Create a Chilling Abstract Using Photos and Textures

Create a Chilling Abstract Using Photos and Textures

Create a Chilling Abstract Using Photos and Textures
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On Levels layer mask I use soft black brush with low opacity (20-25%) to blur dark effect on the right:

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Final Results

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Tutorial by Jenny Le

avatar02Thank you for reading this tutorial, I hope it was useful for you. If you want to view my other arts and tutorials, you can follow me on Facebook or visit my website . Enjoy photoshopping!

- Jenny

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18 comments on “Create a Chilling Abstract Using Photos and Textures”

  1. Awesome tutorial. I like to do composites that are similar to this, but my process is a bit longer. I think you just showed me a few shortcuts, which is nice!

  2. I believe the purpose is not to have you use the same photo at all. It simply shows you how to do the effects, and you can then choose your own photos to edit.

  3. WHAT exactly is the purpose of trying to have us follow a tutorial with stock images that are not free?? Are we expected to purchase them JUST for the purpose of following this tutorial? I'm confused.

    1. Try to understand it from the writers view. I wish everything is free but bot everything is free on the web and often times the photos needed are not available free. The way I see tutorials is learn... but don't copy. The tutorial appears like it can be completed with a different model picture. Find a model picture on DeviantART or use Google.

    2. You don't have to use the photo they linked to. There are plenty of free stock photos and they work on this tutorial. The point is to learn not to copy.

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