How to Draw Photoshop Tulip Flower

Posted: March 11, 2009 in Designing programs, Photoshop tutorials

Today i have visited Alriyadh Book Fair , and i bought a story with the name  ( The Black Tulip ) written by Alexandre Dumas 

i didn’t read the book yet , but i like it because i like tulip flowers , and this book make me choose this lesson for u friends .

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Here I will teach you about How to Draw Photoshop Tulip Flower

Lets read & understand of the following steps

[1]-First of all open New Document of Custom size, Height & Width 500×450 pixels, Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color

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[2]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool

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[3]-Now fill the selection with any color & then select Burn Tool Pun443-how-to-draw-photoshop-tulip-flower3 & create the following Shading with the help of
Burn Tool & Dodge Tool

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[4]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following Shape with the help of Pen Tool & then right click select Make selection

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[5]-Now fill the selection with any color & then make the Duplicate Layer with the help of Ctrl+J & after that press Ctrl+T
& click select ‘Flip Horizontal’ & then press ENETER. your image should look like as shown below

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[6]-Now select Burn Tool Pun443-how-to-draw-photoshop-tulip-flower7 & then create the following shading with the help of Burn Tool & your image should look
like as shown below

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[7]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of Polygonal Lasso Tool

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[8]-Now fill the selection with any color & then create the following shading with the help of Burn Tool

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[9]-Now select Brush Tool & use the following Brush & settings

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[10]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following Grasses with the help of Brush Tool

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[11]-Now Open New Layer & then fill the selection with ‘000000′ color & then go to Filter>Render>Lighting Effects & use the
following settings

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[12]-Now Blende Mode of this Layer should ‘Linear Light’

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[13]-Now your image should look like as shown below

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[14]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following selection with the help of Elliptical Marquee Tool

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[15]-Now fill the selection with ‘ff0000′ color & then go to Select>Modify>Contract use the following settings

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[16]-Now your image should look like as shown below

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[17]-Now go to Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur & use the following settings

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[18]-Now Blende Mode Of this Layer should be “Color Dodge”

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[19]-Now your image should look like as shown below

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[20]-Now select Brush Tool & use the following Brush & settings

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[21]-Now Open New Layer & then create the following Stars with the help of Brush Tool
Thanks for read this Photoshop Tutorial.I hope U have enjoyed & the Final Output of this Tutorial is shown below

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