Using Custom Brushes to Mask An Image To Achieve An Interesting Effect.

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  1. Dannie 15 April, 2008 at 21:59 Reply

    I cant seem to get the scattering option to be selected- its locked and not an option which is highlighted 🙁

  2. Christina 29 August, 2008 at 11:28 Reply

    Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial. I just needed to know how to do masking in general for a project I’m currently working on and your tutorial was absolutely perfect! Thank you!

  3. Geoff 7 September, 2008 at 23:20 Reply

    At one point, when you said it was as if the scattering was making the image appear to piece itself together, I immediately thought of the T2 scene when the T1000 broke into chunks and reformed because of the heat nearby. It would be interesting to see a Part 2 to this tutorial will blob shapes rather than blocks, as if the images was forming together like a T1000. Awesome tutorial though.

  4. Adrian 5 December, 2008 at 18:02 Reply

    Hi Corey,
    I am a total beginner and still made it in my first attempt…EXCELLENT tutorial and teaching method..please let me know if you tutor any other effects/program and where can I find it(subscribe to) as I am planning to tackle graphic design seriously. Thanks,Adrian R.

  5. Willie esco 31 December, 2008 at 15:17 Reply

    Corey!

    Your ma boy I love this effect man your a great teacher and are fun to watch this new years I’m gonna pour a lil’ liquor for you a toast in other words!…I appreciate the tuts!..

    Willie

  6. carmeena 14 January, 2009 at 12:50 Reply

    Hi Mr. Gorgeous, I mean Corey. Thank you for your wonderful and fantastic tutorial. Here’s another link to my website where you can find my work “http://www.flickr.com/photos/darling/.

    Carmeena

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