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Report article RSS Feed "Concept Art with Photoshop - Weapons" released on design3

The first in a series of concept art tutorials has been posted on design3.com

Posted by Noesis_Interactive on Apr 27th, 2011
Basic Concept Art.

This concept art tutorial will show one method of creating a prop illustration in Photoshop. We will begin by creating a flat silhouette of the object in black. Then by using a combination of gradients and clipping masks to establish lighting and values, we will flesh out the silhouette into a rendered weapon. After the object is rendered in grayscale we will show methods of adding color, and tips for creating artificial lights.

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