Want to put your face on someone else’s body? This video tutorial will demonstrate how you can easily exchange people’s faces using Photoshop’s Auto-Blend Layers command.
2. Retro Comic Book Effect in Photoshop
Give your photos a fascinating comic book effect by following along this short and simple Photoshop tutorial.
This tutorial takes advantage of Photoshop’s Liquify Tool and a custom grunge brush to make Tom Cruise — who you can easily swap out for a photo of yourself or a friend — look like an extraterrestrial being.
This enjoyable tutorial will show you how to turn your target photo subject into a vampire. You’ll use a stock photo of a crocodile skull to add vampire fangs, Layer Styles to adjust image colors for a more mysterious look, and more.
Make yourself look like a rotting corpse by doing this Photoshop tutorial. You’ll learn how to change eye colors, blend a subject’s face with a skull stock photo using layer masks, and so on.
Give your boring photos a melodramatic appearance that’s reminiscent of movies like Sin City. This Photoshop tutorial on Psdtuts+ has a video version as well as a text version to accommodate your preferred learning style.
This Photoshop tutorial from our archives will give you the ability to make your photo subject appear as if they’re breaking out of a stone prison.
Have you ever thought about how you’d look when you get older? Wonder no more if you do this Photoshop tutorial on digitally aging a person’s face. In this tutorial, you’ll discover how to use the Liquify Tool and Warp Tool to make the subject’s face sag a bit, how to add gray hair, and more.
In this Photoshop tutorial, you’ll find out how to apply a dramatic photo effect on your otherwise plain photos.
This video tutorial on YouTube will demonstrate a method for turning a person into a Zombie using some stock photos, Photoshop’s blending modes, and more.