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Create an Intense “Blade Runner” Inspired Composition With Shattered Glass and Bullets

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Step 44

By the same principle (see previous steps), I put the other variants of fragments. In this step, I used glass fragments ? 1, 2, 5, 7. The pictures show what layers arranged as their location in the group (sequence).
Glass fragments ? 1 (Duplicate 2 times).

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Glass fragments ? 2 (Duplicate 1 times).

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Glass fragments ? 5

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Glass fragments ? 7 (Duplicate 3 times).

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Glass fragments ? 5 (Duplicate 2 times).

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Step 45

Here is a picture with all layers.

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Step 46

Create another group (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ G). Place the glass fragments ? 6 on floor there. Duplicate glass fragments 7 times (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ J). Place them throughout the site with bullet holes. Change the size of some of the fragments, making them a bit more.

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Step 47

Duplicate group (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ J) with glass fragments ? 6. Moreover, use Move Tool (V) to move it forward a bit closer to the darkest part. Look as shown in the figure.

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Step 48

Now add a large flying glass fragments. Go to File > Place… and select file with glass fragments ? 6. Create another group (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ G) name it “Big glass”. Place the file there. Make them big, transforming them (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ T).

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Step 49

Duplicate glass fragments (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ J) and locate duplicate in the upper left corner.

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Step 51

Now select these two layers and duplicate them. Flip Horizontal duplication layers, go to Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal. Place them in the right part of the picture.

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Step 52

Select all 4 layers (hold Shift) and duplicate them (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ J).

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Then combine duplicate 4 layers one layer. To do this go to Layer > Merge layers or the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ E.

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Step 53

Now, create the effect of flying glass. To do this, applicable the effect “Pinch”. Go to Filter > Distort > Pinch… and apply Amount: 50%. Click Ok.

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Here’s how it looks. Blurred layer must be below all the other layers with big glass.

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Step 54

Here is the whole picture at this stage.

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Step 55

Now add two adjustment layers to a group with glass fragments. The first layer is a photo filter. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Photo Filter… or click on the adjustment layer icon in the Layers.

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Set the settings: Filter: Cooling Filter (82). Density: 39.

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Step 56

Next adjustment layers is Brightness/Contrast… Set the settings: Brightness: 82. Contrast: -50.

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Step 57

How to combat fiction without weapons element? I thought that the bullets would be a good addition to the picture. I will not describe as I did one of the bullets, what you’ve downloadedJ, because it is very tedious and time consuming. Take advantage of my works, if you want :) Now get to work! Go to File > Place… and select file with bullets.

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Step 58

Transform the bullet so that the big bullet half went beyond picture and add a mask to this layer.

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Step 59

Use the Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar. Set it to the following settings: Size: 100px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 100% flow: 100% and remove the excess Bullet unnecessary. Especially pay attention to the model. It should be bullets.

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Step 60

Add to layer with bullets adjustment layer Black & White… with settings as shown in Figure.

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Step 61

Now add to this layer black vignette. Take Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) on the toolbar and draw a large ellipse. Invert the selection (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ Shift +I) to what you see in Figure.

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