Here we have some of cool low poly illustrator and Photoshop tutorials to create low-poly portraits, illustrations, textures and game characters. In these tutorials you will learn different techniques to get that low-poly style that has been popping up around the web lately.
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Cool Low-poly / Geometric Art Photoshop Tutorials
Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is excellent tool for amazing Photo Effects, Text Effects and hot trend Low-Poly style artwork from simple to advanced makeovers and for fixing, editing great shots where the light, color balancing and sharpness need a bit of adjustment or where some elements need to be removed.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a WPAP (Wedha’s Pop Art Portrait) portrait in Adobe Illustrator, by the WPAP master himself!
In this tutorial Breno Bitencourt shows you step-by-step how to create a stylish low-poly portrait in Illustrator and Photoshop.
In this tutorial we will create a mosaic consisting of polygons. Free Scriptographer plug-in and our imagination will help us in this unsophisticated task. Have fun and enjoy our new Adobe Illustrator tutorial!
In this tutorial we’re going to talk about how to create an illustrated self-portrait in a geometric style. We’ll be using a photograph of ourselves as the base of the illustration, drawing a sketch from that, and then creating the final piece.
In this tutorial you will learn, how you can create your own low-poly geometric artwork using this magical app with some help from Illustrator and Photoshop.
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how you can take any image and use it as the basis for something cleaner and more stripped down.
n this quick tip tutorial we are going to create a geometric “F” in the shape of a flower with Adobe Illustrator. To do this, we are going to use some geometry, basic shapes and the Pathfinder panel.
The Low-Poly look is usually produced using a 3D software. But this tutorial will show you how to achieve a simple 2D version of it, using basic Photoshop and a really simple app, in order to create a nice Low-Poly text effect.
In this tutorial you will see how to create this cool, grainy work with a low-poly (a polygon mesh of a small number of polygons) twist. First we’ll create some vector portraits, then get texturing in Photoshop with self-made brushes.
In this tutorial, we are going to create a vector illustration of a paper bird by drawing and modifying geometric shapes in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll be working from a sketch to create a 3D looking paper bird and utilizing gradients to create depth.
In this tutorial your will learn how to create a cool low poly mountain illustration using vector paths. We’ll add gradients to simulate a 3D effect then take the design into Photoshop to polish it up with cool textures.