Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video The Crosshatch filter, part of Photoshop for Designers: Filters.
Creating a portrait using the Crosshatch filter. …This is where we are starting with this image and this is where we're going to …end up. So I'm now going to come to the starting …state, and let's see that image only. I'm going to create a layer of solid color. …Before I do that, I'm going to sample some of the skin tone. …And that will become the color of my Solid Color layer. …I'll then convert that to a smart object. And then come to the Filter menu, Texture …> Texturizer. I'll apply a Canvas Texture, scaling of …100%, and a relief of four light coming from the top.…
Now I just want to break up the uniformity of that canvas. …So I'm then going to come to the Distort Group and to Ripple, and apply an amount …of minus 500, with a size of small. So that's the effect that we get. …We need to texture there initially because we can't ripple an area of flat color. …So the Ripple filter needs something to work with. …That can now be moved beneath the Image layer, and then I will convert the Image …
- Understanding the importance of Smart Filters
- Sharpening with filters
- Creative use of filter blend modes
- Painting in the effect of a filter using filter masks
- Combining filters
Skill Level Intermediate
2. Sharpening: What Every Designer Needs to Know
3. Blurring for Effect
4. Artistic Filters
5. Brush Strokes Filters
6. Working with the Distort Filters
7. Effective Use of the Pixelate Filters
8. Using the Render Filters
9. Creative Use of the Sketch Filters
10. Working with the Stylize Filters
11. Using the Texture Filters
13. Applying Camera Raw as a Filter
12. Creative Use of the "Big" Filters
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