Pete Harrison is a digital artist and designer from the UK, he go by the alias ‘Aeiko‘ which is his online creative identity. Some artists create with pens, others a paint brush, and today many more with a computer, but he is the only artist that renders his images with the deadly, but dazzling coloured illumination of his Jedi light-saber. Each stroke he summon by the strength of the force smears beautiful streaks of light across his canvas, until the end result is a frame filled with flashes and flares that burst from the depths of a deep black galaxy.
When I saw his work entitled “Global Warming PSA – time” on deviantART, I thought “Wow … this is the most creative photomanipulation I’ve ever seen”. You know who has created this great art? Right, he is Ferdi Rizkiyanto aka Pepey.
In this Photoshop tutorial, I’ll show you how to use mosaic technique in Photoshop to gather together a collection of images, place them all on one document and then blend them into a main image so they show through.
Inspiration can come from anywhere, and one of them is from seeing other people’s work. Today I visited deviantART and I’m very amazed by Erik Schumacher’s photomanipulations. Here I will show you these great works, I hope this will inspire us.
In this Photoshop tutorial we’ll use a Fill layer, a Gradient Layer Mask and a Warp to produce curly effect on the image. You can apply this effect to an existing image or you could apply it to a block of color that you might use on a sidebar on a web site for example.
In this tutorial we will create a typographic 3D with Illustrator and give a touch of Photoshop to create more realistic effect. We will create a text with the effects of stone stands beside ‘Tugu Jogja’ at night with a fairly easy technique. Here we will also learn about lighting techniques and use texture to create more realistic 3D effect.