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Create a Great Universe Scene in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
To create an universe scene, planets and sun are the essential elements. Usually, the designers would create some nice lightings to beautify the objects.
The techniques in this tutorial will teach you how to subtly use Overlay effects and Selective Color to change the mood of your image. You’ll also learn how to place shapes to aid visual abstract design, how to use brushes to aid movement through the composition, and how to add depth to the foreground.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate how to create a crater on the planet. The crater is initiated from drafting, after a series steps and combination of the original picture. Then it can be done! You can create more than one crater by repeating the procedure.
There are many ways to turn your photo to be more attractive such as lighting effect. The effects are usually done in blend mode settings. However, if you would like to do something different, you can have a try to add the fabulous strip on your photo like this tutorial.
Simple objects can be formed a nice and special scene. A road, whale and ocean can be combined into a single scene using photo manipulation. Creating an underwater scene is not a hard, all you have to do is use some water textures, brushes and blend all the different stock images used.
In this tutorial, you will learn to hone your skills with the layers palette and useful tips in applying masking, Blending Modes and Hue/Saturation. This will also show you how layers react with one another when overlayed in certain ways.
Here will show you how to apply layer duplications, blending mode, transforming and creating of objects that will give a plain looking image that extra edge by adding multicolored effects. You can use the techniques to apply your own color effect to your image.
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to combine different fire and light effects to create a pretty violin players in Photoshop. You can also refer the same techniques to create your own style of artwork.