I am not student in Photoshop...my youngest daughter she is.
Anyways,Just want to share this:
"Old school manual sketch rendered in Photoshop"
(I remember last few weeks back, this is the same
exercise they did for Robot coloring)
This is not a great work, you can do much
detailed and outstanding work than this.
This exercise was given to my Generation-Z eldest Daughter
(whose taking Interior Design) to understand how to
use traditional & digital technique for presentation.
HOW WE DID THIS:
1. Big Idea.- 10 min.
My daughter planned a kitchen combined dining area
on a small piece of paper.And she wants it to be a
west indies kitchen theme.
2. ACAD Preaparation.- 10 min.
Bea prepares a draft plan intended for 3D exercises.
3. SKETCH UP - 10 min.
She prepares 3d files thru sketchup doing the push &
pull and inserting 3d models.
4. MANUAL SKETCHING - 30 min.
This is my part. I printed the selected view.
Lay over tracing paper on it and started to add information.
5. PHOTOSHOP Coloring - 15 min.
I took a snap on finished sketch and import it to Photoshop.
5.1 Copied the original file on another layer and change the mode
5.2 Created a new layer for my colors.
After I finished all the coloring, I group all the layers and I
renamed the folder"COLORS".
5.3 I merged all the layers and adjust the brightness and contrast.
5.4 Apply text for title and your signature.
Total time finished: 1 hour 15 min.
I hope somehow, lesson above helps and inspire you
to create something to share for.