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20 Insane Comic-book Style Photoshop Effects

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Comic books and graphic novels combine two things every designer aspires to meld: real meaning and pure, unadulterated eye candy. Here we introduce 20 of the best ever tuts on using Photoshop to create stunning comic-book style art.

1. Give Your Photos a Retro Comic Book Effect

2. Drawing Comics in Photoshop

3. Create rainy comic strip effect

4. Comic Art Effect

5. Turn Photos of People into Line Art

6. Pop Art Inspired by Lichtenstein

7. Colouring Line Art

8. Super Hero Coloring Tutorial

9. How to Color in Photoshop

10. Advanced Cell Shading in Photoshop

11. Popular Comic Tutorial

12. Digitally Paint Comics Like the Pros

13. From Sketch to Vector Illustration

14. Comic Book Style Graphic Design

15. Creating a Graphic Novel With Photos

16. Comic Book Photos and Layouts

17. Sin City Style

18. Comic Effect Tutorial

19. Vector Comic Tutorial for Photoshop

20. Comic Style Painting

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