Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Color Halftone for a black-and-white halftone effect, part of Photoshop for Designers: Filters.
Here, I am going to use the Color Half Tone filter in combination with the Lens …Correction Filter. And the seldom used plastic wrap filter …in order to create this sinister eye that we see on the right hand side. …Let's just take a look at the finished version. …What we have here are two layers of the eye graphic, and if we look at the base …layer, this has three filters applied to it.…
The first, Lens Correction, is applying a Vignetting, or darkening of the corners. …The second, is giving this very strange plastic quality to the eye. …And then on top of that, we have the color half tone which is not really a …color half tone, it's just a black and white half tone. …I could have used the Half Tone filter from the sketch group but I tend to find …that color half tone generally delivers a better result.…
On top of that we have a copy of the eye. Which has just one of those 3 filters …applied to it and is set to the Multiply Blend mode. …And then on top of that we have an adjustment layer. …
- 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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