76 Inverse selection (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + I). Create a new layer and press Q on keyboard to go to Quick Mask mode and add filter “Color Halftone” (Filter > Pixelate > Color Halftone…). Set settings like shown in image below (You can experiment with the values to achieve interesting results). 74 Again Inverse selection and fill it with black color (Cmd/Ctrl + Del). That’s it! 75

Final Results

That’s all, the tutorial is over. I hope you liked it and you will find a lot of interesting and useful for your creativity! Experiment and create! Thank you very much for your attention and good luck! final-results

Tutorial by Maria Semelevich.

profileThank you very much for taking the time to study this tutorial! I hope you benefited it! I wish all lucked in your future achievements! I thank the authors of resources for their excellent work and good quality! Thank you very much! If you have questions or need help, please contact me. I look forward to your feedback and creative works! You can contact me by e-mail – [email protected] or Facebook Deviantart Behance. I am open to suggestions and cooperation! With best wishes! – Maria Semelevich.
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Lisa Johnson

love it

Chinedu Hector

Nice one..enjoy ur tutorials..pls I have questions ..what does a vector mask do


Thank you, a cognitive a lesson )) the result from the by curves differs

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