If you need an illustration and you don’t bear a time to learn to draw, Introduce you awesome photoshop action which encourage you transform your image **FROM PHOTO TO DRAW**!
Create detailed digital illustration for a few seconds! watch at this fabulous detailed lights and shadows. Create your posters, cards, t-shirts, packaging, book or magazines covers or just a website or blog pics with “From Photo to Draw” Action.
How its work:
– Add the patterns to patterns palette
– Load the actions
– Open the PSD file and play with it.
What you gain:
– 13 Actions:
– construct Illustration Soft – *soft contrast between light and shadows.*
– construct Illustration Medium – *more contrast between light and shadows, the colors are deeper.*
– construct Illustration Intensive – *super contrast and sharp image. Sharp lines.*
– construct Linocut Light – *linocut Soft effect give you more intensive lines, more white colors and details.*
– construct Linocut Medium – *exiguous bit more black spaces, and not so much more white lines.*
– construct Linocut dim – *more black spaces. Just few white lines, like a silhouette.*
– Apply Cutout 1 – *add this basic PS effect with my preset. First is more detailed.*
– Apply Cutout 2 – *Not much detailed, few colors.*
– Apply Cutout 3 – *Super minimalism.*
– Apply Film Grain – *Add this effect to ready illustration. It gives you icy retro effect.*
– Apply Pointolize Soft – *Soft grainy effect.*
– Apply Pointolize Grain – *More grainy effect.*
– Apply Posterize – *give you icy poster effect with limited colors. More detailed than Cutout.*
– 7 overlay textures gives you super realistic canvas or paper watch.
– 25 considerable impressionist paintings – Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh to match the colors of your draw. (PDF Manual included)
– PDF Manual.
This Actions only for Adobe Photoshop. Product goes for CC and CS6 versions. Anyway, you need to construct sure that your version of Photoshop support Oil Paint filter (CC) / plugin (CS). If don’t, you can find them for free here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2060869
bear a kindly time, folks!