How to Create an Amazing Mixed Media Poster in Photoshop

I added a couple of color spots with the brush tool.
Add the below pattern from auto shapes palette. Modify it.
Add some lines using the Line Tool. Maintain the 45 degree angle.
Finally add Title. That's pretty much it. Press Ctrl+0 and take a sight at the design. Should you feel anything needs a change or to be added feel free to do it, and try to be creative.

Final Results


Tutorial by Niranth M

profileI am a Graphic / Web Designer and a wannabe VFX artist. Hope you learned something and had fun reading this tutorial. Thank you for following this tutorial. - niranth
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28 comments on “How to Create an Amazing Mixed Media Poster in Photoshop”

  1. Thank you for this tutorials. I get some problems in step 8. I change the blend mode to Multiply and duplicate the head layer and invert it. But it't not work. It becomes draker. I try many ways. But it dosn't show like that.

  2. I loved this tutorial. Some parts were hard to understand but searching for the answer got me more familiar with Photoshop. The only thing i really didn't like was the section where you make a blend in Illustrator. I don't know enough about the program to know how to do that. I had to leave it out because I couldn't figure it out. A little more detail on that part would really help. Other than that, great job. Thank you

  3. Amazing! I am a beginner in photoshop and I was able to create an exact look alike thanks to your tutorial!

  4. SUCH! an interesting and informal tutorial, I know so much more now and first thing tomorrow will design my own version of this and try and expand upon techniques. Brilliant! Thanks for all your effort in preparing this.

  5. I enjoyed your tutorial. A few of the steps were confusing as I am learning some of the tools. A few things were not explained, like having to take off the multiply blend mode from the second male head so the invert worked. All in all very nice job!

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