ay ang cute! thanks sa tutorials kuya mj!
Colorful text effect
1. Open a document 400x300 in size - the size actually depends on you, somtimes you just can put the text over an image.
2. Use the text tool and type - the text must be a bit bold.
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.
4. Create a new layer and do the same step.
5. Go back to your text layer then Select>Load Selection>Ok.
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.
7. Go back to your second layer and set it's blend to Multiply.
8. Go to your third layer and set it's blend to Linear Burn.
9. Go back to your text layer and set it's Fill to 0%
10. Create a new layer; Use Custom Shape Tool and draw this.
Adding additional effects(optional):
11. Right click layer and select Blending Options, adjust Gradient Overlay to Style: Radial, Gradient to these settings.
12. Set it's opacity to 30% and Fill to 0%.
Let's try it over an image.
Posted 28 May 2009 - 08:25 PM
Posted 15 June 2009 - 07:07 AM
1. Open an image with a person(solo) in it. In my case i choose this.
2. Use any cutting tools and get the person out off the background.
3. Open your original image then put it under the layer which the background was removed.
4. Choose Brush Tool. Download this brush and load it.
- Create a new layer under the layer which the background was removed. Pick this brush.
- Brush it on your new layer like this.
5. Create a new layer over the layer which the background was removed.
- Download this brush(this is different from the other one) and load it.
- Set your foreground color to #c6eaf9.
- Choose any brush from what you downloaded and brush it in your new layer.
6. Pick Smudge Tool and choose this brush, make sure its 60 px.
- Go to Window>Brushes, set option to:
- Duplicate the layer which the background was removed. Pick this brush. Rechoose the layer which the background was removed not the duplicate layer. Start smudging on the edge of your lady how to have something like this:
Change it's color mode to Color Dodge.
- Duplicate the duplicate layer. Smudge its edges. Change color mode to Soft Light.
7. Go to menu Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Gradient Map.Pick any gradient you feel it suitable to your image. Change its color mode to Overlay, Opacity to 70%.
8. Create a new layer top of every layer. Foreground color #c6eaf9. Use Paint Bucket Tool and fill the new layer. Change color mode to Soft Light.
Posted 15 June 2009 - 11:38 PM
Posted 17 June 2009 - 06:43 AM
Posted 17 June 2009 - 07:56 AM
wow!! galing poh!! heheh..
pede poh mahingi ung original picture nung
ginamit nyo pong pic?? salamat poh..
To those who appreciated it, thanks and you are all welcome po. I'll try my best to post more. I think I'll go for the basics first for the newbies in APS just for them to cope up.
Edited by mirk, 17 June 2009 - 08:01 AM.
Posted 29 June 2009 - 02:05 AM
Abstract Brushes(I've made something like this before. But haven't had a chance to remember how. )
Download Ultimate Brush Pack Here.
1. Create a new Document Image 400x300.
2. Set Foreground color to #752341. Select Soft Brush Tool, set it's size to 500px. Paint it in a New Layer.
3. Create a New Layer. Select some of the grundgy brushes, set Foreground color to #FF99B4 and use them in your New Layer. Set it's blending mode to Soft Light.
4. Set your Foreground color to #FED2DD and repeat the step above in a New Layer.
5. Create a New Layer layer again. Identify a center point on the document and find those brushes that stretch out in various directions. We will need to make these shapes look as they diverging out from the same point. Set you Foreground color to #000000 and use those brushes in different sizes as shown below.
6. Create a New Layer. Use the same gundgy brushes, paint a few spots of Blue around.
7. Create a New Layer. Repeat step 5 but this time with other brushes and Foreground color to #E25884 and leaving the blend mode to Normal.
8. Create a New Layer. Set Foreground color to #FFFFFF. Choose the brushes to wish to be glowing on your subject and paint them in the layer.
9. Right-click on the layer and select Blending Options. Activate Outer Glow and mode to Color Dodge with a color #FF0000 size 30px.
10. Try repeating step 9 for more nice results.
11. How can we use this for an image? For me I open a new Document Image ww400x300 with a transparent background. Find an standing human image. Of course, always SG(FTW).
12. Put your image between the layers not above all the layers to have nice results. Don't forget that you can still edit or move the layers so do it if needed. You can now delete your Background White Layer. Add something in your image for it to look good. I added a solid white shadow and a duplicate layer with a Blending Mode of Soft light in my image.
13. Remember step number 5? Change the Blending Mode of the layer in step 5 to Soft Light.
14. Finish it by merging your layers. Predefine your image using either Image>Adjustments>Color Balance or Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation. Add text. Save it as .PNG or .GIF file. Done.
Here are some of our results.
Edited by mirk, 02 July 2009 - 07:27 AM.
Posted 29 June 2009 - 04:22 AM
Hinanap ko po yung dati kong ginawa. Which is somehow different.
Posted 30 June 2009 - 05:31 AM
weeeeeeeeee. parang gusto ko ulit magCS4. kaya lang expired na
Posted 30 June 2009 - 05:36 AM
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