Corey shows you how to use a vector mask to pull objects from their background.
After creating a brush pattern from a stock image of a horse, Corey applies a layer style consisting of outer and inner glows
Corey jazzed up this photo by making a custom brush and applying an outer glow layer style to create the repeating patterns
Using a mixture of filters and blending modes, Corey takes a stock photo and transforms it into an old, classic 1950′s pin-up poster.
Instead of using a displacement map, here’s another method for taking a custom file and distorting it to match a background image.
Corey stumbled upon this effect while experimenting with the smudge tool and its finger painting feature. Start off by
In this design, Corey had set out to blend a large body of text with a silhouetted shape. After some experimenting
This crumpled paper effect starts with designing a piece of notebook paper and then applying a displacement map