Graphic and web designer Fabio Sasso is best known for his Photoshop artworks and tutorials. Founded in 1997 Digital Arts is part of IDG, the world's leading technology media, events and research company. Isolating and changing the colour and appearance of your paint stock layers is easy when using colour adjustment options.
In the end, you’ll be able to integrate your paint stock seamlessly, creating believable looks using these Photoshop tools. Use the dropper tool to select a red colour, set Fuzziness at 200 and use the plus dropper to select a deeper red, so we get all the red tones.
Pull Fuzziness back a bit, so the background in the preview is black again rather than grey. Solid colour  backgrounds can be removed by using the Magic Wand tool to select them and then hitting X to delete. Once the final look of the paint layers is established, begin to edit the existing lighting. This is a collection with free lens flare and optical flare textures that you can use in Photoshop to create amazing light effects.


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Another Photoshop texture that is really used by digital artists is for sure the old paper texture. Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe Photoshop, Creative Suite and Illustrator are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. He is also co-founder of Zee, a web-design studio and runs a hugely successful digital arts and creativity blog, Abduzeedo. In this tutorial, Fabio Sasso shows you how to put a fresh, stylish spin on lighting effects. With the Eraser tool (E), start hiding areas such as the eyes, mouth and hair, all of which contain important detail. Use Black and White for the gradient colour, then change the blending mode of this adjustment layer to Soft Light. Change its blending mode to Screen and then, with the Brush tool and a very soft brush, paint a big pink spot in the upper right of the image. Paint over the orange areas with the same orange to create a sort of light leak in that area.


The one I’m using, of pink and blue spotlights, is from Shutterstock and can be found here. Change the Type to Noise, the Roughness to 100% and select Restrict Colors and Add Transparency. The whole effect is now complete, though it’s up to you to keep experimenting with different combinations and colours. These are not lens flare brushes so you will have to use the rather different than the brushes. Of course, something that looks simple isn’t necessarily easy to create, but here Fabio guides you step by step through the filters, gradients and blending modes that will bring a classy edge to your art.
Adjustment layers always have masks, so with the Brush tool (B), select a very soft brush and paint with black over the subject’s mouth. That way you will apply the saturation to the mouth only, the idea being to make it really red.



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