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Blending tutorial
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Post Post subject: Blending tutorial
Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 04:44 AM
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This is a video tutorial that I did a while back. There are 2 versions of it. One is large format high res and the other is a blurry little Youtube. If you can handle about 54mb of download, I recommend the big one. Those files are here:

Vid 1
Vid 2
Bird pic
Lion pic
Sorry about the size on those. I was new to the process and was having troubles with the compression settings


If those downloads are too much I'll post the YouTubes here also





Hope you enjoy these. Here is the finished picture.


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Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 09:19 AM
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I really enjoyed these, gotta few hints also Smile

Pretty easy to follow & always more than interesting to see how anothers do this.

I'm more than sure though that Jules will have summin to say re the eraser tool, that girl as someone once said can do brain surgery using that tool. Razz

I only not long ago found that magic mask button, b4 that I totally relied on the clone tool.

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Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 01:01 PM
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Thanks!

Lol@ Jules and brain surgery with the eraser. "Who's My Doctor!!!!!!"

OMG!!!

don't erase anything....pleeeeeeeez! I have to get a new job or I'll lose my house...j/k


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Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 03:04 PM
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Shocked Auggghhhhh.....I see masking!!!!! Shocked lol

Great tutorial......and super awesome result!

I don't use the smudge tool much....so that was a good idea for doing the hairy chin....I'm hopeless with hair.

And yes, people should use masking......for all the reasons you mentioned in the videos.......I'm just a non conformist.....in love with her eraser Razz

Where's that "lock" button? I didn't know about that one.....I hold down the control key (I think) when I am scaling a layer up or down (or is it the shift key....I forget)....is that kinda the same thing?

You have inspired me to open up PS and look PROPERLY at the controls, buttons etc.....(didn't know about the polygon lasso either.....geez I'm hopeless...lol)

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Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 09:12 PM
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I'm glad you enjoyed it and Jules, now that I think about it. There are a few things in my brain that I wouldn't mind having erased...permanently. Mr. Green

Lol, Its a small tut and I used all my nasty habits with the exception of constant keystrokes. I usually don't visit the toolbox with my cursor too much. They're just habits I keep cuz I need them on the big ones.

If I have a PSD that ends up 20 to 30 layers deep and takes several sessions, I want the option of going back to what I thought was right before, but now isn't working. The first minute of this section of my next tut shows why. I needed to move something, some undesirable background showed up and I refilled the mask. Didn't really need it in this project but I need it in so many others, its just the way I always do it.

The lock button maintains the aspect ratio to the original size. The shift key is good if you've distorted something and then need to resize. It will then maintain the current aspect ratio. Works either way. Just depends on your needs I guess. I keep it locked most the time.


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