500 points giveaway!Spread love!The winnersHello, sweeties!
Just as I promised I organized another contest for my watchers
This time I will be giving 5 x 100 points to 5 lucky deviants (:
All you have to do to participate is:
1. fav this journal
2. comment, select "love" on right upper corner of the comment box
(white highlighted area in the pic below if I didn't explain well) and post your comment
You can comment on anything you want (what you like/dislike, say Hello, make a wish, post random emoticon... anything).
I will pick the winners with a little help of random.org generator.
Have fun and good luck
Thank you all for participating, I'm glad we made this fun (:
The winners are:
Congrats and enjoy your points!
+ you can check my latest:
A Guide to Equine ManipulationA Guide to Equine Manipulation6 years ago in Photoshop More Like This
Notes - I will post links to tutorials in the artist's comment box. I have Photoshop CS4 but most of this can translate to other programs.
I. Step One - Cutting
When cutting you do not want to use the eraser! The eraser can result in jagged lines and unsmooth cutting. It is recommended that you use the pen(also called the path) tool. I have also seen in one tutorial the use of the magnetic lasso tool. However, the pen/path tool is more of standard use. When using the pen tool it is important to remember to zoom in.
II. Step Two - Smudging?
Smudging is a fad in photo manipulations. It is intended to get rid of grains. It is not meant to make your horse blurry and plastic looking! An over smudged horse is a almost a sure sign of an amateur photo manipulation artiest. You don't want people to think you're an amateur! So don't over smudge. Another use of smudging is to give the horse a dreamy and surreal and fantasy look. This is all fine and good but sometimes this makes the ho