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First, I’d like to thank Joubert Quentin a.k.a hybrid-creation for allowing me to create this tutorial based on his image, Your Skull is Red . You can see his portofolio in DeviantArt or his personal site . Before we start, take at look at the image we are about to create below. In this tutorial we will learn how to create selection, adjusting color, and adding depth to image. Source Needed
Step 1 I rarely sketch out my ideas, because blending sources this way is not very complicated, but it is important to have a feel of what you want to create, as well as the atmosphere, before you actually start working. Like with any image in which sources are being used, selections are the first stage. We want to isolate every source so that we can create our own composition. Below you can see the background sources and the main object, in this case, the turtle. Step 2
Photoshop actions are great. If you’re not familiar with actions, they are simply prerecorded adjustments made to a Photoshop file that can be saved and applied to other projects. The concept is simple, but the process to create some actions can be very complicated.
I have been playing a lot with the Displace filter in Photoshop and I still get impressed with how powerful it is. Even though I have written some tutorials using it, I decided to try to recreate a different effect that I saw in one of the images submitted for the Daily Inspiration. It was a brick wall deformed like it was made of cloth.
Posted on October 29th, 2011 in Resources . Tags: photo effect tutorial , surreal scene photoshop Photoshop is absolutely fantastic when it comes to producing special effect, especially those surreal, imaginative scene.