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#25 bluester

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Posted 01 July 2009 - 03:49 AM

^Meron po akong keygen ng cs4 pero 'di ko alam kung gagana sa inyo. PM niyo na lang ako kung gusto niyo subukan.

ohh. sige po. try ko next time :T

#26 kristian l

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Posted 08 July 2009 - 11:19 AM

^Meron po akong keygen ng cs4 pero 'di ko alam kung gagana sa inyo. PM niyo na lang ako kung gusto niyo subukan.

ohh. sige po. try ko next time :T

hi mirk can also pm it to me..pls//

#27 kristian l

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Posted 08 July 2009 - 05:51 PM

Wer can i download brushes. Po??
Pahinge po link..

#28 mirk

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 03:13 AM

Wer can i download brushes. Po??
Pahinge po link..

Try this websites,

http://getbrushes.com/
http://inobscuro.com/brushes/

#29 kristian l

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:59 AM

pano po mag load ng mga brushes..?

#30 mirk

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 04:25 AM

pano po mag load ng mga brushes..?

Try right-clicking on your work, something will pop-out where you can choose what kind of brushes you'll use and also to set it's size(px). Beside the text field where you can set the brush size(px) there should be some kind of small circle with an arrow on it. Click it, there would be a list and there you'll find Load Brushes. Choose it, find your brushes and double-click it.

#31 kristian l

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Posted 12 July 2009 - 07:20 PM

pano po mag load ng mga brushes..?

Try right-clicking on your work, something will pop-out where you can choose what kind of brushes you'll use and also to set it's size(px). Beside the text field where you can set the brush size(px) there should be some kind of small circle with an arrow on it. Click it, there would be a list and there you'll find Load Brushes. Choose it, find your brushes and double-click it.

k thanks!
having so much fun making siggies!
heheh

#32 mirk

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Posted 31 July 2009 - 08:09 AM

Sharpening, Blending, Focusing Image, Shadow and Highlighting, Defining Brushes and Smart Blur. :)
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1. Open your image. Duplicate your Background Layer, set Blending Option to Soft Light.
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2. Choose your Background Layer, go to Filter>Sharpen>Sharpen. Choose your second layer, go to Image>Adjustments>Highlights/Adjustments. Set Shadows to 100%, Highlights to 100%. Then Duplicate your layer.
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3. Using the Pen Tool, select the area of the image you want to focus. Right Click the selected area, choose Make Selection, set Feather Radius to 0. Go to Select>Inverse. Create a New Layer, choose the Brush Tool and then choose a soft brush, mine would me 150 px. Change your Foreground color to black. Start brushing sides of your focusing image.
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4. Go to Select>Deselect. Set the blending option of your layer to Soft Light.
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5. Choose your Background Layer then go to Filter>Blur>Smart Blur. Set Radius to 3.0, Threshold to 12.0.

6. Duplicate your 4th layer - the layer which the Blending Option in set to Soft Light. Go to Filter>Sharpen>Sharpen.
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7. Define brushes by opening a new image file. 100x100, background to Transparent. Now select the Brush Tool and select a Hard Round brush. Make something like this:
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Now, go to Edit>Define Brush Preset, name it then click Ok.

8. Go back to your image, select Brush Tool, you can now select your premade brush in the brushes. Select it. Go to Window>Brushes, edit your brushes settings. Select Shape Dynamics, set Size Jitter, Angle Jitter, Roundness Jitter to 100% and others leave it as it is. Select Scattering, set Scatter to 300%. Create a New Layer, spread it on how you like it. Play with the Blending Options.
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9. Merge all your layers. Duplicate it, go to Filter>Sharpen>Sharpen and then set Opacity to 50%. Done. :)
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#33 bluester

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Posted 03 August 2009 - 01:40 AM

WOW! idol! :52sgThumb:

#34 gladysarah

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Posted 11 August 2009 - 03:46 AM

shux ! galing clap clap ..

#35 jenica_23

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Posted 12 September 2009 - 07:15 AM

ahm pano niyo po gnagawa un parang may ibang glow sa face?? un parang nagbobloom anu po un inaayos niyo??

sample un sa pic niyo po mirk un parang may ibang color na glow :D or blend po un or whatsoever :D ehhehe

gets nio po ba ?? ty :D :52sgThumb:

#36 mirk

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Posted 12 September 2009 - 07:29 AM

^Yung parang sa pic. ko po? You mean my signature? 'Di ko po nagets e. :)

Edited by mirk, 12 September 2009 - 07:30 AM.





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