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#1 mirk

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 03:39 AM

Boring kasi ang buhay ko kaya gumawa ako nito. :lol:
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1. Open a new document size 500x220(File>New). Set it as transparent.

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2. Open the image you want. In my case, I use this image.

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Drag the image on your 1st document and fit it with the position you want.

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3. Go to Image>Adjustment>Color Balance and apply the numbers as below.

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Now this is what we have:

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4. Duplicate (Ctrl-J) your image. Now we're working on the copy layer. Go to Image>Adjustment >Gradient Map and do as below:

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5. Then duplicate that copy layer. On first copy layer, change Blend Option to Overlay and on second copy layer; change Blend Option to Screen, Opacity 72%. Make sure Overlay layer is below Screen layer. This is what we have:

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6. Create new layer and fill it with #1e1c69. Then change its Blend Mode to Screen.

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7. Merge your layers by Ctrl-Shift-E or go to Layers>Merge Visible.

8. Duplicate your layer; Now we're working on your copy layer. Go to Filter>Blur>Radial Blur and set radius 10-20px. You can set whatever number you want. Then change Blend Mode of copy layer to Multiply. If you want a darker picture, you can duplicate it again or as many as you want.

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This is my result with one time duplicating.

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9. Merge your layers then create a new treansparent layer and place it below your image. Download this brushes (Extract it using WinRar, 7-zip, etc). Go to your image and erase sides of it. Use this brush to do it:

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10. Apply color balance acording to your taste. Go to Image>Adjustment>Color Balance, in my case I use the settings below:

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Here's my result:

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11. Add designs and done. Save it as .PNG file.

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Pasensya na po medyo magulo. First time ko po kasi. :)

#2 dansarah4ever

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 03:41 AM

thank you kuya mirk!!
galing!!! :45sgWohoo:

#3 erisse

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 03:51 AM

wow nmn kuya... may ganito ka na ahh... :lolz:

tnx 4 sharing ur talents pow...

tlgang prof ka tlga... :lolz:

#4 Taski

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 04:37 AM

huwow CS4,.... ^_^
ma try nga ito.,
salamat po sa tutorial :D

#5 gladysarah

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 06:40 PM

tenkz 4 sharing po..
yey .. kso
idodownload qu pa
cs4 ..

#6 celeste

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 06:48 PM

galing naman ni mj! worship

help me naman kung paano makakahanap ng cs4 na may license.

baka kasi sakaling may alam ka.

hehe. paki-pm sa kin ha if meron. :lol:

nireformat kahaon computer namin eh.

#7 baletletkulet

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 11:05 PM

Boring kasi ang buhay ko kaya gumawa ako nito. :lol:
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Graphic Tips
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1. Open a new document size 500x220(File>New). Set it as transparent.

Posted Image

2. Open the image you want. In my case, I use this image.

Posted Image

Drag the image on your 1st document and fit it with the position you want.

Posted Image

3. Go to Image>Adjustment>Color Balance and apply the numbers as below.

Posted Image

Posted Image

Posted Image

Now this is what we have:

Posted Image

4. Duplicate (Ctrl-J) your image. Now we're working on the copy layer. Go to Image>Adjustment >Gradient Map and do as below:

Posted Image

Posted Image

5. Then duplicate that copy layer. On first copy layer, change Blend Option to Overlay and on second copy layer; change Blend Option to Screen, Opacity 72%. Make sure Overlay layer is below Screen layer. This is what we have:

Posted Image

6. Create new layer and fill it with #1e1c69. Then change its Blend Mode to Screen.

Posted Image

7. Merge your layers by Ctrl-Shift-E or go to Layers>Merge Visible.

8. Duplicate your layer; Now we're working on your copy layer. Go to Filter>Blur>Radial Blur and set radius 10-20px. You can set whatever number you want. Then change Blend Mode of copy layer to Multiply. If you want a darker picture, you can duplicate it again or as many as you want.

Posted Image

This is my result with one time duplicating.

