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Manipulate a Destroyed City Scene with a Lady Character
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Here is a great way to create manipulate a destroyed city with a lady character. This tutorial will show you how to composite your own scene with multiple photos and retouch characters by adding hair extensions and more.
For this tutorial, we’re going to be using some of Photoshop’s oldest controls to create an old-school layered artwork. The key for this tutorial is to focus on experimentation, especially with blending modes such as Multiply and Photoshop’s layer effects, and having a great starting image.
When you would like to improve your picture overall effect, the first thing to do is to improve the background. Here will show you some skills to apply the mixture effect (such as smoking and shining effects) into the photo.
In lots of cartoon programmes or legends, you may have seen a human face on tree which is able to talk or move. Now you can have go to create this. Using the same idea, you can bring lots of things alife.
If you fed up of color painting, you can have a try on this ink effect for your painting works. This is mainly done through color adjustment such as curves, level adjustments etc. Using a suitable paper for texture, a nice ink portrait can be done.
Many people are dreaming how the city is gonna be in the future? Many ideas can be seen from different movies. This tutorial will simply guide you to manipulate one using few of ordinary photos. You may be able to get the idea to make your one with reference to this.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to design a stone dragon in Photoshop. This is a good example to show you a few simple methods to blending objects together in Photoshop, and edit them with various image adjustment tools.
Lots of natural scene is not easy to create such as raining or sunny shine. More realistic, more skills are required. The scenery is mainly including rain drop and foggy which are done by Magic Wand Tool and blur effect.