2h 2m | 749 MB | Project Files: Included | Software used: Photoshop CC 2014
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll begin by discussing the usefulness of sketching thumbnails for potential forest concepts followed by blocking in rough shapes for the foreground, mid-ground, and background elements of our forest.
From here we’ll focus on refining the contours of these flat shapes so elements like trees, leaves and other visuals appear more natural in our scene. In addition we’ll also discuss the mood of the scene we’re wanting to establish and the color choices that will help reinforce this.
After blocking in our composition we’ll begin the process of painting and defining the form of various elements in our scene. Along the way we’ll explore how we can use both custom and default Photoshop brushes to help with painting various types of foliage to appear more natural. Finally, we’ll spend some time adding final details to unify our forest concept.
After watching this Photoshop training, you’ll have the inspiration to digitally paint your own forest concepts in a way that will save you time and help push and strengthen your creativity.
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