This tutorial shows how to take a stock image of a human skull into Photoshop and create a terminator robot.

 

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  1. TraumaHound 23 May, 2009 at 15:27 Reply

    Wow! What I’m most impressed with is the high-coolness-factor of the finished product in what look about 10 minutes to create. You never cease to amaze me! 😀

  2. Kyle Maloney 24 May, 2009 at 20:31 Reply

    Pretty cool. think you could do more Terminator tuts? I’d like to see how you would make it look like the skull was peering through flesh of a human, preferably from scratch (ie, by not using pics of wounds for the torn bloody skin). any time I try, the flesh along the edges of the torn skin never really look convincing.

  3. Pedro Nogueira 25 May, 2009 at 07:17 Reply

    That’s the first time I leave a comment here but I always watch your tutorials.
    Great, great job as always!
    As a NAPP member I try to follow the Photoshop guys everywhere on the web 😉
    I’ll be back 🙂

  4. Mark 2 June, 2009 at 14:04 Reply

    Hey. Great tutorial. I have been making my own terminator as one would do but what i have been doing is layering my face over the top of it and adding in gun wounds and other wounds to it. I am not so satisfied with the flesh torn effect and was wondering if u could do a tutorial using the terminator skull u have just made and put a face on it also adding wounds similar to end of terminator 2. Much appreciated. All the best.

  5. Juliet 24 June, 2009 at 15:44 Reply

    Please help!! Its never happened before. I tried using the filter liquify but I couldn’t see the live preview while making the changes, but when I clicked ok, It actually did make the changes.

    Question : How do I see the changes being made while using liquify, is it some setting that went wrong?
    Thanks in advance 🙂

  6. Mido 23 July, 2009 at 12:36 Reply

    please help me i’m a jonior and want to be a professional so help me as much as you can and i would thank mr.Corey Barker and please talk slowly because you speak sooooooo fast.

  7. Natalie Dunda 4 January, 2010 at 13:17 Reply

    hey i was wondering where you got your skull picture for this project from?

    I would really appreciate it!

  8. JULIUS 7 May, 2011 at 02:55 Reply

    Hey Bro’., Thanks for the ideas…I wish i could pay you for this… (hehee’)
    for just 1piso!(hehhee)… But serreusly its Great! nice one 🙂 Keep Up the GoodWork!

  9. Ryan 17 May, 2011 at 15:47 Reply

    Find your own pictures. Tutorials aren’t about following every single step to the dot. Challenge yourselves. Think outside the box. It takes zero skill to follow instructions, it just takes a brain…and we all have one. So, be unique and teach yourself something while learning something from a Professional.

  10. Macoka 13 August, 2011 at 13:58 Reply

    I have a question. This tutorial was interesting and good, but I courious for how can you do a realistic silver or metal skull from a human skull for example. In this video, You used a silver skull. But how can I do that?
    Thank you for your answere in advance.

  11. Manny 7 September, 2011 at 05:35 Reply

    Hi , thanks for the video…:) .I followed every steps but in the end, image is quite same and cool, but there are some brown lines on the top of the skull. I think its because of the texture’s top right corner. I’d be glad if there’s any tutorial for texturing……

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