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Give Your Photos a Retro Comic Book Effect
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
This tutorial will show you how to give a comic book look to your photos using a couple of filters and some additional decorations. At the end of this article you will find a lot of free and commercial comic book fonts and resources.
In this tutorial we’re going to go a bit retro. You’ll learn how to create halftone patterns and creatively cut up an image of a model holding a boombox. The effects are fun and you can apply these methods to other designs as well. In this case we used a speaker. Try cutting out other parts of your next design to mix and match with various effects.
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.
Eye’s image is difficult to stand out. To beautify it or turn it into artwork, you can refer to this simple step workthrough to turn a normal eye’s image into a steampunk style look using images of lens, parts of watch etc.
If you want to take some nice shots for nature, you do not have to go for traveling or outdoor. You can create some perfect scenes in-house, using photoshop. You can mix two or more backgrounds easily based on this idea plus the skills from this tutorial.
Lots of nice effect are very straight forward and simple. Not much technical skills are required. This spreading effect is not the exception. You can learn this funny effect within 15 minutes. Most of the things are the settings in the blend mode.
Have you ever tried to create a fantasy landscape combining different photos while blocked by the advanced techniques? This tutorial will show you the advanced techniques of blending, different techniques of adding lights to your scene with custom brushes and different Blending Modes, and how to work with layer styles to create a glow around objects.