Tutorial: How to merge multiple images, by Jakub Cezary Kaliszewski – Advent Calendar [11]

Now, imagine you're on your winter holidays and you take some beautiful pictures of an inspirational spot. Because you cannot manage to hit all the remarkable details in one image, you want to merge them later on. Well, with Photoshop you can do anything, so that should not be a problem, right? In today's tidbit you'll learn how (if you didn't know already). Meet Jakub Cezary Kaliszewski, a well known professional ...

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“Little Rebel” by Anita Andriskowski

We would like to present the wonderful short film "Little Rebel" by talented student Anita Andriskowski.    The film was completely designed, illustrated and animated with the new Wacom Cintiq 16 and Photoshop in 4K. The film is extraordinary for a work of a student just second semester.   A beautiful example of what can be achieved through intrinsic motivation, passion and talent with the right tools. The Cintiq 16 played a key role ...

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Photo Manipulation

What happens to a photo after it is shot?

If a photo has been taken of us, we just want to check our looks, maybe have another picture taken. But if we are the photographer, it is a whole different story. We just found out that one of our new staff members, Alice, loves to take pictures for fun and we asked her, to give us a short introduction into what happens, after a picture has been taken. So ...

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Mel Milton: Transitioning from Photoshop to Clipstudio Paint + Interview

 Mel Milton is one of our favorite artists out there. We really love the way he uses his Mobile Studio Pro  and the characters he creates. The one above is a speed up video of him attempting to transition to Clipstudio paint from Photoshop. He also talks a little about the hurdles and struggles as an artist. The next text is an extract from an interview to Mel Milton by our friends of URBAN ...

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Adobe Photoshop tutorial by Colin Smith: LANDSCAPE

In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, Colin Smith from PhotoshopCafé demonstrates the whole procedure of altering scene photographs with his Wacom Cintiq 16. The tutorial covers all the Cintiq specs and demonstrates the creation pipeline for photograph correcting and altering. "My entire workflow for editing landscape photos in Photoshop, I take a DJI drone photo and show exposure blending, dodge and burn, multiple Camera Raw, non-destructive sharpening and my entire advanced workflow, ...

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Photo manipulation tutorial and how to set up a Wacom Intuos Pro by Nemanja Sekulic

For this fun Photoshop and photo manipulation tutorial, we collaborated with photographer and 3D/ digital artist Nemanja Sekulic. Nemanja has been using Wacom for his work since 2007 and he is a professional in his field, so we hope his expertise and tips will help you. In this video, Nemanja explains - among other things - why the Wacom Intuos Pro medium is his graphics tablet of choice, how he sets up ...

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How to create a spooky Halloween photo in 5 steps by Laura Dajana Kroschewski

Here´s how to create a spooky photo of yourself beheaded by illustrator and retoucher Laura Kroschewski which hopefully will inspire you. Watch the video or read each of the 5 steps in your time below. What’s your Halloween look this year? Laura uses a Wacom Cintiq Pro for her work. Check out the new retail price Wacom Cintiq Pro 13. Find a costume and apply spooky makeup. Ask someone to take some ...

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Weird superpowers all artists (secretly) have

Haley Newsome, from the insanely popular YouTube channel, LavenderTowne, hilariously describes the strange superpowers that you develop after you become an artist (beyond the obvious super drawing power). Watch the video below and see how many of these superpowers you have!  Crabby Arm Syndrome Certain crabs have one claw that is vastly larger than the other, and while it doesn't often show itself in size, many artists notice that their drawing arm is ...

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Exclusive reveal and interview of HYBRID – a Dan Mumford and Luke Preece collaboration

My name is Jack Woodhams, the founder of Posterspy.com and I had the pleasure of chatting with Dan Mumford and Luke Preece about their newest project Hybrid. A project that fuses together both of their art styles in one collaborative piece. The piece was shared via the cloud where Dan and Luke would download the PSD and work on their segments. Both Dan and Luke are primarily screen print artists, a technique ...

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Print It! Back to the real world

So you’ve conquered the artist’s block, found inspiration and finished an illustration for a client who wants to pay for your work? Congratulations! Cartoonist and illustrator Andrew Rae says there is a one even greater moment in an artist’s life: holding the actual printed work in your hands. Check out the last part of his online tutorial series “Luck of the Draw”. Andrew uses a Wacom Intuos Pro pen tablet for ...

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