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Plastic Warp

In this tutorial you will use a couple of filters from the filter gallery, to create a plastic look. DomQuichotte will also add chrome spikes to the back of the model and add shadows, to make it look real!

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Difficulty
50%
Subtitles available in Englisch, German, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish.



Comments (17)

  1. Lion6255

    Trying to locate the reflection brushes and the spikes so can try this…Checked facebook pages also…What I\´m I missing? Thanks

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  2. Quinn

    This was amazing! Thank you so much! I had a lot of memory loss from a head injury two years ago, and this just helped me catch back up on relearning!

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  3. Angel

    i m sorry. i m stupid (again), opened it up on full screen and whooohooo here it comes, there is a project file download

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  4. Kris

    Very useful, can also be applied this tips in too many ways and options. Thanks a lot to share. We appreciate it around the world! Keep doing the best :)

    Aviso a navegantes de subs Español: Cuando en el minuto 8:02 pone "ctrl (Windows) + E , se refiere a: ctrl + shift + E ;)

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  5. Lili

    oh my god ! you\´re the best ! very clever ! I can\´t believe you only used photoshop filters by default ! wow ! Thank you sooo much for sharing your techniques ! I\´ve found another technique of plastic wrapping weeks ago but it was really too hard, using 3D… Thank you again.

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