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Painting with Fire Using Photoshop’s Liquify Filter
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
To some of you, making a picture in motion is not easy. Here will teach you to manipulate a static car to become one that looks like it is realistically speeding. First of all, we will need to understand the concept of lighting and reflection that will take place when a car is moving swiftly on the road at night. This tutorial focuses on how to apply the combination of layer mask and blending mode functions.
In this tutorial, it shows you quick and easy techniques ranging from the Warp tool to clipping masks and adjustment layers to create a stunning final image. While the techniques seem simple at first glance they offer many opportunities: you can use them to create a sense of movement in your composition.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps used to create this abstract background for a lady poster in Photoshop. We will use splatter brushes to paint the background, and apply particles/break-apart effect with various textures.
To create something in the water, you have to adjust your object opacity and play around your layers. As long as you can be familiar with these skills, you can carry out different mixtures for your objects such as sky, water and your turtle or others to form your imaginative scene.
Using Photoshop, you can create whatever scenes you want. Some typical scenes such as castle on the coast are commons in some countries, but if you would like to take a shot, it requires a lot of works to do. Using photo manipulation, you can overcome this.