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Create Andy Warhol Style Pop Art - Lady Ga Ga [Photoshop CS5]

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In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to create Pop Art in the style of Andy Warhol in Adobe Photoshop.
For this example I chose Lady Ga Ga
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Hello and welcome to this video tutorial in this tutorial I'm going to show you how to create pop art in the style of Andy Warhol for this example I have chosen to use Lady Gaga as you can see here our end result will closely resemble a work by Warhol of Marilyn Monroe there is no quick solution filter or button you can press to acquire this.

Effect in Photoshop what I'm about to show you are the few simple steps that I took to get from this original image to the Warhol effect here on the right so let's get into it so the first thing I'm going to do is create a new canvas file new and I think I'm going to go for a a full landscape so I'm going to create an a for canvas let's make that 150 dots per inch resolution and let's rotate the.

Canvas counterclockwise and I'm going to come over to my layers number to grab that original image of Lady Gaga and paste that on and I'm simply going to resize this image to a suitable size that looks okay to me now before we start to add color effects we're going to need to prepare this image pop art was originally created using a screen print process so we are going to need to.

Create the illusion of this by creating high contrast between the white and the black here is one I prepared earlier as you can see there is a high contrast on the hair and on the facial features this is a good base for which we will use in future to add the color later so how are we going to do this let me show you so we're going to come back to our original image and we're going to start by making.

This image grayscale come up to image mode grayscale and we're not going to flatten that just yet so the image set to grayscale we're going to duplicate the layer and we're going to call this layer hair and we're going to rename the layer underneath face and we're going to start with the hair layer we're going to use the levels we're going to come to image adjustments and levels and what.

We're going to do we're going to alter the contrast here we will be focusing to get the right effect on the hair so I'm going to come over to the level controls and we're just going to tweak the hair just to push up that contrast okay let's let's look for that here we go now we're getting some really nice contrast on the hair there as you can see so just going to tweak that a little bit further so we.

Got our desired effect now you can see why we created the separate layers because creating the effect we want on the hair has made the face and the rest of the image all dark that is not what we want so once we are happy with the hair we can come over to our layers panel and we can toggle the visibility of this layer to reveal the layer underneath next we're going to come to.

Our face layer click on that face layer and we're going to go to image adjustments and levels and we're going to change the levels of the face to push up the contrast and get the desired effect so again let's tweak our options here and what we want to try and do is break down some of that detail in the face get a nice contrast in the face let's just above this.

Have a look and yeah I think I'm happy with that and again as you can see using the levels as we have done on the face layer you can see there's not a lot of detail on the hair so again that's the reason why we went and duplicated that layer now once we are happy with both layers it's time to blend them together so let's come back over to our layers panel.

And toggle the visibility of the hair layer bring that back let's bring our canvas a little bit bigger so we can see what we're doing and let's start to delete some of that information from the hair layer and blend these two together so I'm going to click on the hair layer I'm going to come over to my menu and click the eraser tool and let's get ourselves a bigger brush we can toggle.

The size of the brush by pressing on the keyboard and we can start to delete this information underneath as you can see here so let's get rid of that stick around here as we can see just around the hairline there it's not looking particularly natural I'm going to come over to the brushes I'm going to choose a gritty brush I'm just going to boost that up and I can start to blend that in.

A go it looks a little bit more natural and there is our pop art base now as simple as this process is this is pretty much the most difficult part to create the pop art once you've got a good base for your pop art the rest is easy now we are ready to start to take this forward and add the colors now in Photoshop the key to creating the same Warhol effect is to use the blending layer options for.

Example let's start with the foreground okay so I'm going to come over to some colors that I've prepared earlier I'm going to select this orange here come back to my image before we do anything I'm going to come over to my image and mode and just change it back to RGB and don't flatten that that is going to enable us to use the image the colors on the image rather come to my layers panel.

I'm going to create a new layer I'm going to call this for ground ok then I'm going to come over come over to my paint bucket and let's fill the whole layer ok now you can see the whole canvas has turned orange now if I come over to my layers panel and I come up to the top where my layer blending options are and click on the drop down and click multiply you can see the effect the.

Color seems to reveal all that is black on the layers beneath and this is pretty much the process we are going to use to add all of the colors to our pop-up so next I'm going to come over to my layers and I'm going to create a new layer and I'm going to call this hair and I'm going to toggle the visibility of the foreground so it's out of sight for now and what I'm going to do is I'm going to.

Select a thick brush let's come over and select a thick brush let's make that a little bit you go here and maybe a little bit more I'll do for now and whoops undo that command Zed and I'm going to come over to my colors again and I'm going to select this yellow my reference and I'm going to start to color in the hair and I'm just going to come around like so as.

You can see right now we have just just a block of color on top and just going to speed this up so you don't have to watch me do it all you and once I've colored my hair again I'm going to come up to my blending options and I'm going to select multiply and with that hair layer sorted I'm going to create a new layer called.

Face okay and again I'm going to toggle the visibility of this hair layer let's just get out the site for now I'm going to come over to my colors and select a skin tone I prepared earlier and again with the brush tool let's increase that size I'm just going to draw over the face and there it is don't worry about being too neat and accurate at this stage as.

We can do this later once we have done this again we're going to come over to our blending options and click on multiply so next we're going to toggle the visibility of this layer and bring back the foreground what we're going to do now is we're going to select this layer and we're going to start to delete some information from this layer to reveal the layer underneath.

You and you'll end up with something that looks like this now next we're going to need to lead to delete the hair section this is easy as you can simply toggle the visibility of the hair layer and we can use the magic wand to select everything outside of the hair layer and if we come to select inverse and come back to our foreground and simply press.

