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Image Transformation into Cartoon
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
If you would like to turn your image into some kinds of cartoons, it is not necessary to ask an artist to do that. What you need to do is to use your photoshop to transform it. Process is simple and not complicate.
Whatever design needs to have nice lighting effect to apply with, then the object background can be specified and focused. Geometric lighting effect could be applied to some scientific object. This tutorial will show you how to shape the light as a triangle.
You may wonder how to change a normal plant or a tree image into something special. That is not difficult. You can change the plant image into something like from legend. This tutorial will include comprehensive skills about how you can create this special scene.
In this tutorial it will create a realistic water reflection effect. You should be able to replicate this effect on other pictures using the techniques presented here. The detailed explanations at each step should make it easy for beginners to catch on.
This was to create some kind of post apocalyptic environment of destroyed city with the visualization of the “bad guy”, the agent of supreme power who is responsible for all that doom in the center of the focus with several victims all around begging for help.
In this tutorial, it is going to teach you how to make a nice fragmented golden phone. Firstly, you need to prepare a mobile phone image. And then you can start the add some nice photoshop effects. You can also use the same idea for other images.
Different posts need different style design as a background. And this tutorial just show you the post of skateboard riding. The idea is to arrange the objects in a certain angle (the feeling is like the object is sliding down), which is processed by illustrator. And the rest of effects can be done by Photoshop.
Recently I was searching for a way to shape flames and change the direction of fire in a Photoshop composition. After a little experimentation, I discovered that Photoshop’s Liquify Filter handles the task brilliantly.