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Using Ink Effect to Form a Fantastic Painting
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Any picture can be a good source to form a beautiful artwork, as long as you choose a right effect to apply to. This tutorial will show you how to transform a picture into a nice ink painting.
There are many ways to turn your photo to be more attractive such as lighting effect. The effects are usually done in blend mode settings. However, if you would like to do something different, you can have a try to add the fabulous strip on your photo like this tutorial.
When you would like to turn your image into something horrified, this Photoshop tutorial really can help. The idea is similar the photo combination like other tutorials. But the photos you prepared should be something horrible, after that, you may just follow the steps to do the color adjustment.
In this tutorial it will show you how to make a nice natural landscape . You will learn how to combine different stocks together and blend them correctly to make a cohesive scene. You’ll also learn how to create lighting effect, work with group and more.
This tutorial is about changing the eye motion for the evolution robot image. You can use the same idea applying it into the image you like. You can pick a similar picture and swap the local part. Otherwise, you may find it difficult to initiate with.
In this tutorial it will show you how to make a snowing aurora scene . You will learn how to combine different stocks together and blend them correctly to make a cohesive scene. You’ll also learn how to create lighting effect, work with group and more.
How to show your audience about the time running out so quickly? The easiest way is to turn a youngster into an elderly. To do this, you need to prepare an elderly portrait. The idea is to use photo effect to match and replace the skins of youngster with elderly’s.
In this tutorial, it shows how he got stuck into creating one of his stylish images, starting from a basic model shot. It shares his tips on tricky cut-outs, seamless compositing, and blending of vector images so that they complement, rather than clash with, your composition.