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How to stand out your product? The easiest way is to turn it into something unusual to attract your audiences. It is a good idea to use the liquid spilling effect as it can be applied to many products such as your clothes or cars.
It is not necessary to do lots of make-up and have a lot of trials for your personal image design. To see whether this look or make-up which is suitable to yourself, you can do project it using photoshop first. No need to consume the time for real trial.
Sometimes, you may wish to create a magical scene as your personal poster. And this tutorial is going to present you how to make a nice one for your image. It mainly includes to teach you adding some special lighting effect and color tuning techniques.
If you love the natural environment and would like them to show on your pictures, you can swap your indoor pictures with your favourite natural backgrounds. It is just required to arrange the prepared pictures together and apply photo combination effects
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to make a creative illustration in a style meant for a video game cover or sci-fi book cover. With some cool Photoshop options, you can turn all your chosen images like the games, poster or cartoon , into one stunning looking explosive cover.
It is always not easy to develop a human portrait since it really requires a lot of skills to make it to be realistic. Using this portrait transformation, the story would be much different. As the painting is based on the original photo, the quality would be high and nice.
You will see how to create this powerful human splitting up a car. Most of the lighting manipulation used in this image was done with photoshop layer adjustments and painting via a tablet. All 3D objects were created with the software Cinema 4D.
Recently I was searching for a way to shape flames and change the direction of fire in a Photoshop composition. After a little experimentation, I discovered that Photoshop’s Liquify Filter handles the task brilliantly.