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Groups/folders can effectively behave in two ways, they can be an organization method where each object inside is treated as the individual objects they are, or groups/folders can treat multiple objects as one single object... The group settings will override the objects inside it. This is very handy for lots of techniques, and works with styles as well as ...


This is pretty easy to do. Open it in Photoshop, create a new layer on top, add a gradient to that layer of Green to Pale Yellow. Then play with Blending Modes and clean it up. Here's it with the layer mode set to Darken and then deleted the color real fast from outside the crown: Alternatively you could do a different blending mode, for a different ...


Any of your 3 attempts are good. You need to realize that filters, effects, and automated methods only get you so far. There comes a point where you need to stop looking for the "magic button" or "shortcut" to an end product and roll up your sleeves and start some manual effort. What I would do is take any of your three attempts (probably #2) and start ...


This is how I would go about it. You will need an image in good resolution (as big as the zoomed part). Pardon my very simple samples, I hope you can get the idea anyway! Open the image. Make a round selection of the part you will want zoomed in using the Elliptical Marquee Tool. Once you have your circle selected, copy and paste in a new layer (one way ...


Right click layer with the effect you wish to copy, select Copy Layer Style, right click the layer you want to transfer the effect to and choose Paste Layer Style.


I was wondering if you could put the texture on a layer above the object and set the blend mode of the texture layer to overlay or to soft light. Does that do what you were trying to do?


To edit a gradient and its "smoothness" as it transitions from one color to another, you'll have to edit it. If you have created the gradient as a layer effect or as a shape fill, find the "Scale" slider. Jiggle this around and you can find desired smoothness of your gradient.

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