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Create Powerball Effect for Movie Poster
This tutorial will show you to create powerball effect for movie poster. It is amazing. The color of fire ball can be changed as you like. Using the same idea, you can create different shape and kind of fire ball for your poster.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you 6 short chapters to create magic, fire, light, skin texture, deamons & blood and gore. It will give you the basic ideas to further develop your own creation with these effects.
In this tutorial, it is going to create fantastic universe using combination techniques in Photoshop. Using the same idea with different pictures, the result could be very different. It is a very good combination, as sky, sea & universe with planets are combined in the same picture naturally.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you how to adding some colorful abstract effect the image. It will be nice, if yo use the same idea to your personal image. This tutorial has been used many different nice scenes and techniques.
This tutorial explains you how to create a energetic, vibrant, colorful wallpaper, like the ones available at Color Charge. Then you will be able to know how to add some glowing and vibrating color effects, and finally polish your drawing.
There are various ways which can stand out your image. Apart from adding extra objects or adjust the color or lighting, you can also consider to transform the image into some kinds of abstract sceneries. More importantly, the process is not difficult at all.
Balance within an abstract piece of art is not a simple matter of ratios or obeying hard-and-fast rules. Instead, it has more to do with finding harmony among each of the elements competing for the viewer’s attention. By giving certain elements more prominence, you allow the viewer’s eye to move purposefully through the work without becoming lost or jaded.
In this tutorial, it will let you have a go one of the most effective and easily mastered techniques that is used for making striking, dynamic distortions of subjects, although the technique can be adapted to any objects that you wish to feature in your work, such as cars or trees.