We have another professional Psd Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members today. If you want to take your Photoshop lettering and photo-manipulation skills to the next level, then we have an exciting tutorial for you. Discover how to draw natural flowing lettering with a tablet and then add organic imagery using photo pro manipulation techniques!
Learn Creative Lettering Techniques in this Psd Premium Tutorial
After experimenting with typographic illustrations, and finding myself still in the mood for something similar, I figured it was a good time to create an illustration based on lettering. With typography, you rely on a typeface that dictates the style of the illustration you want to make. The difference with lettering is that you do it yourself. It can be done with a pen tablet, so if you have one lying around, plug it in for this tutorial.
Lettering was something I was definitely interested in, but I also wanted something new and different. So I set out to make a photorealistic lettering illustration in this tutorial, rather than something purely vector, or something created through non-digital methods.
Precise and Detailed Instructions Inside
This tutorial is broken up into two parts, multiple steps, and has precise details that explain how to make this creative illustration. This is a time-consuming technique, but well worth the effort. You can apply it to create a variety lettering effects, but also to design custom foliage in illustrations, or entire realistic trees and branches. Plus members can Log in and Download! Otherwise, Join Now! Below are some sample images from the tutorial.
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