Sketch. Up 3. D Rendering Tutorials by Sketch. Up. Artists. This model was drawn in Sketch. Up and rendered in V- Ray for Sketch. Up. What I am trying to achieve in this tutorial is a nice simple watercolor effect using my image editor, in this case Photoshop.
Step 1. Take your raw rendered image from V- Ray and bring it into Photoshop. In Photoshop copy the Layer by duplicating it. Duplicate Layer Step 2. With the copied Layer active, go to Filter> Filter Gallery and select the Dry Brush Filter. Input the following values; Brush Size 8, Brush Detail 4 and Texture 1 and click OK. Apply Dry Brush Filter. Step 3. For the sky background I used the Brush Tool to create a manual stroke style.
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On a new Layer, use a Soft Round Brush with the Opacity reduced to about 7. Alternatively you can import a sky image and apply the Dry Brush Filter we used in Step 2. Apply Sky Background Step 4. On a new Layer create some reflection in the glass.
Use the Brush Tool and brush it on manually. Then reduce some of the Layer Opacity. Tip: The Burn and Dodge Tool will help create some values in your colors while using your watercolor brushes. Add Reflection on the Glass Step 5. Next create some extended lines running out from the building on a new Layer, as shown in the image below to create a nice sketch effect.
Extended Lines. Step 6. Now at this stage in order for me to create a better watercolor image, we need a lot of landscape foliage.
In the image below you can see all the plants I used in this image. Use actual pictures of plants. You can Google these images or a good free source for plant images is the Facebook account called Sketch. Up Texture (And don’t forget to say thanks for all the great free content they share). Entourage Images. Step 7. To create this watercolor effect to the plant image, I started with the color tree image and duplicated the Layer, calling it the Shadow Layer.
Then with the Shadow Layer active, go to Image> Adjustments> Hue/Saturation (Ctrl+U) and input a value of - 1. Lightness field to make a pure black color. Make sure this black image is placed under the color image of the tree. Create Shadow Layer Step 8. With the original color image on top of the Shadow Layer and active, go to Filter> Artistic> Watercolor and input the following values; Brush Detail 1. Shadow Intensity 1 and Texture 1 and click OK. Next gently erase some areas of the color Layer to allow some of the Shadow Layer underneath to show through.
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Reduce the opacity of the Shadow Layer down to about 8. Finally create a new Layer on top so we can add some maple leaves brushed on using foreground and background colors for added effect. Watercolor Technique for Tree Step 9.
This is the image with all the entourage (made using the same technique as in Step 8) in place and shown as numbered. Duplicated and scaled as needed. Image with Entourage Step 1. After completing the same procedure in Step 8 with all your entourage we carry out the final step. Duplicate all your Layers and Group them.
Select all the other Layers and merge them (Ctrl+E). With your merged Layer active now go to Filter> Texture> Texturizer.
In Texturizer select Canvas for Texture, Scaling 7. Relief 3 and Light Bottom Left. Texturizer Settings. Final Image. Final Image. Thanks for reading this tutorial and I hope you found it useful.
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