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Hey! i was working on doing something else first and i have a question(hope i'm not being a bother) i filled the blank document with black color placed the pic i want to ut on the avi on top of it but it won't take the whole document,so on the bottom the black background shows,now i want the end line of the pic to blend with the black background,i used the eraser it blurs the line but the dividing line between the end of the pic and the rest of the background still shows visibly what 2do?

this is what i work on
that's what it looks like when i erase the end

the effect i want 2 do is like in this avi




Oh, it's not a bother at all, I mean, this is a help forum after all. Besides, I'm more worried about if you're understanding my steps, lol. XD

Ok, first of all, you wanna pick the right eraser. Choose the one that looks like this. I'll tell you the next part after.





thanks alot,it's the BEST help forum i found! ok let's do this,i encountered that set of brushes before,could u pls tell me the name of this set so i find it easily& choose it i have many beushes! lol
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adoreJapan wrote:

Hey! i was working on doing something else first and i have a question(hope i'm not being a bother) i filled the blank document with black color placed the pic i want to ut on the avi on top of it but it won't take the whole document,so on the bottom the black background shows,now i want the end line of the pic to blend with the black background,i used the eraser it blurs the line but the dividing line between the end of the pic and the rest of the background still shows visibly what 2do?

this is what i work on
that's what it looks like when i erase the end

the effect i want 2 do is like in this avi




Oh, it's not a bother at all, I mean, this is a help forum after all. Besides, I'm more worried about if you're understanding my steps, lol. XD

Ok, first of all, you wanna pick the right eraser. Choose the one that looks like this. I'll tell you the next part after.





thanks alot,it's the BEST help forum i found! ok let's do this,i encountered that set of brushes before,could u pls tell me the name of this set so i find it easily& choose it i have many beushes! lol


hehe, thanks. ^_^ I try my best to help people.

Actually, it's the default Photoshop brushes. If you go reset your brushes, you could find it faster.
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hehe, thanks. ^_^ I try my best to help people.

Actually, it's the default Photoshop brushes. If you go reset your brushes, you could find it faster.


Done! found it,tried it & it worked! so is there something else i need2do?

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xchia101 wrote:

hehe, thanks. ^_^ I try my best to help people.

Actually, it's the default Photoshop brushes. If you go reset your brushes, you could find it faster.


Done! found it,tried it & it worked! so is there something else i need2do?



hehe, cool! ^-^ Now, I'm not sure what textures the person used, but here's some frame textures. Download it if you don't already have it.
http://crazykira-resources.deviantart.com/art/The-Golden-Age-112476976
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adoreJapan wrote:


xchia101 wrote:

hehe, thanks. ^_^ I try my best to help people.

Actually, it's the default Photoshop brushes. If you go reset your brushes, you could find it faster.


Done! found it,tried it & it worked! so is there something else i need2do?



hehe, cool! ^-^ Now, I'm not sure what textures the person used, but here's some frame textures. Download it if you don't already have it.
http://crazykira-resources.deviantart.com/art/The-Golden-Age-112476976



thank u so much! i already have the same frames u gave me the links to,i get my textures&brushes from there too i only couldn't figure out the erasing part&blending with the background! now i know thanks for the help! so it's always better to use this brush to erase&blend without the dividing line being clear right?
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xchia101 wrote:


adoreJapan wrote:


xchia101 wrote:

hehe, thanks. ^_^ I try my best to help people.

Actually, it's the default Photoshop brushes. If you go reset your brushes, you could find it faster.


Done! found it,tried it & it worked! so is there something else i need2do?



hehe, cool! ^-^ Now, I'm not sure what textures the person used, but here's some frame textures. Download it if you don't already have it.
http://crazykira-resources.deviantart.com/art/The-Golden-Age-112476976



thank u so much! i already have the same frames u gave me the links to,i get my textures&brushes from there too i only couldn't figure out the erasing part&blending with the background! now i know thanks for the help! so it's always better to use this brush to erase&blend without the dividing line being clear right?


Ok, then that's good! Yep, I always use it for blending, it's so easy too. Then I assume you know what to next then. Good luck. ^_^
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Ok, then that's good! Yep, I always use it for blending, it's so easy too. Then I assume you know what to next then. Good luck. ^_^


thanks dear yup,now i'll try the steps u gave me earlier on the previous example i gave u,blending the 2pics same way!

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hi again! :P
if i may this time i like to ask like when i have like 2 pics i want to put in avi,i don't want to crop any of them,and i want the end of the first pic to blend withe beginning of the second pic so that there's no divding line between them specially if the color is different like the background of the first is black&the second's grey?i think smudging won't work in this case! so how is it done?
like for example how this avi was made i guess in this example it's easier because it's the same pic!


thanks in advance!


I did some experimenting to see if this effect worked on all pics. Most of them do, like this random picture I worked with.

The whole image will be used because if you squint, you could see that the whole image was used in the avi but only some parts were included.

1. The person started out with a blank document and duplicated the picture
2. The bottom picture stayed the same, only with textures added though.
3. The top picture must be layered below the first pic.
4. Then de-saturate the top picture.
5. On the first picture, the person erased some parts at the top.

