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Take a 10-minute recess every week and join Bert Monroy for a fun, self-contained project in Photoshop or Illustrator.
Learn how to create hyperrealistic cars, boats, and bicycles, like the ones featured in Bert Monroy's painting Amsterdam Mist, with Photoshop CC.
Watch digital painter Bert Monroy paint the natural elements—the trees, water, and fog—in his painting Amsterdam Mist, using the tools in Photoshop CC.
Join Bert Monroy as he creates a brand-new work of art—a castle on a desert cliff—using just a few ordinary images and the tools in Photoshop.
Learn how to create a cozy mushroom house that looks like it's straight out of a fairy tale, with Photoshop and a collection of ordinary images.
Follow along with the development of Amsterdam Mist, artist Bert Monroy's latest digital painting, and learn Photoshop and Illustrator techniques you can apply to your own artwork.
Learn how to bring new life to old photographs by adding color to black-and-white images.
Learn to use Photoshop brushes, patterns, and special effects to create professional-looking fashion croquis and costume illustrations.
Follow Erik Natzke, generative artist and principle designer at Adobe, as he draws on his experience as an artist to build applications that improve people's ability to be creative.
Discover how to paint and draw with Illustrator's powerful object-creation brushes, and warp, bend, repeat, stretch, scatter and distribute objects along a path.
Transform a portrait or family photo into a piece of art worthy of framing, in this digital painting tutorial.
The third installment of Bert Monroy's Dreamscapes series shows how to transport your photos into otherworldly territory, like an underwater coral reef, an enchanted forest, or even a menacing factory, all with Photoshop.
Learn how to set up and master your Wacom tablet in ways that streamline your work, expand your creative options, and lighten the load on your wrists.
Join Bert Monroy in the second installment of his Dreamscapes series, and learn how to transform your photos into incredible scenes filled with imaginary creatures, ancient ruins, and more.
Discover the natural media brushes and effects in Illustrator for drawing, painting, and adding expressive strokes.
Learn to think like a painter as you transform photographs into paintings using the latest digital artist's tools.
Take an unexciting photo and begin to transform it into an amazing dream sequence using compositing and painting techniques in Photoshop.
A concise guide to what's new in Photoshop CS6 for digital painting.
Covers the entire process of creating a digital drawing, from setting up a document and custom brushes to developing and fine-tuning the image itself.
Transform photographs into paintings using the latest digital artist's tools in Photoshop.
Work along with a digital artist as he uses Photoshop tools and techniques to create an electronic painting from scratch.
Bert Monroy shows how he created the hyperrealistic portrayals of the dozens of people inhabiting his painting, many of which he drew from real-life friends and family.
Shows the steps Bert Monroy took in Photoshop and Illustrator to create the lifelike detail in his incredible portrait of Times Square.
Digital painter Bert Monroy demonstrates how he uses the brushes, filters, and textures in Photoshop to create his photorealistic portrait of Times Square.
Use Photoshop's tools to create works of art from scratch.
Shows how to master the natural-media painting features in Photoshop CS5.
Unlocks the expressive power of the application by showing users how to modify brushes to create the perfect stroke or create custom brush variants.
A deep exploration of Photoshop brushes for the creative-minded.
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