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Creating a Fantasy Photomanipulation
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In this tutorial, it is going to create a fantasy scene where a Priestess will be standing on a rock during the night holding a lantern in one hand and a golden lotus in other hand which creates a smoke ball, and there will be bunch of small rocks flying around the Priestess.
This task we’ll learn how to correct the photos’ colors, change the eyes color, work with the layers, applying ready brushes and designs, create your own design and to picture the stars. Add the same way in some places several stars’ accumulations. And come to the final.
This tutorial is an example of how a few simple techniques can be used to create a piece of digital artwork using multiple layers, masking, the Brush tool, some basic lighting and one simple noise texture. Using the processes here, you will be able to apply the same techniques to your photomontage and create your own look.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to Create this Manipulation with Tree Bark Texture and Brush Elements. Along the way, you will learn how you can apply layer masks to image adjustment layers to create this water color effect, as well as learning to blend texture and to use various elements to create great abstract effect.
This tutorial is going to show you the processes to create this fantasy style, really cool dramatic lightening scene in a desert city. This is just a good combination as everything is matched so good. You can use this photoshop skill to do another good combination.
This is a two-part tutorial. This first part shall start with techniques of shooting the needed photos, then go on with manipulations of making batch adjustments in Camera Raw, automatic alignment and merging. After working on correcting the perspective, fixing the imperfections, and filling the transparency holes, this tutorial shall finish with cropping and adding the final touches.
Photoshop is a practical tool to edit photos and 3D effects is marvelous. Together, they can make anything. In this tutorial Mark Mayers will show you how to seamlessly blend 3D models into your 2D composites using Photoshop. You’ll discover how easy it is to roll, rotate and slide complex models within 3D space.
The techniques below will show you how to create an image similar to the final result I have obtained below although the image below took 3 hours to paint with alot of fine detail work, you will still get the idea.At the end, the layers merged its easier to use the color dodge tool to brush the edge of the planets making them ‘glow’.