Matte painting is a technique that filmmakers use to create backgrounds for scenes that can’t or don’t exist in real life. In the early days, matte paintings were actually painted onto glass. Today, modern filmmakers use digital applications such as Photoshop to produce the backdrops that they need.
Today’s tutorial will teach you how to created a flooded city and destroy buildings and structures. This tutorial will focus on the destruction of New York, which seems to be a favorite amongst filmmakers.
* Program: Adobe Photoshop
* Difficulty: Beginner
* Estimated Completion Time: 1 Hour
Let’s get started!
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Yah, we said lasers! This year, at Adobe Max, Photoshop Guru Russell Brown showcased a new way to paint using Photoshop CS5, and yes, laser beams.
This technique uses lasers to engrave an image onto a canvas made of solid wood and then, using a high quality flatbed printer, print the color image onto the carved wood, leaving the creator with an eye-popping 3D version of the original image; which is frankly, amazing!
Let's have a look into it!
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Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming?
Here's a little video tutorial that will help you clear some things out regarding color modes in Photoshop.
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