|07 July 2011||#43|
Originally Posted by les12520ms: pretty good and amazing!
i just want to know how does use brush to make this effect? like mark or...oil drawing?
in ps, i use default brushes but i cant to make this one.
This is a good question. I think everyone has different way and experience of applying brush strokes. I just share what I know from my own experience. Hope it useful to you!
I use the brush to dispose the details of the shading in the picture. Because the shading is not completely dark, it still has some details (albeit slightly blurred compared to lighter parts), yet if you depict a lot of details in the shade, your shade tends to jump out of the picture, so the right brush is very useful here. You can use it easily to add the symbolistic details, you just let it looks like something that you want.
For example, the following picture
You can see the shade of picture. Actually, I also cannot say what is detailed meaning of the brush? I just know it looks like some ancient rattans or Moisture streaks or rocky textures.Anyway, brush study is a process of discovering, you need to constantly try and understand it through trial and error.
By the way, I included an attachment of the brush that I used, you can try it~
Last edited by wangrui001 : 07 July 2011 at 04:42 AM.
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