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How To Make a Fun Oil Painting Pet Portrait in Photoshop

Follow along with today’s Photoshop tutorial to turn your pet into a renaissance masterpiece. We’ll use a public domain oil painting of a 19th century Dutch General as the source, then combine some Photoshop filters to apply the painterly look to a digital photograph to blend the two images into a comedic portrait that is cute, surreal and hilarious at the same time!

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This Post Has 32 Comments

  1. Krakaah!

    who else want to turn them selves into one

  2. Felix Brönnimann

    I can't choose the oil paint filter… All the other filters are available. Any idea why?

  3. Tina M.

    WUAW. Thank you!!! Amazing tutorial ✨

  4. SH Sany

    what should i search for images

  5. A helpful video. Thank you very much for taking the time to do all this, I'm sure it will help me and many others greatly.

  6. pipo pip

    Matur suwun bos tutorial e manfaat banget kie …thank u

  7. T

    FABULOUS. Thank you so much, you are a wonderful teacher. What a gorgeous, noble hound Jake was. Was so sorry to scroll down and see that he's gone. So glad you have the image. Woof.

  8. Lisa Randall

    Do I need Photoshop and Illustrator to do this or is Photoshop enough? Thanks x

  9. Spoon Graphics

    Sad news from the Spooner household… Yesterday we had to say goodbye to our dog Jake 😢 He will always be remembered with this image taking prime placement on our kitchen wall

  10. Camish911

    My doggo didn't turn out as well as yours, but still pretty good (in my opinion) considering it was my first time using photo shop. So thanks!!

  11. Trexlor Boyer

    This is fantastic! If you follow closely you can easily come out with a pet portrait of your own. We all know pets are going to take over the world, this just shows us what it'll look like 🙂

  12. W Oin

    This was exactly what I needed and it was so helpful! Thank you so much for walking me through it step by step. ☺️

  13. Richard Newton

    Great tutorial, was able to find the same renaissance painting and do every step but the "filter gallery paint dab to remove some of the unsharp effect. For some reason filter gallery was greyed out. On my work computer, oil paint was greyed out, but my PC at home has a good graphics card, so I was able to use oil paint effect on that machine.

    Here's how mine came out. Let me know what you think???????
    Dog photo was a co-workers dog, and taken on Sony A7III and Sigma 24-70 @ F2.8

  14. JrFelix

    Haha this is just so amazing! I am going to try this, awesome tutorial. 👏

  15. Imma1D

    Where can I download that kind of renaissance portraits? Which dimensions?

  16. M. Ivanovic

    This is great 🙂 Thank you 🙂 Can someone give me a various types of military robes,that i can use on dogs 🙂 Can't find pictures though..

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