Turn any photo into a dot grid artwork with these Photoshop actions. You'll get great results with dots that change size. They get larger in brighter areas and smaller in darker areas. Free download available.
Invert the layer then convert into Smart Object.
Rotate the texture place it below the girl's foot.
Change the blend mode to Screen. That eliminates the blacks
Make a copy of the paint layer and place behind the girl. You need to rotate it.
Make a few more copies of the same layer and arrange them intuitively.
Copy the other portion of the texture.
Paste the copied portion in the main file. Invert it. Make it a Smart Object.
Resize and change the blend mode to "Screen".
Open up the fire stock image. Select and copy some of the flames.
Switch back to the main file. Paste the flames.
Slightly increase the black levels using the Levels Adjustment layer.
Hide the edges with Layer Mask. Use a round soft brush to paint out the edges.
Send the fire layer back to the girl layer.
Change the blend mode to "Screen". Reduce the opacity if you feel required.
Open paint splatter image. Copy a piece from it.
Paste and invert the layer.
You may need to rotate it slightly. Set the blend mode to "Screen".
Copy another chunk from the same image.
Invert and set the blend mode to "Screen".
Open up the plant image. Select the leaf using the Pen Tool.
Copy and paste it into the main file. Convert it into Smart Object.
Great, thanks for all the helpful info!
DONT KNOE HOW 2 USE IT
Way too hard for me :(.. But nice tutorial anyway
Thank you so much for your simple and clear tutorial. As a newbie to PS, I didn't know that the blend to screen feature can be so useful! Thank you!!! ;-)
also goalkeeper silhouette is missed. and Steps mess. Step 31 goes after Step 20. Author should be more careful.
Thank you for the comment - I really appreciate you pointing out the errors! I've fixed the steps but there were some stock images link that I couldn't find the links to. It appears that the author does not have links to some of the resources and recommends that you find your own.
Few stock images are missed. I think you should include every stock image that you used in Resources section.
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