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    who wants a tutorial

    use this thread to request a tutorial from me and the 1s I like I will do asking what you want to achieve etc

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    A step by step Slicing tutorial involving 52 over lapping layers would be helpful
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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    that would not fit into a 15 min youtube video funny you should say that i was looking up something along those lines just not quite 52 layers but more like 5

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    after watching photoshop tennis game! treath I'd like to know how this pic is done:
    who wants a tutorial-2940d1301957367t-photoshop-tennis-game-plane-card.jpg

    you know with the postcard fx

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    a picture within a picture and a dark sepia tone overlayed

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    ah so the postcard is actually a real picture and just added OOOOoooo that explain's it

    a 'adding fire to a house' tutorial then?

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    yeah that warrants a video or probably 3 will look into this and find the simplest solution and compare it to how I would do it with all sorts of adjustment layers wont be today though I have company ;-)

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    who wants a tutorial-house%2520at%2520night%2520galen%2520copy.jpg
    Had 10 mins spare so did a quick practice run it is harder than I thought unless you just want flames coming out windows and not actual building damage heat waves smoke etc etc

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    and yes I am aware it needs more sky glow just ran out of time

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    Re: who wants a tutorial

    looks pretty nice

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