( a little bit edge torn ) brush

 
clippingimages Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingempty Unrated
said this on 19 May 2010 2:46:16 AM MDT
wow!! thanks for the post.........




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