Deco digital painting

 
There - I think it looks better now with these waves.

deco digital painting

Expose the colors by using this mini technique:

Apply a quick mask with black to white gradient to define the areas of the effect you'd like to apply.

deco digital painting

Apply the adjustment in this case.

deco digital painting

Then the final step on the graphic part:

deco digital painting

The plastic wrap filter: amazingly natural effect:

deco digital painting



deco digital painting

The
  
text part is easy to follow.

Just apply some phrases. I definitely think that text is absolutely needed in almost every Graphic design.

So fast idea will be to apply the big font on the top, and little, that has more space between the characters in the lower part.

deco digital painting

An effect to one or both fonts will be likable: just don't overdo with all this.

deco digital painting



deco digital painting



deco digital painting

Well I hope you found some interesting moments in this tutorial. It was a fun colorful adventure for me).

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4 Responses to "Deco digital painting"

 
critique Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingemptyratingempty Unrated
said this on 20 Aug 2009 1:11:13 PM MDT
this tutorial has a very attractive end product, but the steps are rather confusing. for example, after opening a new image it starts with "start to apply texture" ...WHAT texture? i suggest being more specific, say, letting the viewer know which brush to pick -if it is a brush that uses such "texture" being referred to. further confusion came about in the part that says "This overlaying gives these saturated colors:" and there were screenshots with no further explanation as to what is actually going on. i think the artist is way too much ahead of the viewer, he/she shouldnt think that the viewer is understanding his thought patterns right away, and should be more specific with whats going on. it just left me guessing from start to finish, and midway, i already lost interest in the steps. but, as i said, very nice end product.

 
raihan Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingemptyratingempty Unrated
said this on 22 Aug 2009 8:00:39 AM MDT
its good !

 
MADDY Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfull Unrated
said this on 26 Aug 2009 1:08:57 AM MDT
YOU ARE DOING GOD JOB KEEP IT UP !!!!!!!

 
katser Rating: ratingfullratingfullratingfullratingfullratingempty Unrated
said this on 14 Sep 2009 6:51:16 AM MDT
I agree with what Critique says - indeed the steps were very confusing in places. On saying that however, although the end result I came out with looked absolutely nothing like the tutorial example I feel that just enough information was given so that one could play around and be creative while still achieving one's own original result using the techniques shown - which is essentially what I want to be using photoshop for!




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