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Photoshop Creative No. 160

Photoshop® Creative is the perfect magazine for learning more about Adobe’s outstanding application. Each issue is packed with inspirational tutorials covering the whole scope of the software, from creative projects, to practical guides to using tools and techniques. Whatever you use Photoshop for, Photoshop creative will help you become a better digital artist. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

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welcome

erlingur.einarsson@futurenet.com It’s easy to take a good artwork and ruin it with a garish overapplication of a filter. However, you can also turn a good image into a great one with just the right filter. This issue, our mission is to show you exactly how you can use filters to your advantage and make your image stand out from the crowd, whether it’s a digital illustration or a nature photo. Our panel of experts should inspire you to try out their master techniques, using their excellent guidance. We also have some really exciting tutorials for you, including a majestic, colourful character portrait (p38), otherworldly sci-fi scenes (p48), using filters in a waterlogged world (p22) and applying layers to take a herd of animals to another world (p28). We also feature a range…

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Abyssopelagic Hard to pronounce, fun to use. This font is stylish and striking. 200 new actions A bundle of great-looking actions to add effects to your images. Be vibrant A set of vibrancy actions to add some zest to your photo art. On the FileSilo this issue… • 200 Photoshop actions • 12 Grunge backgrounds • 24 Grunge brushes: Vol 1 • 24 Grunge brushes: Vol 2 • 5 Vibrancy actions • Abyssopelagic font • A total of 266 great resources Register to get instantaccessto this pack of must-have resources, videos and tutorial assets Log in to www.filesilo.co.uk/photoshopcreative The home of great downloads – exclusive to your favourite magazines from Future Publishing Secure and safe online access, from anywhere Free access for every reader, print and digital Download only the files you want, when you want All your gifts, from all your issues, in one place Get started Everything you need to…

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readers’ challenge

Tracy Doslea The Dark Side This was a composition exploring the concept of artificial intelligence, space exploration and a high power watching over. Blend modes and layers were key in bringing this final composition together. We challenged you... In Issue 158, we challenged you to get creative with the theme of Science Fiction. You were allowed to create whatever you wanted, so long as it incorporated the theme somehow. This issue’s challenge... Think you can do better? Prove it! The next challenge theme is Human. We don’t mind how you incorporate it into your image, just be as creative as you possibly can! Head to www.photoshopcreative.co.ukand hit the Challenge link. Closing date: 1 February 2018. THE PRIZE… AKVIS AirBrush The lucky winner of our Readers’ Challenge will win a copy of AKVIS’ awesome AirBrush software! Honourable mentions See some honourable mentions from…

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trending images

There’s nothing more inspiring than surfing the internet and seeing what other artists are creating, and we encourage you to do so. Here are some of our favourite pictures that caught our attention recently, created by some of the world’s most exciting artists and designers. AnanoMiminoshvili https://dribbble.com/Anano To create a beautiful texture and colour palette for my illustration, I used Photoshop’s default soft round brush in Dissolve mode while experimenting with Color Lookup, Curves and different blend modes. Sebastian Onufszak http://www.onufszak.com/ This is one of a series of abstract graphic posters. The experimental typography is mixed with expressive patterns, and was completely designed in Photoshop with a Wacom Intuos tablet, using diverse brush presets to create a handmade, artistic look. Peter Olschinsky http://www.olschinsky.at/ After starting with 3D software, a black-and-white image was rendered. Then the real fun started with…

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readers’ images

DanSawford https://www.photoshopcreative.co.uk/user/batdan94 Image of the issue I used a bulb with a layer mask with which I could then add the scenery. Using the Multiply blend mode to make the image appear 3D, I then copied the grouped image and flipped it to create a reflection with a shadow created using Gaussian Blur. Shaun Ryken https://www.photoshopcreative.co.uk/user/ShaunRyken I started off with the elephant image, then added the gears to his body, giving it a machine vibe. Then came assembling the tree; this tree consists of 15 different images blended together, making it look like one. ElissandroPinto https://www.photoshopcreative.co.uk/user/Elissandro I did this piece inspired by artists Stefano & Luna and Mpaolo Almeida. Lens flares were important in creating the science-fiction theme in this image, and adjustments helped to bring this composition together. Marcio Arkanjo https://www.photoshopcreative.co.uk/user/Marcio%20Arkanjo This was a study focused on concern for the…

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conduit

When John O’Neill founded Conduit in 2001, he had one key goal: to do a great job. Working out of his Michigan apartment, the budding designer took on various freelance projects, even giving client presentations in local coffee shops. Over time, “the projects and studio grew,” he explains, and Conduit now has clients across the US and Europe. However, although the studio has its own premises and seven full-time employees, John – now creative director – tells us that it “will never become too big” and an open environment is “core to our culture.” The open-plan setup certainly seems like a favourable decision. With everyone working in the same room, apart from the off-site developer, senior designer Jessica Meade feels “this leads to many informal critiques, often sparked by someone walking…

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