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    Timeshift PS tutorial

    My first tut so it's not so great. I also had to kind of rush it do to schoolwork etc.
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    Re: Timeshift PS tutorial

    its alright, the colours and text could be a bit better

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    Re: Timeshift PS tutorial

    Yeah, the tutorial is descriptive and will be easy for photoshop newbies to use, but the outcome is a bit iffy.

    For a first tutorial, it's nice.
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    Re: Timeshift PS tutorial

    Putting stuff like C4D's over the render/focal can make it look low Q. What I'd suggest is CTRL + click on the layer with the render, then select the C4D layers and hitting delete, so the render is nice and clean.

    Other than that, very good job. Looks nice.

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    Re: Timeshift PS tutorial

    Thanks, i might make a better one later on too. I know the example isn't so great but i didn't have much time and shit so yeah.
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    Re: Timeshift PS tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by Epyks
    Putting stuff like C4D's over the render/focal can make it look low Q. What I'd suggest is CTRL + click on the layer with the render, then select the C4D layers and hitting delete, so the render is nice and clean.

    Other than that, very good job. Looks nice.
    I prefer to use a soft brush to erase anything covering up the main focal, if CTRL click the render and delete, you lose a fair bit of depth in your effects. But yeah, just putting c4d's ocer the render doesn't work a lot of the time, try different styles of c4ds on different modes.

    And always put the outcome at the top as well, so people can see what they're going to make without having to wait for it to load.
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