How to Create a Black-and-White Pencil Sketch from a Color Photograph

A Little Girl

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The author of the tutorial is David Kelly.

 

Source image Result
Source image Result

This tutorial describes how to use AKVIS Sketch plug-in in conjunction with AliveColors to create a realistic looking black and white pencil sketch from an existing colour photograph.

If your favourite image editing program is "plug-in" compatible, to add interest to this tutorial why not download Image 01, the original colour photograph, plus AKVIS Sketch's unrestricted free ten-day trial and try out the photo with Sketch, inputting your own settings then comparing the tutorial's final pencil sketch result with your own.

Download the photo by right clicking it then selecting Save Picture As. Save it to your hard drive, remembering where you saved it. To go to the downloads page for AKVIS Sketch’s unrestricted free ten-day trial, please left click here.

Although this example was created with AKVIS Sketch plug-in used in conjunction with AliveColors, similar results can be obtained with other plug-in compatible image-editing software packages.

Conclusion
AKVIS Sketch is a creative, addictive plug-in that will enable you to create your own personal, quality artwork from colour or black and white photographs with the minimum of effort.

 

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