Illustration tips: from gray-scale to coloring in Adobe Photoshop + Bonus | Milan Glozić | Skillshare

Illustration tips: from gray-scale to coloring in Adobe Photoshop + Bonus

Milan Glozić, Painter, illustrator, Designer

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7 Videos (22m)
    • Digital illustration and painting intro

    • Why go from Gray Scale in your graphic design?

    • Adjustment layers are our friends

    • Coloring the illustration

    • Enhancing your work

    • Using different Adobe Photoshop blend modes

    • Share your work and receive a bonus


About This Class

Whether you are an independent artist making conceptual pieces or a designer looking to develop painting and illustration skills for commercial work, this class will explore a method of painting inside the Photoshop that will help you do just that. Here we’ll try to develop your painting style and technique, give you technical walk through for transforming your design from gray scale images to fully colored artworks and show some helpful keyboard shortcuts.

You can follow this course by making your own gray scale image and then color it or use attached templates, whichever way works for you best. That way anyone will be able to take this class and easily follow along with my step-by-step instructions. What is important is to familiarize yourself with the process and paint.

I can’t wait to see what you guys create.

Finally, as a reward for finishing the class and leaving a project I prepared a bonus package. It contains resources for your future digital work.  





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Milan Glozić

Painter, illustrator, Designer

Milan was born in Pozarevac, Serbia in 1979. From an very early age he got interested in drawing comics, painting nature and inventing games that he could than play with his brother and sister. He graduated on University of Fine and Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2003.

He works predominantly in the medium of traditional painting, but his art includes digital illustrations and book covers. He has had solo and group shows in Belgrade at Progress Gallery, National Gallery in Pozareva...

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