Photoshop rendering filter to create a light rock wall-PS tutorial
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We have analyzed in detail the method of rendering filters for special effects in Photoshop filters for making simple cloud effects. today we will introduce a specific example-lighting rock wall. 1. create an image in Photoshop, use [filter _ paint_tiering cloud], and repeat the image for one or two times, as shown in figure. Then we analyzed in detail the method of rendering filters for special effects in Photoshop filter simple cloud effect. today we will introduce a specific example-lighting rock wall. 1,
PhotoshopCreate an image in, use filter _ paint_hierarchical cloud, and repeat it twice or twice, as shown in figure.
Summary:Use a cloud filter to create a grayscale image. Use a light filter to illuminate the channel to create light and shade changes. You can change the color of the light to determine the color of the final effect. Of course, you can also use other color adjustment commands to change the color.
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