and this psd is one of them

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Emily Deschanel & David Boreanaz - BTS vs Scenes (s1-7)

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GIFSET MEME: Parallels - The Rickshank Redemption, Summer and Rick

Grandpa Rick must have some secret lab, right? With, like, laser guns and jets packs and a space tank! And we can go break him out of prison! Look at these dead flies! Maybe if we arrange them in a certain order, it plays a hologram! Or it opens a secret door!

Requested by Anonymous

anonymous asked:

hi!! i just wanted to know, when you paint, and you've done your blk/white values, how are you switching to color? a new layer with like Overlay settings or?? and then you paint on top of that right (but when i paint on top of layer settings and merge later, it loses the effect..)?

This example is from the WIP files of Morrigan here but it’s the process I pretty much apply to any digital painting I do. Here’s how my layer sets tend to look like (I color coded them just for u anon):

Breaking it down, first I have my b&w painting that I’ve usually done in a separate psd file (because if I keep it all in one file it gets kinda messy and difficult to manage after a while) and merged together and ported into a new file for coloring.

Then it’s just a matter of coloring stuff in and messing with blending modes until it looks nice. And yes you can’t merge alpha layers (i.e. any transparency) set to different blending modes because the mode will default to none and you’ll get some funky results. keep those on their respective layers. leave em alone. don’t touch em.

And then I make a new separate set of layers on top to get some more painting action goin on. Try different things to see what works best for you, but I find this sorta three-tier process pretty easy and natural to follow.

how to create aesthetic graphics

(a tutorial by rihleymatthews) 

so, many people requested me a tutorial on these (x and x) graphics, and since they are not hard at all to create, i decided to try explaining to you guys how they come to life. 

WARNING: this is a long and detailed tutorial. Please keep in mind I tried to show all the tricks I normally use for these graphics, so some steps are optional or extra.

you’ll need: 

  • basic to medium photoshop knowledge (such as cropping, blending and shadowing)
  • a concept (a tv show, a character, something you can pick objects to represent them or their porsonality)
  • patience, a lot of patience. 

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So @complainaboutfruitcake​ sent me this unedited screenshot. Thank you!

I suck at explaining things in english but I will try lol!

1. Here is the unedited screenshot! Pretty! now let’s edit it!

2. First I use Select > Color Range

3. I select the sky!

4. I add solid color or gradient. For this photo I will add a gradient.

5. Here is the gradient I chose, you can google many gradients out there or come up with one! 

6. the foreground does not match the sky, so let’s use color balance and other adjustment layers!

7. Here is how I did mine you can play around with selective color and color balance (its not shown sorry lol)

8. Almost finish! Let’s add some elements like clouds and stars! :)

9. Now add a psd! I use keyloh’s pixel pop!

10. Get creative! I made mine into a gif!

That’s all! Thank you again @complainaboutfruitcake for the screenshot. Also keyloh for the psd! Tag me in your edits! i would love to see them! 

WELCOME TO THE MONSTER FACTORY

G.A.R.F.I.E.L.D.

i am cyber garfield. i am your internet. where’s the lasagna?  is it over there?  is is over there?  where’s that zaa?  ERASING ALL LASAGNA. EATING ALL LASAGNA JPEGS. I AM CYBERFIELD. I AM CYBERFIELD, YOU WILL BECOME ONE OF US. DELETING ALL CYBER PNGS OF LASAGNA. EATING THEM FOR CYBER FUEL.

Instagram PSD Tutorial: How To Use & Basic Help

So I’ve had a handful of people recently asking for help on how to achieve the results I did. As a novice once myself I understand how confusing things like PSDs and clipping masks can be so I’ve organised this (hopefully helpful) tutorial on how I did this graphic. I hope that after this you don’t have any more questions but if you do feel free to bother me with them, I don’t mind one bit! I’ll try my best. Please reblog/like if you found this helpful.

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anonymous asked:

Love all the backgrounds so far!! Do you happen to have the lineart for any of them? It'll be cool to see how the colors and glowy stuff you do enhance the drawings. Sorry English is not my native language.

hello, thank you! i only have one bg saved as a psd, here’s a comparison. unfortunately i don’t know who the layout artist is!

one of our wonderful layout artists tommy scott also posted some concepts and linework he did for episode one here!

p.s. your english is great :)

well, im making this because i don’t want you beginners to be like me, annoying all my tumblr friends and overall practically ripping my hair out trying to make literally anything in photoshop

so i’ve compiled a list of all my short tricks that will make learning how to use photoshop, a hell of a lot easier

resources will be at the bottom!

PLEASE LIKE AND/OR REBLOG IF YOU FOUND THIS USEFUL

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Here we are, with this new tutorial of mine. This is like my third tutorial about my icons, since I’ve improved a lot and I’m happy that people would like to know my way of doing so let’s start!

WHAT YOU NEED

  • A bit of photoshop vocabulary knowledge
  • Being a bit able to make icons (I think it is very difficult to start making icons, it requires a lot of time and dedication, seriously at least for me LOL)
  •  Photoshop!
  • Don’t use this tutorial if you want to recreate a tutorial like this(?), just use it as a base for your icons, piece of advice to make your own icons, since that some things that I learnt was thanks to other tutorials from youtube and Tumblr, that I really thank a lot. Some Others were thanks to my lil creativity, and the fact that I love experimenting things

So, okay we can start then!!

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