Photoshop Creative - - NEWS - Er­lin­gur Ei­nars­son Editor er­lin­gur.ei­nars­son@fu­turenet.com

When we’re cre­at­ing art, it’s im­pos­si­ble to work in a vac­uum. We al­ways take in­spi­ra­tion from things around us, whether it’s our en­vi­ron­ment, tech­nol­ogy, pol­i­tics, his­tory, or the work of pre­vi­ous mas­ters of art. And this is­sue, we’ll be fo­cus­ing on the lat­ter. Our big fea­ture this month looks at the works of a few of his­tory’s great­est pain­ters and shows you how you can take in­spi­ra­tion from them, their style and their tech­niques, to cre­ate your own time­less dig­i­tal art.

Among our ex­pert tu­to­ri­als this is­sue, you’ll learn how to trans­form a dull city scene into an at­mo­spheric com­po­si­tion (p44), cre­ate a beau­ti­ful pen­cil sketch (p38) and com­pose a stun­ning, real­is­tic win­ter land­scape. In ad­di­tion, we have our reg­u­lar great range of El­e­ments tu­to­ri­als, pro­fes­sional re­views and in­sight­ful in­ter­views. We hope you en­joy the is­sue!

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