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Transform Selection is designed to transform the selection area and not the pixels within it. You want to use Edit > Free Transform and not Select > Transform Selection. In short... Transform Selection changes the marching ants themselves. Free Transform changes what is inside the marching ants.
You will probably have to do something similar to this tutorial here (mind you, it's in illustrator, not photoshop) that creates fish scales. Other than that, I think Scott is right; you need to do every sheet by hand.
Here is a quick list that I put together of programs and their alternatives. Photoshop - Gimp Illustrator - Inkscape Premiere Pro - Final Cut Pro After Effects - Apple Motion Dreamweaver - Coda 2 Unfortunately there isn't an alternative to Flash since its Adobe's proprietary code/software. There are programs that will export swfs, but that doesn't mean ...
Here's what I use. There are many other options as well. Note that I run these on OSX for the most part. Adobe's Photoshop -> Pixelmator Pixelmator is the closest I've gotten to the full 'Photoshop' set of tools. It's still lacking in areas, though. It can open PSD files but note that it can't fully understand the new features in later versions (such as ...
It is fake. In fact, at the end of the job, he is just erasing the paint, revealing the original painting that is under. Where people think that he is actualy adding final details. Done. The planet si fouled. :) You can check other works of the artist and you can see that none of them is like that. In some video tutorial, the artist revealing that for the ...
If you buy CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 you will get: Corel Draw X6 (Alternative for illustrator) Corel Photo-Paint X6 (Alternative for Photoshop) Corel PowerTrace X6 (Tracing utility) Corel Connect Corel Capture X6 ( a screen capture utility ) Corel Website Creator X6 ( Code-free website creation, so no alternative for dreamweaver) More info : ...
I'm pretty sure what you're describing would actually be harder than doing this painting the right way round. For example - removing only the white hairs from a beard, leaving everything else untouched, leaving no tell-tale marks? It'd be easier to not cheat - brush on some hairs then touch it up. This could be done with the only "tricks" being: The guy ...
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I think that the result that you are looking for is this because it creates a little contrast between the text and the background image; I achieved this simply by using the shape tool (marked at #1) to create a white shape to place text on. I then changed the opacity (marked #2) to 50% to ensure that the background image could be seen but that the text ...
Per the asker's request, here's a solution that can be done in Illustrator: First place the picture in Illustrator and lock that layer. Then, with the pen tool make paths that are similar in shape to what you are looking for. After you've made a few, you can star picking the colors you need. Unlock the layer with the picture, lock and hide the layer with ...
A raster image is basically a grid of squares and in order for you to have something that looks like a dot or diamond, the dot size must be larger than the grid size. Obviously from your question, a pixel is not round enough so to describe the roundness properly, you are probably going to need at least 3x3 pixels (which looks like a cross). So in order to ...
Without testing, the result on the image you provided looks as achievable with : decreasing saturation applying cold photo filter adjusting shadows and highlights little bit of surface blur little bit of sharpness in the end
Just use the polygon lasso to create your selection. While the Patch tool is a freehand only, any selection can be used as a patch selection.
As per my comment, this effect can easily be made with a gradient. Below is an image that has had a Gradient Map applied (purple & orange) and had the blending mode set to Screen. The potency of the effect is determined by the colors as well as the opacity. Playing around with different blending modes may also lead to some other cool results.
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