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Instant Photo To Oil Painting Action
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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.
If you are headache of background design, lighting is a good stuff for your background creation. This lighting design has been adopted a few lighting effects such as gradient fill layer and radial lines. You can create your new design style based on these by changing colors or shapes.
You may watch lots of preying scene in geographic programme but simple natural preying scenes are difficult to capture. It usually happen in few seconds and disappear. Using photo combination effects, you can mix few photos together and form a nice preying photo.
It is not easy to implement a great imaginative idea such as opening a face. To create this, lots of skills are required. As started, preparation of required images, then using manipulation skills to combine them and muse them together.
One of the famous movie – Avatar has just swept and shocked the whole world. You may wonder how the image of Avatar to be created. It seems lots of works and not easy to do such creation. However, you can transform a human being photo into Avatar using Photoshop. Now, you can turn any human images into Avatar following this tutorial.
You may want to create your own comic from your image. However, to start with this, it is very time consuming and difficult. Transformation of your image into a Comic art is a good way, in this case. Here will show you some nice skills to do.
In this tutorial, it takes you through the post-production steps of an architecture rendering in Photoshop. The featured techniques focus on marrying a CG building constructed in Modo and rendered using Rhino into a base photo, as well as building up an atmosphere around the structure that supports the aim of the design.