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Well here you will be taught how add realistic blood to a pic. 1) Open the picture that you want to blood to. This is the one i used 2) Next pick the lasso tool and make a outline of where you want it to be. MAKE SURE it is...
The most popular way to cut out, or "mask" an object is to use the lasso tool. That's fine, but if you want to be a baller, you will use the pen tool and create "vector masks." Vector masks have two major advantages:
1) You can edit them after you've drawn them.
2) You don't lose...
This week I would like to cover a few items, so I'll be short on the introduction. Photoshop 7 has a few new commands and blending modes that I've been playing with, and as I already told my buddy Colin Smith about it, I thought I'd better write on the subject before he beat me to it! ...
One of the nicest ways to dress up a snapshot is to surround it with a matte and a frame. This can be done digitally in Photoshop in just a few simple steps. First, select your image. For this...
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Learn the usage of smooth gradient. Open any image. Make new layer by clicking Create a new layer icon (). Set foreground color to red and background color to white. Select Gradient Tool () and apply to the layer you have just created. Hold Shift and apply from right to left. Make...
This tutorial will show you how to use liquify tool and how to mutate faces using this tool.
It's simple to convert a square picture to a round picture by simply making a circular selection and adding a mask. However, how about converting a square image to a sphere? Here's a tr...
Maybe one of the most simple tutorials here, so simple - you cant go wrong! 1. Open up your picture, we used Eminm 2. Create a new image, which is just one pixel wide, and 2 pixels high... but a transparent background...
Let's just do something really simple this week. I have had the task of taking a number of photos for work these past few weeks as we ramp up the launch of our new web site. I wanted to take
1. Open your image or drawing, here I'll be using the lovely eye of Sarah Michelle Gellar better known as Buffy The Vampire Slayer 2. Zoom in on the eye you want to change untill you have a comfortable work area. Create a new layer (SHIFT+CTR...