How To Create Realistic Cat Fur
In this tutorial I will show you how to create realistic cat fur.
It takes some patience to get to the desired result, but eventually you'll end up with a super cute, furry kitten!
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create realistic looking fur on a transparent background that can be attached onto any surface you wish.
Feel the softness between your fingers as you learn to paint realistic fur. Grab your favourite sketching tool and draw your furry subject. Alternately, grab a sketch from the internet, or turn a photo into a sketch with our useful tutorial! If you’re drawing, make sure you show body parts through the fur, but that the fur is fairly thick.
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In this video training tutorial I will show you how to create a Fur Text Effect (or hair) using Photoshop.
Do you love photo realistic digital art, but lack the time or skills to produce epic digital paintings? If you answered yes, then don’t go anyway, this is the tutorial for you. Simply avoiding learning digital painting is a real shame, as it can teach you a lot about design, art and Photoshop, and can really help you better your understanding of areas such as lighting and perspective.
Artist Therese Larsson explains how to paint light glowing through fur with Photoshop layers. When painting digital light in fur I try to take advantage of Photoshop's strong light layer styles. By switching between Soft Light, Hard Light or Overlay and seeing what works best, I can effectively achieve that particular kind of glowing light that appears when light is scattered through and between strands of hair.
Let me show you how you can do this without molesting the cat, using Photoshop.