In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to create this unique hair style with leaves texture in Photoshop. We will combine several stock images and use a number of custom brushes along the way, and use filters and layer blending modes to spice up our effect.
In this tutorial, I will show you the steps to design this abstract hair text effect with pen tool and grunge brush decoration in Photoshop.
Let’s Learn Photoshop Basics – Vol. 11 – Unique Texture Effect and Shining Hair Drawing in Photoshop
Hey guys, welcome to the 11th volume of the “Let’s Learn Photoshop Basics” here on psdvault.com. I will show you how you can create this Unique Texture Effect and Shining Hair Drawing in Photoshop. The focus of this tutorial is to show you the tricks behind clipping mask, image adjustments and the pen tool.
The Refine Mask Tool in Photoshop CS5 and CS6 has made hair selection extermetly easy for even the most frizzy hair styles. In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how you can use Refine Mask to make great hair selection with minimum amount of effort.
In this tutorial, I will show you the process of creating Beautiful Hair-like Abstract Lines to Decorate Your Design in Photoshop. This is a beginner level tutorial with the aim of teaching how you to utitilise the Pen Tool and dynamic brush settings. Have a try :)
In this tutorial, I will show you how you can Create Beautiful Surreal Photo Effect via Cloud, Star and Vexel Hair in Photoshop. This is an intermediate level tutorial so some steps can be tricky, but why not have a try!
In this tutorial, I will show the steps I took to create this awesome grungy style artwork with Vexel Hair in Photoshop. Have a try!
In this tutorial, I will show you the method I use to quickly and effectively clean out Body Hair in Photoshop, which you can use for a wide range of occasions in your Photoshop Retouch works. The method itself is really easy (done in 3 steps and I’m sure you will have no problem in acquiring it :)
There are a lot of tutorials out there showing how you can do so by using the Healing Brush Tool. However in my opinion, healing brush tool is useful when the area you try to heal is reletively small, and it can be a bit difficulty to adjust the source position.
Here I’m going to show you an alternative way via the Smudge Tool to tackle the shortcomings of the Healing Brush Tool. Have a try :)