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How to Make a Dark, Post-Apocalyptic City Illustration

How to Make a Dark, Post-Apocalyptic City Illustration
In this tutorial, we'll change a full of sunshine, ordinary photograph into a gloomy image of the world after destruction of mankind. Using simple tools, we'll turn lively streets into abandoned ruins overgrown with weeds. A number of stock images and a few little tricks will let us optimize our work and make this job more interesting and spectacular. So let's go! Final Image Preview Take a look at the image we'll be creating. Preparation All the photos I've used are taken from the stock.xchng site. Step 1 Open the city image, which you intend to use, and save it under a different name. Step 2 Now, in order to create the appearance of destruction, several actions need to be taken. Step 3 Open the flag image, and separate the flag from the background. Select the Eraser Tool (large size and hardness set at 0%) and remove the side part of the flag. Finally, make the image monochromatic (Image > Adjustments > Black & White). Step 4 Place the flag onto the surface of the main image. Step 5 Step 6

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How To Create a Post Apocalyptic Photo Manipulation In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a post apocalyptic manipulation using adjustment layers, vector masks, and some special effects. Let's get started! Take a look at the image we'll be creating. You can view the final image preview below or a larger version here. In this tutorial, we'll create the final image using mostly pictures I took. Creating a Touching Story Scene in Photoshop I worked on this illustration especially for you with Ciursa Ionut, he is the founder of PSDBURN where he writes Photoshop tutorials. He started working in Photoshop many years ago when he began to utilize this great tool all the time. In this tutorial, you are going to create a story scene using photo manipulation and a lot of color adjustments. Final Image Preview

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Photo Manipulate a Falling Angel Final Image As always, this is the final image that we’ll be creating: Step 1 Create a new document (600X700px). Paste in a rough looking texture. I chose one of the ‘color fog’ textures available right here at PSDFAN. How to Create a Flying Land Illustration On Fire This tutorial is a collaboration with a good friend of mine with Ciursa Ionut. This tutorial is about creating a fantasy illustration using some dragon images and a few cliffs for creating the land. We also add lava and fiery effects. So, let's get fired-up for this one! Final Image Preview Take a look at the image we'll be creating.

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