the photoshop experiment

how it is I do whatever it is I think I do.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

blue horns: the new demo

Haven't got a chance yet to write notes for this new demo yet-- hopefully tomorrow.
In anycase, here's the new piece. A goat. With blue horns.


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[one note: below is the pencil drawing watercolored for texture + a little photoshop multiply for some extra values]














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11 Comments:

  • At 3/16/2007 12:45 PM, Blogger Kimberly Robello said…

    Cory, I love your work and TPE because I'm just learning Photoshop on my own. Does your artwork ever go bigger than the standard size that a scanner can scan? If so, do you have a bigger scanner or do you scan the artwork in sections and then piece it together in photoshop?

     
  • At 3/17/2007 1:23 AM, Blogger jbjose said…

    Wow. Great work!!! Keep it coming!

     
  • At 3/19/2007 10:37 AM, Blogger Cory said…

    We've got an 11x17 scanner here, but before that I'd scan work in pieces and stick it together.

    Thanks, jbjose!

     
  • At 3/26/2007 6:20 PM, Blogger IdiotApathy said…

    Welcome back!
    Yay.

     
  • At 5/28/2007 4:46 PM, Blogger Daddy-O said…

    Hey, great blog. I just found it from Creative Dad Type's blog. I'm looking forward to more!

    James

     
  • At 6/14/2007 6:49 PM, Blogger 638 said…

    Keep 'em coming. Loving them lots.

     
  • At 6/15/2007 3:21 AM, Blogger DODY said…

    hello Cory this is my first time to see that blog and really I liked it and also make me wanna try to do something with photoshop as I never used "Old PC" haha!!
    Anyway these stuff are Awesome Cory thank u for share!

     
  • At 8/20/2007 9:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi, Cory. Nice tutorials.
    I've tried whith the multiply/soft light technique you've explained. It worked;) first i painted a color layer, duplicated it and the with replace color command changed the softlight the hue and lightness values of the layer. not all the colors of the second layer allow the effect. seems the complementary colors are more effective.
    I have some questions to you: how do you select the colors (the color palette) to your work? what color mode and color profile do you use?
    greetings from Mexico

     
  • At 8/21/2007 9:17 AM, Blogger Cory said…

    To anonymous: I generally work in RGB with a CMYK preview, and then convert everything to CMYK in the end (for print)

    I don't use any particular palette.

     
  • At 8/22/2007 1:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    thanks a lot for the comment, Cory.
    Best wishes!

     
  • At 10/25/2007 7:04 PM, Blogger macus romero said…

    thanks a lot for all the demos you posted here!!! I love photoshop but I just know the basics!!
    congrats for your work!
    :)

     

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