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Create a Polygon Portrait
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Simple Photoshop effect can stand out your portrait easily. This polygon effect can turn your image into polygon, so that this looks very different to the usual image. You can apply this into any artwork you want.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to take a photo and make it look like an oil painting, which is a popular and fun thing to do with Photoshop. At the final, “Instant Photo To Oil Painting” effect is now complete, which means Photoshop to stop recording the action.
You can use few simple objects such as train and traffic light to prepare a interesting scenery. You just need to bring them together, plus design some clouds and fogs to make it looking like an extraordinary scenery.
How to design a proper war scenery? explosion, soldiers or bomb would be common elements to be used. Great and realistic explosion would be the key element when you carry out the combination of different pictures for your war scene.
This tutorial will show you how to turn your image into a beautiful angel. It will describe to change the image background, color plus adding some emotions e.g. tears into your photo. Then your manipulated image can be formed.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create spooky dark atmospheric. Throughout the tutorial, you’ll learn how to use dodge and burn tool to do basic and simple painting, smudging, masking, color adjustment, lightning and some more.
Most of special scenes can be made of different common images. Simple old carriage, bones plus one or two natural scenes can form a nice piece of special carriage scene using photo manipulation. This is mainly made using photo cut and paste plus color adjustment afterwards.
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