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How to Create a Dark Forest Manipulation Tutorial
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
This is a tutorial to create an emotional photo manipulation. In this tutorial, you will learn how to blend different images to make a dark atmospheric background, modify the dress of the model, apply makeup, paint hair, blend different objects in the background.
If you have no idea about designing an animal poster, you can refer to this tutorial which used the popular method. It uses lots of animal to form a natural background plus using the color adjustment to turn the main object to be outstanding.
To magnify your motion such as crying or shouting in a picture, you can have a try to apply some photo effects. The photo effects usually are lighting, however, this tutorial will show you something different such as applying smoke and dark environment.
Most of the time we forget to think about the back and forth of ideas and countless iterations from the brief to the final product. That is what differentiates design from art and that is what you always try to illustrate. This tutorial requires you to use 4D Cinema and Photoshop together.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps used to create this distorted lady figure effect in Photoshop. We will use metal and rock texture over a female body to create the main effect, and use various image adjustments, layer masks and filter to fine-tune the effect.
Photoshop Smart Filters are one of the greatest things about Smart Objects. When you apply a filter effect to a Smart Object layer, you automatically create a Smart Filter. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use two copies of the same Smart Object to create the product mock-up, then apply a filter to de-focus the background.
Sometimes, it is nice to create a personal brushes to do your art works as your time can be saved. To begin with, a plain white piece of paper will be taken, folded it in fours and left it in my pocket for a few hours. Next you need to scan the paper using the Grayscale setting on my scanner.