Integrating the blood into the scene


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Integrating the blood into the scene

In this exercise, we're going to customize our layer effect, specifically this edge highlight, so that the blood looks like it's integrated into the scene. I've saved my progress as Strange syrup .psd, found inside the 07_refine folder, and the first thing we're going to do is take this drips layer right there, and we're going to create a copy of it by pressing Control+J, or Command+J on the Mac, and that goes ahead and jumps a layer, of course. Turn off the Bevel and Emboss effect for the lower drips layer. Might as well collapse the effects as well, and then turn off Gradient Overlay for the top drips layer. And so we've gone ahead and separated the two effects, so that we can modify them independently.

I'm going to go ahead and collapse both that top drips layer, and the lips layer as well, just so that I have a little more room to work. Then you want to click on the layer mask thumbnail for the top drips layer, and go ahead and grab the Brush tool from the...

Integrating the blood into the scene
Video duration: 7m 3s 11h 36m Intermediate

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Integrating the blood into the scene provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Fundamentals

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Design
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Photoshop
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