Photoshop :: Realistic Textured WingsMay 22, 2006
I'd like to make realistic textured wings on photoshop.
I'd like to make realistic textured wings on photoshop.
how to put wings to this dog so it seems like he is about to fly.
Should draw the wings or try to find some to add as layers.
I need some high quality angel wings.
I tried drawing them, lots of times.
I'm trying to create angel wings for a grafic i am creating. as realistic as can be. if any one knows how to create this or knows of a tut that may help i'd appreciate it. i am using ps 6 by the way. not interested in payin for 7 yet.View 2 Replies View Related
make text with a texture(like rope or material for example)that curves and beb
nds with the letters giving the impression that the letters are made of the texture.
How do they produce a rough textured background like it this image...
Am I right in assuming some noise filters need be applied?
I would like to make a leather textured background. I know there is a way of doing this in Photoshop incorporating seamless Tiles. Is there anyone that might be able to walk me through the process or have any suggestions on how to develop a texture from scratch in Photoshop.View 1 Replies View Related
I want to make my text and pictures
knew of a method, filter, etc.
I could use to make my images appear as authentically destroyed.
I saw this image. how i could make an effect like this for my own website.View 2 Replies View Related
[CS4 bridge and PS] Is there some way to get a textured bkground when using the tools availabe in bridge at: Windows/workspace/output ? I see an area where I can set a color bkground (Document/background) but seem only possible to set solid colors.View 3 Replies View Related
Whenever making long strokes with ANY textured brushes (where the "Textures" feature is in use via Brush Presets), I get a horrible, horrible lag when making long brush strokes...Any other brush is fine, as long as its not textured. I have turned off OpenGL, have updated PS to 12.1, using two scratch disks, etc etc.
My computer is pretty beastly as I built it for high performance gaming (8 gigs RAM, Win7 Ultimate, SSD/HDD combo, Nvidia Geforce 560 TI, etc) so I am at a loss as to why I am experiencing this issue... I even tried rolling back my Wacom driver, but then I realized this doesn't matter since the lag still occurs when using a mouse as well. I could obviously un-tick the Textured feature, but that's not what I'm going for.
Strangely enough, I never experienced this problem when I was working on CS5 on a Vista computer with much less fancy parts in it. Could it be an issue with Windows 7 or CS5.1...?
I have attached an image of a butterfly with a broken effect on its wings. You can see the effect inside the marching ants. How do i get this kind of effect?View 2 Replies View Related
Having troubles tring to get the right text or anything that you can still make out the "M" in the logo i am making all the texts i have are not working and don't look like angel wings
Long story short mother and I are making a company and we have named it mGm Net/Lan Tring to make logo for it BC "G" Stands for my grandmother that passed away and "m"'s stand for the 2 of us... so tring to make the "m"'s seem like angel wings.. if i have placed this wrong or somthing let me know just need to find a text that can possible supply me with the results i am looking for..
Mother wants to pay someone but i want to do it on my own but don't have the text or skill to make it look like angel wings finding the right "M" angel wing
im working on airbrushing my first picture, and im doing it over a Black and white photo. And i was wondering, if anyone could help me with making the skin look more realistic?View 1 Replies View Related
I am an intermediate at Photoshop CS1, been using it for roughly 1.5 years on and off, however, I am finding it very hard to find any tutorials for realistic terrains for Photoshop.
This image (The arrival) is what I am trying to achieve. You can see that on the bottom of the picture are hills, moutains and grass - I have no idea with where to start to create something similar to this.
I am trying to master cutting out people from backgrounds (especially backgrounds which are a bit complicated - not solid colours). I know there are a number of ways and a number of tools to use, but which is best? The pen tool is great for smooth clean lines, but I struggle with hair and fur on objects. I know there is a more professional way of doing cut outs using Channels and curves and creating a mask.View 5 Replies View Related
I've been playing around with photoshop quite a bit these days and I can now make some image that I find really nice... But actually, I'd like to make my images more "Realistic" since they always looks like some drawn stuff.
To be more specific, I'd like to make the images I draw look more realist. For exemple, I draw some sunglasses yesterday, they were nice, but they had a pretty drawn look. Or another exemple, I tried to make a kind of game menu with a screen on the right side and the different parts on the left side, just as if it was a true game menu. To get it a little bit realist, I had to take a metalic wall already made and use it... Also, the effects were not really good looking IMO.
So actually, I don't have a good idea concerning where should I start for this "Realistic path". I searched some tutorials on the web, but the results were not really what I can call "Good tutorials", lack of explanation is a curse.