Zombie Verwnadeln

For Photoshop beginners – face in zombie turn with these 10 easy-to-understand steps can 5.5 Suite using Photoshop from Adobe CS Design Premium, each face transform into a zombie. Step 1 the right source material In the context of the preparations for the upcoming transformation”in a realistic zombie look, it is important to choose a suitable photograph already presented much of the face to transforming the composition here. So portrait photos are most likely, to most effectively apply the following steps. Still, you need a suitable texture that should be combined with the photo in the later stages as an effect. Wall, tree rinden-, or stone textures, which are also already integrated into Photoshop in modified form are here. Step 2 image layer duplicate open your photo and lift by a double click on the background layer whose fixation on, so that they can be edited now. Then duplicate the layer with the Right-click on the blue marked level and select the level command in the context menu duplicate “out. “Step 3 change contrast select the newly created level and and edit them with the command setting screen”? Adjustment”? “” Saturation decrease “and set the blending mode to vivid light”.

“” “In the connection, select the burn”or Dodge”from the tool bar on the face the corresponding contrasts and thus a crucial basis for the later zombie look” to generate. The two tools should be applied sensitively depending on the personal assessment. It is advisable here, more to obscure than to brighten up the area of the eyes. Step 4 use of the texture create now a new level and load the texture to be used set the mode it to vivid light”. Now please select the command adjustments”? Auto contrast”. The remaining visible, hard boundaries between the two areas will be removed in the next step. If he likes you see this little tutorial you Adobe Desing premium CS5.5 suite on uni Mall contact for unbeatable 319,-stand 20.09.2011 step 5 course produce add a layer mask to the texture level by clicking on the mask’s thumbnail in the layers palette.