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<span>Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005</span><br/>Who needs a fluoroscope to create x-ray effects? Nobody. Using layers and playing with light settings in Photoshop, you can crank out some electrifying images on your own.
Let's face it: stars can be really hard to draw. Our star field is an expression of depth, and this is communicated through two factors: variety and density.
This tutorial should step you through making a simple, yet realistic-looking planet using Adobe Photoshop 7, and ONLY Adobe Photoshop 7.
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. ...
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Merge Two Images Professionally in Photoshop
Ok, start off with a new document and fill the background with black. Create a new layer and call it "main lightning". Now, with a 3 width brush, draw random lines like I did below. Then apply an outter glow effect to that layer. Don't overuse it, just a little...
Horizontal lines are very useful separating your page to different sections, to add a simple horizontal line just type <hr>, and you will get this: <hr> but you can also create customized lines to fit with your webpage and to give...
3 different text effects - gold, silver and bronze 1. Make a new image, ours is 350 x 100 px - with a transparent background 2. grab the Text tool, set the size to 40 and the font to Verdana - in Bol...
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...