Delete everything has been deleted now what we can do here is just quickly neaten up some of that area that and that is looking quite good and if we bring back our face layer by toggling that visibility we can see that there's a little bit of work that needs to be done to this layer to get rid of the overlapping colors you.

And we have our color layers all finished and ready last we need to color the lips and eyes and we almost done so like before we are going to create two new layers we're going to call one layer lips and the next layer we're going to call eyes and we're going to focus on the lips quickly let's zoom right into the lips and I'm going to check out the face layer and I'm going to use.

Selection tool just grab the lips they're going to come to image adjust brightness and contrast and just boost the contrast are those lips there that's going to look a lot better when we put our color on top of them to come over to my colors and quickly grab my red reference and selecting our lips layer with the brush let's bring that down a little we're just going to go ahead and.

Draw on and with our lips fully colored in we're going to come up with to our layers panel and again click on the blending option and click multiply and straight after we're going to quickly click on the face layer then the eraser tool just quickly get rid of that pink face so we got ourselves some nice white teeth there and finally we want to create.

Those eyes so if we come up and I'm going to come to my color reference and quickly select the blue come over and with the eye layer selected now grab a brush and just boost it up a little bit and just go ahead and draw on top of the eyelids and again coming down and click on multiply and with a little zoom out there is our finished pop art image now there are more effects you can add to.

This image to enhance the illusion of the screen print by adding some text to the foreground image and I'm going to be covering this in the next video and I'll also be showing how to create that classic Warhol poster where there's multiple images in different colors so if you wish to see that click on the next video now the link is in the description or you can click this button.

Right here well I hope you enjoyed this video tutorial have fun guys and I will see you next time


Dxnnis • 6 месяцев назад
Where can i find the original photo
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Gedde McKnight • 1 год назад
I'm in school right now
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Geo Season • 1 год назад
You talk too much! Just make a point! GZs
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Alfie Edwards • 1 год назад
even though this video is what I need to know, the presenter of their illustrator series we were forced to watch in school was such an arse hole, i only clicked to dislike the video and leave.
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Riley Wright • 2 года назад
i like trains
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Kevin Celis • 2 года назад
that strawberry though looking like a...
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Ronnie Warner • 1 год назад
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Tristan Paparella • 2 года назад
Thats Pretty Good!
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redman10pk • 2 года назад
hahaha i get it
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Cindy Jefferson • 2 года назад
heyyyyy if your watching this in 2016 hit like.
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Tristan Paparella • 2 года назад
end it all
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Aldrin Devassy k Devassy • 2 года назад
Intrestin tutorial thanku
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cassi • 2 года назад
While this tutorial is somewhat helpful, it wouldn't hurt to verify that you actually understand the concept that you are trying to teach, because your end result was a bit sloppy and didn't seem very professional. Also, this design could of been achieved much more easily by using layer masks. If you are going to make a tutorial, it would be best to use the most effective and simple methods for the sake of the viewers.
(Just as an unrelated side note, you might also want to rethink your logo, bruh.)
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cassi • 2 года назад
+Andrew Wickham Lol thanks, man. I really appreciate that.
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The Strategic Lab • 2 года назад
+TastyTuts | Creative tutorials by Gareth David. Forget what he said dude, You have nearly 3000 people that apreciated your video and only 79 that didnt. POTATO FRICKLE = GO F YOURSELF He is contributing what he knew at the time which is more than I know so i find it helpful.
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TastyTuts • 2 года назад
+ᑭOTᗩTO “ᖴᖇIᑕKᒪᕮ ᖴᖇᗩᑕKIᑎG” ᔕᕮᑎᑭᗩI Hey, Cheers for your comment. This is a mega old video. One of my first, almost 5 years ago now. If you check out the channel you will see it’s come on a long way since then. I have listened to feedback. and will probably take it down in the near future, when I redo it with layer masks. Can’t believe I did not use layer masks! ha ha Old school!
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space man • 3 года назад
First of all: Perfect tutorial!
Good demo material - excellent result - professionally explained.
I watched many other tutorials resulting in "wanna-be"-Warholish trash.
This one leads you right to the point - I was able to create a fantastic Warhol Style Pop-Art picture 50x50cm that exceeded all what I had expected to be ever able to create myself in reasonable time.
Thanks a lot!
To some critical comments below:
Certainly I used Masks, adjustment Layers for the Levels, adjustment Layers for the hue - separate for each color layer - to have maximum control over the resulting colored composition. I user groups and many more. And i am absolutely sure, the author also knows all these techniques - probably much better than I do myself!
BUT: This all is not subject of the tutorial!
In my opinion, one part of the excellent Job the author did was to NOT use all this techniques in the tutorial because this makes it unnecessarily complicated and obscures the view to the vital parts of the process to create a realistic and professional Warhol-Style Pop-Art picture! If you can do it right at the first try, applying the level for example to the original picture is fine (as shown in teh tutorial). I HAVE to use an adjustment layer since I do not get it right the first time and have to adjust and adapt later.
My final words: Thank you a lot for the tutorial - you did a great job sharing your skill with the rest of the world!
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Austin Barrett • 3 года назад
Interesting tutorial but you need to gain a greater understanding of photoshop fundamentals.
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lifeofbob • 3 года назад
The process probably could've been a lot shorter if you used clipping masks instead.
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bob bobob • 3 года назад
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bob bobob • 3 года назад
Ello Guvna
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Rudolf Eremyan • 3 года назад
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TheBMR1989 • 3 года назад
I absolutely love this tutorial! Very clear cut instructions and easy to follow step by steps make for a very happy designer such as myself. Thank you!
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Mason Brockman • 3 года назад
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JCBattle League • 3 года назад
The Mediafire link isnt working >_>
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Mimi Gunn • 3 года назад
Fantastic tutorial, thank you! x
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