In this week’s tutorial, Corey uses clipping groups and the twirl filter to create a masking effect over his background image.
Love It, Love It Love It Thank you so much !!!
i’ll be sure to try out the twirl on the edges, that looks great, especially the two that meet(top left). might make some vector brushes with it.
Brilliant tip. Thank you
awesome job. great tut. Thank you for sharing your ideas.
Has this video tutorial been removed? I can’t see a video on this page (or others).
Is there an advantage to using the clipping group like he did?
I would have just made a selection from the shape and turned it into a layer mask on the background layer…
Obviously, I have some research to do.
Gracias! una buena restauraciÃ³n fotogrÃ¡fica hecho de Corey. Muy interesante y divertida.
cool, thanks a lot
I love this tutorial! It really gives me new ideas to make fun and interesting photos! Thanks!
Wow. This gives me sooooooo many ideas. Too bad it’s 1 am.
Again, thankyou Corey! 😀
Very nice man youre the best.
You should not have done that drop shadow. 🙁 At that point I liked but after I don’t. Sometimes less is more. But I liked what you have done with that ellpitical marquee and a simple twirl effect on the edges!
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