A tip is to play with the opacity of both of the pictures.
If this was hard to understand, I can make an actual picture tutorial if you want.



i just tried the steps and it worked thanks! confirmed no need for tutorial this time! lol

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xchia101 wrote:


adoreJapan wrote:

hi again! :P
if i may this time i like to ask like when i have like 2 pics i want to put in avi,i don't want to crop any of them,and i want the end of the first pic to blend withe beginning of the second pic so that there's no divding line between them specially if the color is different like the background of the first is black&the second's grey?i think smudging won't work in this case! so how is it done?
like for example how this avi was made i guess in this example it's easier because it's the same pic!


thanks in advance!


I did some experimenting to see if this effect worked on all pics. Most of them do, like this random picture I worked with.

The whole image will be used because if you squint, you could see that the whole image was used in the avi but only some parts were included.

1. The person started out with a blank document and duplicated the picture
2. The bottom picture stayed the same, only with textures added though.
3. The top picture must be layered below the first pic.
4. Then de-saturate the top picture.
5. On the first picture, the person erased some parts at the top.

A tip is to play with the opacity of both of the pictures.
If this was hard to understand, I can make an actual picture tutorial if you want.



i just tried the steps and it worked thanks! confirmed no need for tutorial this time! lol



Oh, yay, congrats! ^__^ This could mean that I'm awesome at explaining things, lol. XD
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Posted 7/20/09 , edited 7/20/09

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adoreJapan wrote:


xchia101 wrote:


adoreJapan wrote:

hi again! :P
if i may this time i like to ask like when i have like 2 pics i want to put in avi,i don't want to crop any of them,and i want the end of the first pic to blend withe beginning of the second pic so that there's no divding line between them specially if the color is different like the background of the first is black&the second's grey?i think smudging won't work in this case! so how is it done?
like for example how this avi was made i guess in this example it's easier because it's the same pic!


thanks in advance!


I did some experimenting to see if this effect worked on all pics. Most of them do, like this random picture I worked with.

The whole image will be used because if you squint, you could see that the whole image was used in the avi but only some parts were included.

1. The person started out with a blank document and duplicated the picture
2. The bottom picture stayed the same, only with textures added though.
3. The top picture must be layered below the first pic.
4. Then de-saturate the top picture.
5. On the first picture, the person erased some parts at the top.

A tip is to play with the opacity of both of the pictures.
If this was hard to understand, I can make an actual picture tutorial if you want.



i just tried the steps and it worked thanks! confirmed no need for tutorial this time! lol



Oh, yay, congrats! ^__^ This could mean that I'm awesome at explaining things, lol. XD


yup u are! but umm u know the top pic wasn't taking all the document u know so when i put part of the second pic ontop part of the top pic when i erased parts of the second pic the dividing line still appeared! so is there no way4the 2pics to blend? specially when they're the same pic?! or i just have to make the second pic cover that dividing line like in the avi i gave!

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yup u are! but umm u know the top pic wasn't taking all the document u know so when i put part of the second pic ontop part of the top pic when i erased parts of the second pic the dividing line still appeared! so is there no way4the 2pics to blend? specially when they're the same pic?!



That's not necessarily true. Try erasing some parts of both of the pictures so it'll go away. Oh, and here's a tip, if you add textures or brushes, you could cover up the dividing lines.
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yup u are! but umm u know the top pic wasn't taking all the document u know so when i put part of the second pic ontop part of the top pic when i erased parts of the second pic the dividing line still appeared! so is there no way4the 2pics to blend? specially when they're the same pic?!



That's not necessarily true. Try erasing some parts of both of the pictures so it'll go away. Oh, and here's a tip, if you add textures or brushes, you could cover up the dividing lines.

yup but if add textures still there would be a dividing line!i'm thinking aloud here!lol maybe i should make the background same color as the pic's background then smudge or erase the line?have to try that i guess! lol sorry i didn't know what u meant by erasing parts of both pics?

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yup u are! but umm u know the top pic wasn't taking all the document u know so when i put part of the second pic ontop part of the top pic when i erased parts of the second pic the dividing line still appeared! so is there no way4the 2pics to blend? specially when they're the same pic?!



That's not necessarily true. Try erasing some parts of both of the pictures so it'll go away. Oh, and here's a tip, if you add textures or brushes, you could cover up the dividing lines.


yup but if add textures still there would be a dividing line!i'm thinking aloud here!lol maybe i should make the background same color as the pic's background then smudge the line?have to try that i guess! lol sorry i didn't know what u meant by erasing parts of both pics?



lol. XD I meant erase the dividing line on the pictures. That's a good idea though. Try that. XD
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lol. XD I meant erase the dividing line on the pictures. That's a good idea though. Try that. XD


O.K! thanks dear! wish u have a nice day! :)

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Hello again! hope ur doing fine! i'd like to ask this time about the same first avi i asked u about, do u see the rectangular shape, trasparent rectangle behind the smaller pic of the girl's face? i'd like to know how it was done! how it looked transparent a see through to the original pic's part the rectangle was put on?while there are layers that blured the pic put not the rectangle part we're talking about!& i think the rectangle part was set to "colour burn" or another option that made it look darker right?can u tell it to me step by step pls?






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