Create Photo Effects With Splash Brush | SADESIGN

Hello friends, welcome back to SaDesign channel, in this tutorial, I will show you how to create photo effects with splash brush. Get started right away!

First, change the image to black and white by right-clicking on the adjustment icon and choosing “Black and White”. In the preset box, change the default to “Maximum Black”. Create a “Level” and increase the black area even more. Then create a new layer, fill this new layer white with CTRL or CMD + Delete, reduce the opacity to 80%. Select the “Brush tool” (shortcut B), go to Window > Brushes > click on the top right corner and select import brush > Select “20 paint splash brushes”. In case you don’t have the splash brush, I’ll leave it in the description so you can download it whenever you want.

Now, open the splash brush folder and grab a splash brush. Adjust the size and fill on layer 1. Similarly, select the splash you like and fill. Use curly braces {} to increase or decrease the size of the brush while drawing. When you’re done, create a new layer. Select Layer 1 and go to Select > Color Range > use the eyeropper tool and select all the brushes you painted. Increase the opacity until all brushes are selected.

Move to Layer 2 and press CTRL + SHIFT + I for Win or CMD + SHIFT + I for MAC, then press CTRL or CMD + Delete. Turn off Layer 1, now you can see the girl appear. You can delete class 1 now. Adjust the size of the brush layer slightly using CTRL or CMD + T.

Create a gradient layer under layer 2, double click on the gradient and choose the preset color you want. I would go with Red and Green. Change the blend mode from normal to Screen.

In the “Levels” layer, increase the black to 39 to increase contrast. Adjust the mids to suit your style.

Create a new layer with “Screen” in blend mode. Use a brush with a soft round tip. Choose the foreground color as you want, I will choose green and red to match the color of the gradient. Lower the opacity to about 30% and erase the color in her hair.

 

Duplicate the “Gradient” layer with CTRL or CMD + J. Adjust the opacity and enjoy your results.

 

 

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🔥 DOWNLOADS Practical pictures:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-wM9_2dWTMkL1fnrmYwmAVOSGct1oYEH/view

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