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Transform Images into Dramatic Comic Scene
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
As long as you have your own idea, most of the effects can be done by Photoshop. In this time, the tutorial will present you to transform the general pictures into comic art scene. Except the comic art, you may think of other effects to be created based on these skills.
In this photo effects tutorial, it is going to show you how to easily add a rainbow, even a double rainbow, to a photo. As with most photo effects, it helps if you start with the right type of image. Finally, when you’ve finished painting on the mask, that is done.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to add a comic book effect to an ordinary photo using a few layers, the Cutout and Poster Edges filters and a few different layer blend modes. Sometimes, it is nice to add this unusual effect to your own pictures.
If you are batman fans, you will be interested in this tutorial. You may find it easy to create the batman symbol straight forward, but not using the surrounding buildings to form the batman symbol. Here will show you the techniques.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a WW2 Fighter Aircraft. You will learn some indispensable techniques to use for any type of photo-manipulation. To do this, you need to take a photograph of a model plane and editing it to to look like a photograph of a WW2 spitfire which has just been shot down and is on fire.
Create a concept that would utilize this tool in a cool way, that would be fun and interesting. The result is this tutorial on creating a vintage style circus poster design.
In this this tutorial I’m going to walk you through a few steps on how to use custom Photoshop brushes along with a few vector elements to create this immersive lighting effect composition. You will be surprised at how easy the steps are to create this piece.
The techniques in this tutorial will teach you how to subtly use Overlay effects and Selective Color to change the mood of your image. You’ll also learn how to place shapes to aid visual abstract design, how to use brushes to aid movement through the composition, and how to add depth to the foreground.