Photoshop Matte Painting in Easy Steps

Comments (39)
  1. Bill Brown says:

    Many of the links for resources do not work. So I gave up on trying to do the tutorial. :-(

  2. kuldeep says:

    i loved it………………

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you,youre awesome

  4. aadi says:

    I can’t not see your all works how can see your all works please help me and give me some trick how can improve my photoshop work I loved it your all work god bless you I hope you will rply me soon …………….

  5. masktao says:

    Step 44 -45 not clear, can work fine

    1. Photoshop Tutorials Editor says:

      Thanks for the comment! I agree with you that it can be confusing and I think I know why. In the previous step, your foreground color is probably black because you were painting with black. Set it back to white before you start Step 44.

      After that, use the Freeform Pen Tool and draw the lines like shown in the image. Right-click on any one of the stroke and click on Stroke Path. Select Brush from the menu and make sure “Simulate Pressure” is turned on. If the highlights are too thick/thin, undo the previous step, select the brush tool, and change the brush size & hardness. Then redo the “Simulate Pressure” step. keep doing this to get the right stroke – sometimes it takes a few tries.

  6. Prakash says:

    Very Nice Work

  7. m.ramesh says:


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