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Create a Fantastic Foggy Scenery on Windows
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Lots of natural scene is not easy to create such as raining or sunny shine. More realistic, more skills are required. The scenery is mainly including rain drop and foggy which are done by Magic Wand Tool and blur effect.
Simple photo manipulation can allow you to form a nice scene so you do not have to be bothered to spend time to arrange real objects to come up together in reality. Instead, you just prepare few photos and mix them together.
In this tutorial, it shows you how to create a dark forest scene featuring a young witch. You will learn how to combine different stocks together and blend them correctly using brush, adjustment layers and layer mask. You will also learn how to work with lighting, make sparks and more.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps used to create this distorted lady figure effect in Photoshop. We will use metal and rock texture over a female body to create the main effect, and use various image adjustments, layer masks and filter to fine-tune the effect.
If you follow this series of pixel art tutorials, you may already have in your possession a very nice car for your pixel art character in its pixel art world. Let’s add another vehicle to your collection by making a helicopter or if you’re looking for a quicker way to add elements to your isometric city!
War poster may not be necessary to be a war scene with a lot of explosions. To create a simple one, you can just prepare a soldier image with some nice building backgrounds. Using simple photomanipulation techniques, you can mix few photos in your style you want.
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.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to make an X-Ray image, the scene is like you see in airport scanners. It also shows how these techniques could be applied to any mechanical object, or electronic device, like a digital camera.