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Adding a Great Gloomy Effect on Images
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
There are many ways to improve or change your image’s style. Adding the gloomy effect is one of the best method to improve your image properly. It is not effectively only turning down the overall image’s brightness, so it is a good idea to add some lights on, such as adding light/reflection on the glass.
This tutorial is a walk through of my process for creating a Photoshop brush set by hand. From the paper and paint to the scan and final prep work.
In this tutorial, it will teach how to create a natural scenery photo manipulation. We are going to learn the process of creating depth of field using a few advance tools. We are going to learn how to blend images so seamlessly that it would look like a single image using the Brush tool etc.
You may have already watched a lot of robot films and wondered how they can transform a normal human into a robot. The most simplest way to do is to add some machinery element on the human joints plus a machinery background.
This tutorial will show you to combine some stock photo references in Adobe Photoshop. Throughout this tutorial you’ll learn how to use adjustment layers, masking and brushes, as well as how to manage the color and atmosphere to achieve a beautiful result.
In this tutorial, we are going to create a Post-Apocalyptic City. Firstly, we will change a full of sunshine, ordinary photograph into a gloomy image of the world after destruction of mankind. Using simple tools, we’ll turn lively streets into abandoned ruins overgrown with weeds.
This tutorial is going to teach you how to apply multiple layer duplication, transforming and warping of objects. It’s basically re-using whatever we have in order to create a solid looking phoenix coupled with flame and light ray effects.
In this tutorial, it shows you how to achieve that glossy, detailed fantasy look through careful compositing, and control of layers and blending modes. You’ll extrude type in Illustrator and then composite on textures and other details in Photoshop.