Added: 6 August, 2007
Group: Photoshop
Fake Vector! Tutorial
Author: Jason
page: 1

Fake Vector! Tutorial

You don’t have to be a pro for vectorizing images. Luckily, Photoshop has a solution for that too and you still can get a wow effect. Just follow these instructions and improve the technique.

You know that feeling – looking at an vectorized image saying “wow, I wish I could do that…”. In fact, you probably could if only you have the endurance. However, for us...lazy people we (fortunately) have a shortcut. It will look very incredible if someone thinks it is actually a image you personally vectorized…

Step 1. First copy (Ctrl+C) the image you want to use. Look through your downloaded photos or on Google Images or the like.

Tutorial Fake Vector! Tutorial 1

Next, create a new document. By default, Photoshop should provide the right size for what’s on the clipboard.

Tutorial Fake Vector! Tutorial 2

Step 2. Now go up to Filter > Artistic > Cutout. Set the settings to something like what is shown below. However, the values themselves do not need to be exactly the same – just go by intuition with what would fake your friends more :D

Tutorial Fake Vector! Tutorial 3

Step 3. Final. That’s it. My shortest tutorial by far but I know I’m going to be using this technique a lot now that I’ve been reminded that Photoshop can do this :)

Tutorial Fake Vector! Tutorial 4

GO to: Page 1 : Fake Vector! Tutorial This tutorial is copyrighted. Partial duplication or full duplication is prohibited and illegal. Translation or usage of any kind without author�s permission is illegal.
  • Photo retouch add makeup and create clear face in Photoshop
  • Create low poly house
  • Setting up FTP in windows XP
  • Creating a Flash Photo Slideshow Tutorial
  • Create shadow in Photoshop
  • Drop-Down Menu Tutorial
  • Learn how to create pool in 3D studio
  • Create a realistic chrome car rims
Join our RSS feed
Use our RSS feed to get the latest published tutorials directly to your news reader.
Add to Google
Best tutorials for maya 3d max photoshop and more