How to Create a Chilling Portrait Manipulation for Halloween

How to Create a Chilling Portrait Manipulation for Halloween
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Step 43 – Fading

Used Gaussian blur to fade the selection. Go to filter – blur – Gaussian Blur. Put 150 of radius.
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Step 44 – The final touch.

If you think the image is looking way to dark. Press (Ctrl + T) To change the size of the layer. Make it Bigger until you get the desired result.
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Yay!!! That’s it, Hope you enjoy following this tutorial!!

Final Results

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About the Author

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I like to make tutorials because I think we all have to help each other to learn new things, and I share with you all the techniques I know, so I hope you get good results with this tutorial. You can check more of my art at: https://www.andygoth566.deviantart.com - Andrea García

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10 comments on “How to Create a Chilling Portrait Manipulation for Halloween”

  1. Me gusta el tutorial, el efecto es muy bueno. Pero deberías ser un poco mas especifica en ciertos pasos y resumir otros.
    En algunos quedaba en la duda de las capas que debía tomar o quedaban lagunas que explicabas mas tarde, de todas maneras gracias por el tutorial y a seguir mejorando siempre.

  2. the "texture" link leads to nothing and i dont know what the texture looks like so i can't even find an alternative. i do like the final picture it's interesting. but the tutorial is slightly hard to follow

  3. was not impressed with directions and had a hard time following. to make exact, i had to adjust against the directions to properly complete.

  4. There is a missing important part you forgot to put in between part 15 and 16. It doesn't explain how you got the eye sockets to be black, doesn't explain how you blended the outer skull bits with the skin, doesn't tell you that you also darkened the forhead

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