How to Create a Creepy Radioactive Water Scene in Photoshop

How to Create a Creepy Radioactive Water Scene in Photoshop

Step 15

Next, Go to File > Place and open Bubbles stock photo. Place it and position the image with the transform tool (Ctrl / Cmd + T). Hold Alt + Shift and resterize like image below. Create layer mask and use Brush Tool(B) Soft Round with foreground color black and start painting left corner like as image below. Blend mode change to Hard Light.

Step 16

Go to File > Place and open Texture, place it and position the image with the transform tool (Ctrl / Cmd + T). Hold Alt + Shift and resterize like image below. In Photoshop CC only hold Alt to resterize al sides together. Blend mode change from Normal to Soft Light with Opacity 50%. Now we’re done with Underwater and need to blend with the rest of the picture. In the next couple of steps we will use a little more Adjustment Layers.

Step 17

Now select four Underwater photos and put in group (Ctrl/Cmd + G) and add Adjustment Layer "Gradient Map" with blend mode Multiply.

Step 18

Add Adjustment Layer "Gradient Map" Blend mode set to Soft Light with Opacity 90%.

Step 19

Add Adjustment Layer "Color Lookup" 3DLUT Filet select "Bleach Bypass"

Step 20

Add Adjustment Layer "Selective Color"

Step 21

Add Adjustment Layer "Levels"

Step 22

Add Adjustment Layer "Brightness/Contrast"

Step 23

Add Adjustment Layer "Gradient Map" Blend mode change from Normal to Color Dodge.

Step 24

Add Adjustment Layer "Gradient Map" Blend mod change to Soft Light with Opacity 50%

Step 25

Now, go to File > Open and select Skeleton. Then use a Pen Tool(P) and start selecting. When we finish the selection press right click on mouse and “Make Selection” then create layer mask..The simplest path you can draw with the standard Pen tool is a straight line, made by clicking the Pen tool to create two anchor points. By continuing to click, you create a path made of straight line segments connected by corner points.
  • Select the Pen tool.
  • Position the Pen tool where you want the straight segment to begin, and click to define the first anchor point (do not drag).
  • Click again where you want the segment to end
  • Continue clicking to set anchor points for additional straight segments.
  • The last anchor point you add always appears as a solid square, indicating that it is selected. Previously defined anchor points become hollow, and deselected, as you add more anchor points
  • Complete the path by doing one of the following:
  • To close the path, position the Pen tool over the first (hollow) anchor point. A small circle appears next to the Pen tool pointer  when it is positioned correctly. Click or drag to close the path.
  • To leave the path open, Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) anywhere away from all objects. To leave the path open, you can also select a different tool.
Feather Radius set to 0px and check Anti-alliased. After the selection area has been created, simply copy (Ctrl / Cmd + C) and Paste (Ctrl / Cmd + V) it to our work canvas below underwater layers. Then position the image with the transform tool (Ctrl / Cmd + T). Hold Alt + Shift and resterize like image below. In Photoshop CC only hold Alt to resterize al sides together.

Step 26

Now, create more lights. Create a new layer and go to Edit > Fill and Contenst: 50% Gray and press Ok.
Now use Brush Tool(B) Soft Round with foreground color white and Brush Opacity set to 10-20%. Then start painting Witch. Take a look at the example in the picture below how much you need to paint, where there is the most white color, draw the most.

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3 comments on “How to Create a Creepy Radioactive Water Scene in Photoshop”

    1. Looks like I forgot to upload the PSD. Thanks for letting me know! The download link should be working now.

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