Posted Image

9. Merge your layers then create a new treansparent layer and place it below your image. Download this brushes (Extract it using WinRar, 7-zip, etc). Go to your image and erase sides of it. Use this brush to do it:

Posted Image

10. Apply color balance acording to your taste. Go to Image>Adjustment>Color Balance, in my case I use the settings below:

Posted Image

Posted Image

Posted Image

Here's my result:

Posted Image

11. Add designs and done. Save it as .PNG file.

Posted Image
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Pasensya na po medyo magulo. First time ko po kasi. :)


WOW.... Yes nmn... galing nmn... can i do this also sa CS2?? hehehe or CS3??
thanks for sharing your beautiful talent kuya mirk.. :52sgThumb:

#8 mirk

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 11:19 PM

Wala pong anuman sa lahat. :lol:

^Yes ate let, pwede yan sa cs2 o cs3. Nagkataon lang cs4 gamit ko. :)

Edited by mirk, 21 May 2009 - 05:42 AM.


#9 keroppee

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Posted 19 May 2009 - 03:11 AM

TNX MIRK!...GALING TLGA NG MGA POPSTER SUPER TALENTED..

#10 mirk

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 05:42 AM

Colorful text effect
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1. Open a document 400x300 in size - the size actually depends on you, somtimes you just can put the text over an image.

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2. Use the text tool and type - the text must be a bit bold.

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3. Create a new layer. Use the Elliptical Marquee Tool while holding shift to create multiple circles across the text and color it using the Paint Bucket Tool.

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4. Create a new layer and do the same step.

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And again:

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5. Go back to your text layer then Select>Load Selection>Ok.

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6. Ctrl+Shift+I to reverse the selection. Now select your first layer and press delete. Repeat the same step in the second layer and in third.

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7. Go back to your second layer and set it's blend to Multiply.

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8. Go to your third layer and set it's blend to Linear Burn.

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9. Go back to your text layer and set it's Fill to 0%

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10. Create a new layer; Use Custom Shape Tool and draw this.

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Adding additional effects(optional):
11. Right click layer and select Blending Options, adjust Gradient Overlay to Style: Radial, Gradient to these settings.

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12. Set it's opacity to 30% and Fill to 0%.

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Done:

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Let's try it over an image.

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#11 maulng

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 06:00 AM

ang galing!!! sana po magpost pa po kayo nang mga tutorials..

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 02:13 AM

Boring kasi ang buhay ko kaya gumawa ako nito. :lol:
--
Graphic Tips
--
1. Open a new document size 500x220(File>New). Set it as transparent.

Posted Image

2. Open the image you want. In my case, I use this image.

Posted Image

Drag the image on your 1st document and fit it with the position you want.

Posted Image

3. Go to Image>Adjustment>Color Balance and apply the numbers as below.

Posted Image

Posted Image

Posted Image

Now this is what we have:

Posted Image

4. Duplicate (Ctrl-J) your image. Now we're working on the copy layer. Go to Image>Adjustment >Gradient Map and do as below:

Posted Image

Posted Image

5. Then duplicate that copy layer. On first copy layer, change Blend Option to Overlay and on second copy layer; change Blend Option to Screen, Opacity 72%. Make sure Overlay layer is below Screen layer. This is what we have:

Posted Image

6. Create new layer and fill it with #1e1c69. Then change its Blend Mode to Screen.

Posted Image

7. Merge your layers by Ctrl-Shift-E or go to Layers>Merge Visible.

8. Duplicate your layer; Now we're working on your copy layer. Go to Filter>Blur>Radial Blur and set radius 10-20px. You can set whatever number you want. Then change Blend Mode of copy layer to Multiply. If you want a darker picture, you can duplicate it again or as many as you want.

Posted Image

This is my result with one time duplicating.

Posted Image

9. Merge your layers then create a new treansparent layer and place it below your image. Download this brushes (Extract it using WinRar, 7-zip, etc). Go to your image and erase sides of it. Use this brush to do it:

Posted Image

10. Apply color balance acording to your taste. Go to Image>Adjustment>Color Balance, in my case I use the settings below:

Posted Image

Posted Image

Posted Image

Here's my result:

Posted Image

11. Add designs and done. Save it as .PNG file.

Posted Image
--
Pasensya na po medyo magulo. First time ko po kasi. :)


wow!! galing poh!! heheh..

pede poh mahingi ung original picture nung
ginamit nyo pong pic?? salamat poh.. :)




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