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1 Hulk Photoshop Signature Tutorial on 9th May 2009, 10:48 pm

sHa92


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Welcome everyone to great tutorial written by Dragon, rewritten
by SYKO. In this tutorial we will be using a hulk stock, and create our own background with this render, and use some nice filters and brushing to create a smashing effect on his arm.

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1. ok lets get started. Create a new document, and make it whatever
size you like. For this tutorial, the size used was 400 pixels by 145
pixels.

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2. Paste your stock on your canvas, and duplicate these a few times
(Layer > Duplicate Layer…). Resize these a bit to fill your
background. Get your smudge tool, and smudge the background a bit. Use
your liquify tool on the background as well to get the desired effect:

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3. Place your stock somewhere nice where you want your focal point to be, and smudge it into the background a bit.

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4. Next we’re going to use our brush tool to create a focal point.
With a black brush, brush around the edges to create a focal point. Go
to Filter > Brush Strokes > Crosshatch…, and play around with the
settings.

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5. Add your render in on top again, and burn it a bit with your burn tool.

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6. The next step will change depending on the settings you use.
We’re going to use the displace filter. Go to Filter > Distort >
Displace, and choose a bright PSD file. It will displace the PSD into
our signature (if you need help with this step, please check this Displace Tutorial).
If needed, paste your stock on top again, and remove parts of it that
you dont like. Try creating some sort of “smashing” effect in his arm:

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7. Use your Burn Tool to darken down your tag, this will add depth into your signature.

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8. Add in a good looking Cinema4D effect (you can find great Cinema4D renders at Resources page), and use Filter > Distort > Ripple > -200 to fade this
render into the background. Set its blending mode to Linear Dodge on
50% to 60% opacity.

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9. Duplicate the Cinema4D effect, and flip it horizontally (Edit
> Transform > Flip Horizontal). Place this over his other arm.

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10. We’re going to remove some bad looking lines on his arm that
interfere with our lighting. Grab a soft black brush, and brush over
these lines. Change the opacity down a bit.

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11. Make a new layer, and set the blending mode to Soft Light. We’re
going to softly brush his arm to add lighting. This will create the
blast effect on his arm, so experiment with the brushing.

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12. adding some more lighting, however set the blending mode to overlay on 80% opacity:

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13. We’re adding some Pale green soft brushing. Set this layer to lighten on 50% to 65% opacity.

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14. Make a new layer, and go to Image > Apply Image…, and with a
soft black brush (around 10 to 20 pixels in size) darken any parts of
the render that stand out too much. You can also use the burn tool. On
our render, we have some sort of shadow on the right side of his body
and knuckles that do not look good, so we brush those parts.

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15. Now we’re going to add adjustment layers. Go to Layer > New
Adjustment Layer > Photoflipter… , select a green color and set it
to 25%.

16. Make a gradient map, set it to luminosity on 50% opacity:

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17. Make another gradient map, and set it to Hue on 100% opacity:

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18. Add in your text, and use your sharpen tool on your render to
add depth. Afterwards, go to Filter > Other > High Pass >
10.0, and set this layer to Softlight or Overlay on 25% to 55%.

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19. Add a border, and you’re finnished!

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result high quality:

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thanks again to dragon for writing the original tutorial! great work!



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2 Re: Hulk Photoshop Signature Tutorial on 3rd June 2009, 5:30 pm

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3 Re: Hulk Photoshop Signature Tutorial on 7th June 2009, 9:04 am

sHa92


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ထုိသို႔ အၿပံဳးပံုေလးေတြကို ဘဲ ထည့္ထားတဲ့ ပိုစ့္ၿဖစ္ေနလို႔ရိွရင္
တစ္ခါတည္း သတိေပးၿပီးေတာ့ အၿပီးအပိုင္ ဖ်က္လု္ိက္မည္ ၿဖစ္ပါသည္...

ယခုလည္း mohamedarsif ရဲ႕ ပိုစ့္အား က်ေနာ္ အၿပီးအပိုင္ ဖ်က္လိုက္ၿပီးၿဖစ္ပါသည္။..

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