Creating Three Dimensional Illustrations with Rik Oostenbroek – 2 of 2

Tune in with designer, illustrator and Z by HP Ambassador Rik Oostenbroek as he creates artwork in his signature three dimensional style using Photoshop and Illustrator on his new ZBook Create. In this two-part series, Rik will play with fonts, applying abstract forms and bright colors to create beautiful designs.

Guest Rik Oostenbroek is a designer, illustrator, and art director based in the Netherlands. Rik has worked for some of the biggest brands in the world, including Nike, Mazda, ESPN and Viacom:

Host Paul Trani is an Adobe Principal Worldwide Evangelist based in Colorado:
Join us LIVE on Behance:

00:00 Start
02:36 Rik discusses his work history
15:30 Begin work on lettering
18:45 Using the pen tool to create shapes within the letter from
25:18 Continuing to add shapes and gradients within the R letter form
35:06 Adding shadows and highlights to create 3D effect
43:21 Adding highlights with gradients and warp tools
52:21 Continuing to make color choices
1:02:25 Layering colors and highlights to build depth
1:12:34 Finishing touches – using Adding Channel Mixer, Hue/Sat, Levels
1:20:21 Making adjustments with Dodge/Burn layer
1:23:26 Creating a pattern to add on top of the shapes
1:28:45 Creating organic shapes with the shape tool – show Rubber Band for curves
1:35:00 Artist Spotlight of Doc Reed
1:49:33 Creating a summary of your PS shortcuts
1:52:06 Continue to work on the letter form – wrapping up with Rik



Send this to a friend