Here’s something I just cob-bled together. It was a-maize-ingly fun and I have a veritable corn-ucopia of Photoshop brush tricks to help you add texture to your illustrations. If you’ll lend me your ear I’ll show you how!
Here’s our illustration. It looks pretty good, if I do say so myself, but a little flat.
In this tutorial I will take this guy from “Plain Grain” to “If I Only Had a Brain” in a few easy steps! We will be focusing on texturing his body with sack cloth, adding padding to the scarecrow and bird’s nest with straw and adding a grain to the fence between Scarecrow’s field and the Yellow Brick Road.
OK, enough with the corny jokes—let’s get texturing!…
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