Unlimited PS Actions, graphics, videos & courses! Unlimited asset downloads! From $16.50/m

Next lesson playing in 5 seconds

Cancel
  • Overview
  • Transcript

1.1 Introduction

Welcome to An Introduction to Digital Matte Painting. In this course you’ll learn how to create a seamless fantasy landscape using the techniques of digital matte painting and photo manipulation. You’ll go through the process of creating a digital matte painting using classic techniques in Adobe Photoshop, from editing and composing an image to finishing a fully photorealistic painting.

To follow along with this course you’ll need Photoshop CC and a good understanding of the fundamentals of Photoshop.

Related Links

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 01:25

Free Lesson
1.1
Introduction
01:25

2.Adding Images, Masking, and Blending
3 lessons, 33:49

Free Lesson
2.1
Base
10:19

2.2
Masking Techniques
15:57

2.3
Blending
07:33

3.Constructing the Sky and Architecture
2 lessons, 26:37

3.1
Sky
10:11

3.2
Architecture
16:26

4.Finishing Touches
5 lessons, 55:21

4.1
Technical Checks
10:39

4.2
Refinements
12:17

4.3
Blending and Color
12:29

4.4
Light and Other Adjustments
08:32

4.5
Final Touches
11:24

5.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:47

5.1
Conclusion
00:47


1.1 Introduction

Welcome to this brand new course on digital matte painting. My name is Ed Lopez. I'm a digital matte painter at NBC, and I have more than seven years experience in the digital matte painting field. Today, we will be creating a fantastic landscape digital matte painting. Sharing with you techniques and tips that will take you fast and easy through the whole process. Before you start on with this course, let me tell you that this is not a basic Photoshop course. So if you require the knowledge of the basic Photoshop tools and such, it's better for you to go onto Tuts+ and find some other courses that cover all these basic tools and Photoshop. So you can later on come back to this course and finish it off. Throughout this course, we use a Wacom tablet all the time, either for painting directly on the image or to the different masks we use. It's most highly recommended that you get a Wacom tablet. Doing this with a mouse is quite difficult, and you will never get the same results. Let's go and get started with our course on the first lessons.

Back to the top