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Members Area Tutorial: Create A Glamorous Digital Illustration With Photoshop

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Members Area Tutorial: Create A Glamorous Digital Illustration With Photoshop

Final Image

The result of this tutorial is shown below:

What You Will Learn

This tutorial is very in depth, and covers design techniques listed below:

  • Learn how to correctly extract your photos and images.
  • Learn how to work with blending options, adjustment layers and photo manipulation in order to retouch your subject and achieve a super sleek result!
  • Learn how to create custom patterns and integrate them into your work.
  • Learn how to create incredibly sleek lighting effects.
  • Learn how to work with a variety of masks, and master complex masking techniques.
  • & Much More!

Learn how to correctly extract your images, and achieve smooth, professional results.

Learn how to create your own custom patterns, and correctly integrate them into your compositions.

Learn how to build up a stunning multi-layered lighting effect.

About the Author:

Eric is a Graphic Designer, specializing in Print and Web Design. He's a graduate of the New England Institute of Art in Boston and has over 4 years of professional and freelance work experience. He lives in Brooklyn, New York working as a Graphic Designer and he has been featured in Advanced Photoshop Magazine, The Art of Fashion Art Exhibit and Artists In The Station Art Exhibit. Visit Eric's portfolio at

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  1. Photoshop says:

    Cool tutorial! First thing came to mind when I saw the output was adding some Photo Filter with something like warm color to get the vintage feel, then with some other stuff. That’s what I love about tutorials, there is always something new to learn.


    • Tom says:

      Yeah I can see this piece working with a photo filter, although I do love the current super sleek outcome too! I agree with you about the versatility of tutorials though, there’s always something new to learn, even if some classic/older methods are touched upon, they can often be applied in new and interesting ways.

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