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Phoenix Hair Effect
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
With some simple brushing techniques, and a bit of color tweaking, you can spice up your photos with this flaming hair tutorial. That should do it. Add an overall yellow hue to your final image and put on your shades!
Using different normal photos plus some light effects, you can form an extraordinary scenery. To start, you need to prepare simple images e.g. grass field, sky and a lady. Then you cut & paste and put them together. Of course, you can choose any other combinations as you like to form your own artwork.
This tutorial will show you how to “sculpt” a snow griffin quickly using colors and mainly a single textured brush. All the shading and coloring will be reduced to very few steps. You can use it to paint a concept art, or to create a base for more refined illustration.
There are a plethora of ways to treat a portrait for a myriad of uses, but that is for another feature. Let’s tackle adding drama or a cinematic quality to a regular, humdrum portrait.
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 demonstrate you how to use the burn tool, dodge tool, brushes, layer modes and more to add an interesting effect to an otherwise regular stock photo.To finish off, apply a Selective Color adjustment layer is necessary for this task.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you the steps to create a unique Photo Manipulation via Mixture of Ice and Fire Textures. Along the way, it will show some interesting ways to manipulate texture via image adjustment tool and free transform tool.
This tutorial aims to create a shiny summer text effect with Adobe Photoshop. The point is it will use three layers to achieve a central vanishing point. Welcome to learn this tutorial and use what you’ve learned for your own projects. Enjoy!