I’ve gotten a few questions asking how to do the ‘double exposure’ effect I used in this photoset. It’s super easy, and can literally be done in under ten layers, depending on how elaborate you want to be.
To start off with, double exposure is one of my favorite photography and film tricks. If you’ve never seen it done, check out a lot of gorgeous examples here and be inspired. One of my favorite ways of using double exposure is taking a portrait and overlaying it with trees, so I wanted to do that for my Doctor Who artwork.
Click the read more for the tutorial. :)
I recently did a really brief gif tutorial where I talked about an action I used to resize, brighten, and sharpen the caps I use in my gifs. I’ve had a lot of questions regarding that action (where you can get it, how you can make it, etc.), so I’m going to walk you through how to create actions and use them. I’m not always the best at explaining things, but I hope you can follow along well enough.
download mediafire or deviantart
- works well on a variety of images, but looks best on scenery and images with blues, greens, and yellows.
- contains vibrance
two colorings in under ten layers. feel free to ask if you have any questions. enjoy! (x)
psd #8 (+ tutorial)
So instead of just handing out a PSD, this time I’m going to do something a little different. I’ve been using this neat little (and super easy!) lighting trick lately, and I thought I’d share in case anyone else likes it enough to want to incorporate it into their artwork. First of all, you’ll need to download these two separate PSDs. The first one is just the coloring (as pictured in the second image in the preview), and the second includes the lighting and final coloring in the last two pictures.
PSD #1 - coloring
PSD #2 - lighting + additional coloring
Here we go. :)
Another “thanks for following” post. Have a PSD pack! Hope someone can find something useful from these. Enjoy and, once again, thank you SO much to my wonderful, wonderful followers. I love you guys.