Photo to Graphic Novel Art Photoshop Tutorial Posted on May 29, 2019May 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation How to Become a Screenwriter/NovelistStarting Your Novel In the Right Place 26 thoughts on “Photo to Graphic Novel Art Photoshop Tutorial” txs Reply minecraft lets play next pls Reply This was very helpful to me, thank you. Reply I tried this and came up with completely different results. Reply Interesting, easy and straightforward . Thanks. Reply Well, for more than one decade I tried so many tutorials and workarounds to achieve something like that, but it never was as perfect as your idea! Since many of your steps are well fixed, I put it all to an Action-Automation and now finally can quickly create awesome comic strips! Thanks so much!! Reply teşekkür Reply i am using adobe Photoshop cc 2017 but here i could not found oil paint in filter.i also search in stylize but here oil pain option did not work.so can you plz suggest me what i can do for get a similar result? Reply very effective easy to understanding tutorial. thank you so much. Reply Thank u Reply nice Reply Thanks for this Tutorial, it's the easiest and best one for my needs that I've seen yet. Reply Thank you so much! It's so helpful and easy to follow 🙂 Reply What app are you using? Reply Why does everything require the fucking oil paint filter I don't have? Reply Thank you I can't wait to try this out! ☺ Reply Thank you! Reply Very Nice Tutorial, Thank you so much Reply Very nice method … lot better (and quicker) than using a pen for the outline … Thanks for posting this Reply Muito bom. Um abraço aqui de Portugal! Very good. A hug here from Portugal! Reply Hi, don´t have Oil paint filter here, what i can do for get a similar result? 🙂 Reply the best tutorial for comic editing, thanks for that Reply Nice tut buddy, thanks. Reply thanks a lot,teacher!! Reply wonderful, thanks Reply quiero tener el inicio de cs6 del q tienes??? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.