Photo to Pencil Drawing Conversion with AKVIS Sketch

BLACK & WHITE PENCIL SKETCH

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The author of the tutorial is David Kelly.

 

Here you will find out how AKVIS Sketch was used in conjunction with Paint Shop Pro 9 to create a realistic looking black and white sketch from an original 1912 sepia-toned photo showing a section of Westmuir Street, Glasgow, Scotland.

After converting to greyscale, its wide range of detail and tonal differences made it a challenging image for Sketch to successfully convert into a realistic looking black and white pencil sketch.

Image 01, original 1912 photograph
Image 01, original 1912 photograph

 

STAGE ONE: PREPARED PHOTO FOR AKVIS SKETCH CONVERSION

 

STAGE TWO: APPLIED AKVIS SKETCH

Summary: As with any creative software, and AKVIS Sketch is no exception, any artwork created is totally subjective. However, with Sketch there's no reason why, when used in conjunction with a compatible image editing program, you shouldn't be able to quickly and easily create fine colour or black and white sketches suitable for printing, framing, and displaying.

Download the unrestricted AKVIS Sketch ten-day free trial and give those old, and not so old photos a new lease of life by turning them into your very own personal works of art.

 

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