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This tutorial will show you how to digitally remove badges and other elements from your ride.
This tutorial will show you how to do a quick and simple reflection.
This tutorial will teach you how to create the classic band style poster outlines, as often seen on many band posters and flyers.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple content box, the final result is very similar to the style used on this site.
First you must of followed out Metal Effect tutorial and the Screw tutorial. If you have then please read on, if not head back to the tutorials to read them.
Create a new document, I choose 300x300
Create a shape which is going to be the base for this tutorial.
First open up the photo of the person/victim you wish to morph. a will be using this photo "Ron" who i found on google images by searching for "people" next select the circle marquee tool. now draw a selection around the part you wish to morph. go to filter>distort>pinch....
any one can do pixel art. I'm no expert pixel artist but with some practice you will soon get the hang off pixel art. first open up a new document 300x300 and set the background colour to a bright green. now zoom in to 1600% and select you pencil tool with 1px brush, and black as you selec...
First open the image you wish to cell shade. i will be using this car. now go to Filter>Stylize>Find Edges and your image should now look like this now you must press ctrl+shift+F. if you do anything before pressing these keys you will have to start the tutorial again. ...
first create a new document, i will be using 500x500 fill the background with black then create a new layer. set you foreground colour to a bright green and you background to black. do filter>Render>Clouds then render>diffrence clouds Now go to Filter>Artistic>Cutout and u...
Open the picture you want to apply the sketch effect on. Go to Filter>Stylize>Find Edges Then press ctrl+shift+f to open the fade dialouge up, Reduce down to about 50% Then press ctrl+shift+u to desaturate the layer, and you should have something like this. Which gives...