Check out some of the most popular artwork that’s been rocking the internet over the last few weeks, and take inspiration from what’s currently trending There’s nothing more inspiring than surfing the internet and seeing what other artists are creating, and we encourage you to do so. Here are some of our favourite pictures that caught our attention recently, from some of the world’s most exciting artists and designers.
Photoshop is still the original software option when it comes to editing photos, and Slava really proves in this image just what it’s capable of. With over 700,000 views online, we’re not the only ones impressed with his work.
I was very inspired by the snow slopes and I took about 15 pictures on a digital camera that I borrowed from a friend. I really love bright colours so using a graphics tablet and a combination of overlay filters in Photoshop, I achieved a steep colour solution.
Pham’s work has been showcased by Adobe Illustrator for its beguiling, almost fairytale style. This is one piece that’s meticulously captured, and it’s been viewed nearly 25,000 times online.
Pham Quang Phuc
Photoshop helps me to transform my imagination to my illustration easily. I just used the Lasso Tool and some of my favourite brushes. I think when you understand your art, you don’t need many tools to make it.
With over 10,000 online views, Mirko’s city project has captured attention worldwide. Photoshop is a fantastic companion to Illustrator, and Mirko shows that here with his brushwork and colour adjusting.
London is part of a project called City of Colors. From sketch to Illustrator, I used Adobe Photoshop for post-production and details with custom dirty brushes. For colour correction I focused on gradients using layer masks together with the Curves and Levels adjustment layers.
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