Simulating liquid reflections


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Simulating liquid reflections

In this exercise, we're going to turn this orange goopy layer here into beautiful liquid. It's going to look like some sort of translucent orange drink. Goodness knows it's not going to have any pulp in it. It's some fake-y drink. It's Happy Juice after all. I am still working inside the document called Happy logo.psd and I've selected the Splatter layer of course and I've turn on the Effects, Drop Shadow and Inner Shadow. We're going to now add a Bevel and Emboss effect, so go ahead and Click the Effects icon, choose Bevel and Emboss and we don't want any Contour or Texture for this effect. These sub effects right here are a waste of time, where this cool groovy liquid is concerned.

So here is what we are going to do instead. First of all we're going to confirm that we have an Inner Bevel that's very important and then I'm going to go ahead and increase the Depth just a little bit to 120% and you can see so far we don't have anything e...

Simulating liquid reflections
Video duration: 6m 28s 20h 57m Intermediate

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Simulating liquid reflections provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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