Making custom waves


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Making custom waves

So here we are, looking at that more or less messed up version of the American Flag image that I created in the previous exercise, and it may have occurred to you to wonder why in the world we are working on an American Flag in the first place? And the answer is, because we are going to make it wave, we are going to apply a custom wave using a displacement map. And so go ahead and press the F12 key in order to revert to the original version of the flag. I do have opened an image called Rough trade.psd incidentally. And I also have opened this image right here. You don't have to open this one. We will be applying it though in a moment. It's called Wave V.psd. It's found inside the Demap subfolder that's in the 18 Displace maps folder.

And notice what I have here, is really a series of gradients going from gray to black and then black to gray and then gray to white and then white to gray, and I am keeping my edges, my left and right edges gray so that I don't have any...

Making custom waves
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Making custom waves provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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