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Step 27 - Put the second fish in the bulb
Open the photo with the second Nemo fish and pick from the menu Pen Tool (P). With the Pen tool make a new path like in the photo. Right-click and select Make Selection and set father 0,5px and press Ctrl+C to copy the fish.
Press Ctrl+V to paste the fish in the document. Go to Edit > Free Transform or press Ctrl + T and make it smaller
Ctrl+Click on the thumbnail of the second Nemo fish and click on the aqua reflection layer and press Ctrl+C and take a piece. Paste the texture pressing Ctrl+V and set Blending Mode of the texture on Screen and Opacity 65%
Open the photo with the starfish, select from menu Pen Tool (P), and make a new path like in the photo. Right-click and select Make Selection and set father 0,5px and press Ctrl+C to copy the starfish.
Press Ctrl+V to paste the starfish in the document. Go to Edit > Free Transform or press Ctrl + T and make it smaller and set the Opacity at 62%
Ctrl+Click on the thumbnail of the starfish layer and move the selection with 1px down.
Make a new layer under the layer with starfish and press Shift+D or go to Edit > Fill and select from menu Black and press OK. Set the layer Opacity at 29%
Step 32 - Make the lightbulb shinier
Hide all the layers besides the one with the bulb. Pick Pen Tool (P) from the menu and make a new path like in the image. Right-click and select make selection with father 0,5px . Go to Layer > New > Layer via Copy or press Ctrl+J and move the copy above all of the layers.
Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and use the settings in the image below. Set Blending Mode of the layer to Overlay and Opacity at 20%
Press Ctrl+Click on the thumbnail of the previous layer to select the lightbulb and go to Edit > Fill or press Shift+F5, select from menu Color, and put this color #808080.
Right-click on this layer and select Blending Option, set the Fill Opacity at 0%.
Go to Gradient Overlay and make new Gradient with these settings.
Set Blend Mode of the Gradient on Overlay, Opacity 50%, Style Radial, set Gradient on Reverse, Angle 90 degrees and Scale at 97%
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I think the steps should be more detailed for example, try giving better pictures and deeper instructions for beginners.
Great concept and artwork but the tutorial writing needs improvement. More effort describing each step would help.
This tutorial was slightly confusing, but by the end I got the hang of it. Thanks, the results were impressive!
I am a graphic designer so I just ended up using this as a basic guideline since following these directions was getting confusing. I do like the result though. Thanks for the tut.
Chitea...a mí me gustó ,estás en todos los detalles justo para personas que están aprendiendo como yo.Te felicito.(desde mar del plata (argentina)
The spelling in this is awful. It's very confusing and doesn't always make a lot of sense.
This is terrible . He calls the layers by different names the whole time, its inconsistent, confusing, and pretty vague. This tutorial will drive you crazy.
I was lost llike 5 or 6 times...it started off okay then it just got awful...wasted hours trying to do this smh.