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Create a Dramatic Disappearance Scenery
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
How do you present an object to be dissolved or disappeared? you can use Photoshop brushes to work on like this tutorial. In addition, you can add some other objects to emphasize, then your artworks are done.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a WW2 Fighter Aircraft. You will learn some indispensable techniques to use for any type of photo-manipulation. To do this, you need to take a photograph of a model plane and editing it to to look like a photograph of a WW2 spitfire which has just been shot down and is on fire.
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.
If you want to turn your image into a cartoon character, you can use your image for the transformation. No need to ask someone to draw it out for you. Using basic Photoshop techniques, you can change the color of your image into cartoon style.
Anything can inspire yourself to create a nice background as long as you pay attention to the things around you. This idea is to mix the fruit with a little bit of your design, then it forms a nicely imaginative background.
Some of you may fancy some chinese traditional painting. However, it is not easy to learn and draw. If you would like to create your own chinese painting, now you can use Photoshop to transform any image into a nice chinese drawing.
To turn your image into a nice artwork, you can just apply a simple splashing effect. You can add the paint to whatever you like without regular pattern. Then, your image will have a great style like a proper designing artwork.
Sometimes, it is nice to create a personal brushes to do your art works as your time can be saved. To begin with, a plain white piece of paper will be taken, folded it in fours and left it in my pocket for a few hours. Next you need to scan the paper using the Grayscale setting on my scanner.
The dispersion effect is relatively straight forward in Photoshop CC but can be tricky to get right. The basic idea is to separate the subject from the background and then create a copy of the subject layer. One of the subject layers is then morphed using the Liquify tool to nearly fill the entire frame.