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This tutorial will show you how to turn a normal picture into a thermal image using Gradient Maps.
This tutorial will teach you how to use the liquify filter to make an awesome abstract plasma ball effect. Great for signatures and banners!
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There are tons of tutorials out there that show you how to make your photos look better. But what if you want to give your photos and nice “aged” look. Well here is your answer.
1. Create a new document. This document should be a bit larger than your actual menu bar, My final result will be 700x50, so I will start at 750x100. Select your Gradient Tool.
1. Open up a psd that you would like to animate. Your psd needs two different pictures at least. One picture should be how your document starts, and the second is how it looks when finished. I will be using these two pictures:
1.Write something in Photoshop that you want to make 3D.
2.We need to convert this text layer into a shape layer. To do this, go to Layer > Type > Convert to Shape:
3.Now go to File > Export > Paths to Illustrator, and save your document as
1. The first thing we are going to do is change the default way we view scenes in Cinema 4D. Usually, we look at one view port. In this tutorial, we will be using four. Open a new document in C4D, and press F5.
1. Create a new document in Photoshop. Your document can be whatever size you want, but mine will be 300x300. <br/>2. Open up a picture and paste it into your document you made: <br/>3. Open up a few other pictures, and keep pasting them on top of one another:
1. Create a new document in Photoshop. Make it 300x300.
2. Now open a picture of your choice as a new document (File > Open):
3. Open another picture of your choice that you want to blend with the image above:
1. Create a new document in cinema 4d, make a primitive sphere (Object > Primitive > Sphere):
2. Switch to the 4 port view by pressing F5:
3. Now add a glass material to your sphere. If you dont have any, we have a tutorial on how to make some of your own in our cinema 4d tutorials sectio...