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Having too much spice

Start by opening an image of a man with an open mouth.

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Duplicate the layer and change the layer mode to "linear burn".

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Select and merge both the layers. From Filter menu select"liquify". Select "Forward Warp tool and distort the hair as shown in the image below.

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Duplicate the layer. From Filter menu select "Blur>>Gaussian Blur". Apply settings as shown in the image below.

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Switch to "Channel" palette. Ctrl+Select the "green" channel to get the selection.

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Click add layer mask button from the bottom of the layer palette.

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Duplicate the layer again. Press Ctrl+U to open hue/saturation window. Apply settings as shown.

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Using pen tool create tongue shape as shown in the image.

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Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

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Create a new layer. Press Q to enable quick mask. From "Filter" menu select "Render>>Difference Clouds". Apply settings as shown.

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Press Q again to disable quick mask.

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Fill the selection with white color.

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Select eraser too and erase the portions leaving behind the steam coming out from the ear.

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Duplicate the layer a couple of times to enhance the effect.

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Duplicate the layers. Press Ctrl+T. Right click and select Flip Horizontal and place on the other side, also crete steam coming out from the mouth using same technique.

Having Too Much Spice
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