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This is a simple Photoshop cartoon effect tutorial. In this video, I will show you how to create a Cartoon Effect In Photoshop. This is a simple Photoshop cartoon effect tutorial.
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Hi, Your tutorial is great and you are easy to follow however I end up with a totally different result.
It all goes wrong at oil painting effect. I noticed my defaults were not the same as yours so i copied your exactly. Still not the same
I wish I could attach it
I an using 2019 edition but everything is as you say in your video
How can I get up getting over this issue
It's a nice toturial, the problem is that it only works for 8 bit images. It's a shame that the photoshop don't allow this for 16 bit or 32 bit images yet. I really don't understand why most tutorials forget to mention the fact it only works if you change your image in mode to 8 bit instead of 16 or 32 bit ;)
If you have not done so already check out the following channel. Unmesh has some really good in-depth tutorials.
If you prefer a more traditional learning style a good book is the Adobe Photoshop CC classroom in a book series, you can find it on Amazon, or you can check your local library.
I hope this helps.
Yes, I am one of them. I am a computer scientist, in programming. I've been turning my spare time and interests in Ps, Ae, Premiere Pro, and even Blender. I can't justify a reason to make a monthly subscription to a software package if I'm not in the field of Art and Design. I bought CS6 and it's mine forever, until the monopolies and oligarchies make all my hardware obsolete. One day Microsoft will warn me that my computer will not update and it will stop working...
Not quite right. These settings work for THIS image, but not others. You might want a finer edge depending n the image's size or it's resolution (this image is 300 dpi). You might want a different squiggle from the Oil Paint filter and this is set in stone by the Oil Paint filter. It would be better to paint in those lines. The best you can do when doing it this way, is look at the tiny preview window (which is far too small) to get the number of lines you want and their tapers.
What's shown here is far too mechanical and it's not art. Art is created by the user, not algorythms. However, this shows how you can get there, but YOU have to decide what the posterization is and how the squiggles are shaped. I think that a lot of the time, the user will not be able to get what he wants unless he draws in those squiggles, and also adjusts the width of the outlines to suit the photo. Nevertheless, this shows you how to get there, but I think it best that the artist takes more control.
Also, this tube is old. There's a new feature built into Filter Gallery... Artistic/Colored Pencil. There's an option called Cut Out. You can turn this on along with Colored Pencil or just use Colored Pencil or just Cut Out separately. Play with these seperately or together. See what happens.
Lastly, you can color the outlines by using a clipping mask. Fill that clipped mask with any color and your black lines will change to the color chosen. You can even paint on this clipping layer with various colors so that the line is red in places, green other, or any combination you want that line to be, where you want it that particular color.
At least, this tube is a start and it's a good one. But remember this: Artists make art, not software algorythms. YOU have to make the art. Software has no eye for art. It's only a tool to get to art. This video introduces you to making dark lines and a false oil paint effect (that you should take control over so that it is created correctly for the subject you're working with).
One last thing: I don't want to drastically change a decently looking model, male or female, but you can pull that model out easily by chosing the bottom layer, then choose 'select subject', then copy that selection and paste it onto an empty layer that is on top of the rest. The result is fine model on an artistic background. That's art. The background is far less important so it doesn't have to be perfect, but even a little treatment with the oil paint and outline filters can make your subject really stand out.
This tube is a good starting point for all of this, but don't rely on the numbers used here. The tube shows you how, but you should focus on what your eyes tell you, not what the numbers are here. The tube is very helpful at getting you started!
This is a great tutorial, and the effect looks good. But when I use the poster edges it puts small black strokes all over the face and arms. The threshold command worked well in your example. But even with different values I couldn't get it to look like mostly outlines as your example. But it's still a great effect so thanks for the tutorial !
Very good video. Thank you for making it. The only thing i have to say is, on the step where you have to change blending, i would suggest Darken Color. That's what worked with me. I would suggest trying both.
I was referring to the video that you said you had in the description. During the current video you said that if it wasn't working, there will be a video in the description below and i don't see it. But I have seen other of your videos and I like them.
Exactly what I was looking for, sir, that was at a very good tutorial, set at a good pace to follow and you gave clear instructions along the way. I really appreciate how you have created a quick, simple and easy to follow tutorial that I will actually be able to understand and use in the futurel. Thank you.
It made the model have wrinkles that she didn't in the original though, drastically lowering her visual appeal.
To get rid of the "wrinkles" you could make a new alpha channel with the highest contrast, then using dodge tool to remove the unwanted lines. Then ctrl click on the channel to make it active and make it into a layer mask.
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