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Tutorial Torn Paper and Text


I made this tutorial for you to show how to make a torn paper with text.

1. Open a new document, size 3600x3600 and fill it with black
2. Create a new layer and fill it with white

 3. Go to filter –noise- add noise.
 Make the amount about 20 %, Gaussian and Monochromatic
 4. Go again to filter – Blur –Gaussian Blur.
Make the Radius about 5 px
5. Pres CTRl or CMD + B to open the color balance. Slide the yellow to about – 50
6. Open your lasso tool, go to one side of your document and draw a unregular line to the other side and continue drawing around the document until it connects with the starting point
7. Click on the layer mask button which creates a layer mask on your paper texture
 8. Go to Filter Gallery – Brush strokes – Spatter. Choose about 25 for the spray radius and 15 for the smoothness 9. Make a copy of this layer, CTRL or CMD + J
10. Press CTRL or CMD + L to open the levels window and slide the input midtones to 0.65 and the output highlights to 244
 11. Ope…

NBK Technique Challenge Shadows

Hi scrappers,

every week one of the CT members of  NBK Design hosts a challenge at oscraps:
Last week we had a technique challenge, hosted by Marianne , and she made a great tutorial.

As you can see here I extracted the player and made him looking as he came out of the paper. Important for that was the shadow technique. But also the lower parts of him being a sketch and the brushes layered under him contributed to the effect here.
So for this week I want you to try to make a kind of 3D looking effect on your page. Using some shadow, layering, or photo treatment like a sketch as I did on my page! You don’t have to do all 3 of them. Just try to focus on giving some depth in your page.
To help you I have some screenshots of the process while my layout. I work in CS6 but I know this can be done in PSE too.
 I have a photo with a solid background so my extraction work is pretty easy. After making a duplicate of the photo (never forget) I select the Magic Wand tool and click on the W…

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Displacment Tutorial

I did this layout few days ago using the displacement technique on a brick wall. After I finished it, I thought: why not sharing it in a challenge? I made this tutorial as well to explain how I got it done.

I used:
Urban Garden {ArtStrokes}:
Urban Garden {Artsy Bits & Pieces No1}:
Urban Garden {Sprinkles}:
Urban Garden {Paperset: Solids}:
FOCUS {Word Arts}:
FOCUS {artPaints}:
pic is from IngImage

Space night by NBK Design

This is NBK Design´s part of the Mini O´s at oscraps