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Double Exposure Cut-Out Tutorial
or how to make this:
(seriously the title is totally improvised no idea how to call it! i was just asked by a lovely someone to make a tutorial about it!)
Empty Lines Gif Tutorial
I‘m going to be doing a gif tutorial on how to make a gif with empty space, or white lines, in it. I’ll be making this one as an example:
The goal is to make it look like your chosen person or object is hovering outside the white barrier lines, creating a floating effect.
For this tutorial, you’ll need Photoshop and a decent set of skills and knowledge of how PS works.
Coloring Tutorial (◕‿◕✿)
requested by ughmoriarty
basically this is a photoshop tutorial on how to color like this graphic:
this is my very first tutorial about anything ever so please bear with me and i apologize in advance if at the end of this tutorial you barely understood anything but i swear i tried i really did!!!
*i use photoshop cs5 btw!!!
HOW TO MAKE FLOWER CROWN EDITS
It doesn’t take me as long to make them as it took for me to write this is what’s really sad.
Watercolor Silhouette Tutorial
How to make a watercolor silhouette graphic (tutorial done in CS6):
How to draw rain in Photoshop
First of all, you will need photoshop, obviously.
Open up your image, the one you’ll be using to put rain on top of.
Select the brush tool
Make sure the colour selected is WHITE
This part is very important. MAKE A NEW LAYER.
Start drawing diagonal lines onto the canvas. Doesn’t matter how neat or messy they are. Just draw lines like this all over the canvas, (make sure they are all pointing in the same direction though)
When you’ve done that, click Filter, Blur, and then Motion Blur.
Make sure the angle dial is pointing in the same direction as the white lines you drew. You can adjust the blur amount here too by using the slider.
I advise you change the opacity of the rain layer as well. Rain IRL is hard to see very clearly, so I’d say move the opacity way down than to what it is right now. Maybe somewhere around 20%.
And that’s how you can get a realistic rain effect in Photoshop. C: