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Creating Energy Spheres in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, you need to find a nice photo. This stock photo is found in the website Stock Exchange. For this tutorial you will learn some photoshop techniques to create a energy sphere effect.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a WW2 Fighter Aircraft. You will learn some indispensable techniques to use for any type of photo-manipulation. To do this, you need to take a photograph of a model plane and editing it to to look like a photograph of a WW2 spitfire which has just been shot down and is on fire.
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.
When you come up with something extraordinary scene, it is always good to use Photoshop to make it. This tutorial will show you how to use some simple skills to create a nice legend scene. Based on this idea, you can also create something imaginative.
Creating a realistic water surface in Photoshop is quite a challenge because it is the distorted reflection of the surroundings that makes the water look liquid. The displace filter is an excellent tool for making this distortion. Now it really looks like water. Notice that the layer mask is also distorted because it is linked to the layer. This causes the reflectivity to change with the angle of the surface.
This tutorial is about changing the eye motion for the evolution robot image. You can use the same idea applying it into the image you like. You can pick a similar picture and swap the local part. Otherwise, you may find it difficult to initiate with.
Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.