ver since I saw his first Photoshop tutorial, I knew Corey Barker saw things differently, and the results are really really cool. He can realistically change a dry cityscape into a rainy street scene, complete with puddle reflections and falling drops. Or he can use something like rendered fibers to make believable water pour from a faucet. But sometimes Corey shows what goes into a big, complicated production, without necessarily making it into training video. He shows the process.
riginally inspired by “speed painting” videos on YouTube, he has done a number of time-lapse videos of larger projects. Some have eventually become tutorials, but if you just want to be inspired by some great Photoshop production, and you’re ready to be entertained, have a look at some of Corey’s time-lapse videos.
Here are links the links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvo_P2R-irc ; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpZCeUKGsW4 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0v9CIRllzU