Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the bush, part of Creating Commercial Illustrations.
In this movie what we're going to do is we're going to look…at this little plant here, this tiny little plant.…Plants can have all kinds of effects, right?…But creating the plant is the one thing.…Let's start a whole new file here and that's gonna be good…right there, that's a good size.…Now, creating plants is something I started doing…really early in Photoshop.…In fact, some of the brushes that I created for plants…are part of Photoshop, right here.…These three right here, what I call my dunegrass, grass,…and my maple leaf, those three are mine.…
And I have azalea brushes and all kinds of stuff…mixed up in these batches here.…But I've been creating brushes for a long time.…And basically that's what that little plant is,…it's a brush.…What I'm going to do is I'm going to come in here and create…the basic shape for that and I'm gonna just go in here…and click and drag, Option, bring it back up,…Option, click and close, right there.…There you go, see that shape right there?…That's the kind of leaf that I need for that plant.…
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- Adding realistic lighting
- Adding a wood texture to flooring
- Creating metal grills, bolts, and buttons
- Creating a cutaway view
- Adding shadows and reflections to glass
- Colorizing artwork
Skill Level Intermediate
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