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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Comic Book, Pop Art, Cartoon from a Photo

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Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to transform an ordinary photo into a classic, comic book pop art-style, cartoon. This is an update to a tutorial I did on an earlier version of Photoshop.

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This Post Has 44 Comments

  1. The Original Geek

    Great tutorial! I love the "Pop Art" version of me I made following the tutorial, and will be using it as my new Facebook profile pic. One thing though – if you're using CC2021 you may have to add the text bubbles back into the Custom Shape tool to access them – they were missing for me but a quick Google search let me add them back in. You just need to go to Window–>Shapes to get the fly-out panel and then add them from there.

  2. sanithu jayakody

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  4. Alex

    a very very professional video tut, many thanx!

  5. Yusuf Ibrahim

    Nice but what of those that doesn't have a computer how can we do

  6. Richard Daris

    Great.. great and excellent tutorial ever watch on youtube. Lucky me today! Thanks pal. I really appreciated to your shared. GOD bless you.

  7. Basak Ulukose

    I am very confused with the pupil reflection bit, so you create an empty layer, you select a circular bit and then you delete information on that layer that is empty to begin with? Could someone help me out, what am I missing here? How is it possible unless you actually fill it with white? How do you delete pixels that are not existing…?

  8. salty troter

    Change the first image in a smartobject and you have a nice lil template for if you want to use the effects on different images.
    Need to redo the eyes and text bubble portion though. For the text bubble you need to load legacy shapes

  9. piero CORNEJO

    Thank you very much for the tutorial I had a photo i thought sucked but with this effect it absolutely rocks

  10. d

    YOU are simply the BEST.

  11. kingwyatt5000

    If you're reading this and you're not already subscribed to this channel, please do. Blue Lightning TV gets it done!! (Also this effect does not work so well with black and white photos lol)

  12. L Cat

    You are superb both in computer and art! And the best one in teaching. You show every details in short and logic steps. Your brain is out of ordinary. Thank you.

  13. George Rady

    GREAT! I need to crest storyboards for a video webseries and I may need to include our storyboards for later content… don’t want stick figures or actual production photos…

    THESE ARE PERFECT!

  14. Gina Tierno

    this is hands down the best photoshop tutorial on youtube. so clear. don't miss a thing. perfect. firts time user and i came out with a perfect product. all thanks to your details. THanks man

  15. Alfonso P.

    I just came across your channel and let me say that you're THE BEST teacher…..love the way you zoom in and out showing clearly where to go to creat the project. You make it so easy to follow what youre teaching. THANK YOU

  16. Fran klein

    You´re amazing! Just straight and clear!! Thank you!!! Helped a lot!

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