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Create a Face Shattering Effect

Create a Face Shattering Effect
Step 4 – Adding Depth to Holes Merge all the Holes layers. Right-click on the merged layer and choose Blending Options. Activate Bevel and Emboss, set the Style to Inner Bevel, Depth to 72%, Size to 5px, Soften to 0px, Angle to 0, Altitude to 50, Highlight Mode to Screen, Highlight Color to #DCA57E, Highlight Opacity to 100%, Shadow Mode to Multiply, Shadow Color to #000000 and Shadow Opacity to 75%. Leave the rest of settings as default.

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