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Masquerade Masks - 12 UHQ JPEG Stock Images
Masquerade Masks - 12 UHQ JPEG Stock Images
12 UHQ JPEG | 5760x3840 px | 300 DPI | 47.2 MB 

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Masquerade masks - UHQ Stock Photo
5 jpg | Up to * pix | 300 dpi | 63 Mb rar
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Masquerade masks #1 - Stock Photo
6 jpg | Up to 7530*6068 pix | 300 dpi | 74.05 Mb rar
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Photos - Masquerade Masks
Photos - Masquerade Masks
5 pics | JPG | 6000x3987-8000x5339 | 88.7 Mb

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Clipart - Masquerade masks

Clipart - Masquerade masks
PSD | 11 Elements | 21 Mb

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Mardi gras masks for masquerade - 25 Eps
Mardi gras masks for masquerade - 25 Eps
Mardi gras masks for masquerade and carnival in vector from stock
25 Eps | + Jpeg Preview | 123 Mb
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Masquerade 1.3.0 (Mac OS X)

Masquerade 1.3.0 (Mac OS X) | 4 MB


Mask, hide and cover parts of your desktop, so to only see a certain area while the rest is hidden to your eyes. For example, if you like streaming movies in your browser but do not want to make the movie fullscreen as the quality is too bad, use Masquerade to mask the movie on your screen and hide away all clutter you don't want to see.

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Photoshop for Lunch™ - Double Exposure Effect - Masks, Blends, Styles

 

Photoshop for Lunch™ - Double Exposure Effect - Masks, Blends, Styles
Duration: 22m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 125 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

 

Photoshop for Lunch™ is a series of short video courses you can study in bite size pieces such as at lunchtime. In this course you'll learn to create a double exposure effect where you place an image inside a silhouette of an animal or recognisable object.  

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CM - 10 Artistic Watercolour Masks 1674093
CM - 10 Artistic Watercolour Masks 1674093
CM - 10 Artistic Watercolour Masks 1674093

 

CM - 10 Artistic Watercolour Masks 1674093

Few years ago I saw some awarded design work based on similar effect inspired by Japanese calligraphy. Since then I was fascinated by it and I was wondering how did it was achieved. Finally I found a way do it and I packed it up in a product that is easy to use but that offers end results which are artistically deep and complex.

Just to be clear, these are not usual watercolour masks for your photos. These are not just a scans of watercolored spots and paint strokes. These are very complex compositions, built of few layers of textures, paints, drips, calligraphy strokes and illustrations. And they provide beautiful instant results. Just put your photo into Smart Object provided in PSD file and choose a result/mask you like the most, or if you don't want to use Photoshop, just cover your photo with transparent PNG mask. That's it. Convert your photos to artistic abstract paints in a matter of seconds. Requirements for PSD files: Photoshop CS4 or newer. PNG files should work in all graphic editing softwares and web apps which can handle PNG files.

 

What this package contains:

• 1 Hi Res PSD File with 10 masks in it ( 5000x5000 pixels )

• 1 Low Res PSD File with 10 masks in it ( 1000x1000 pixels )

• 10 Transparent PNG files ( just put them over your photo )

• Instruction Manual

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Cut it Out: Isolate Anything in Photoshop (Without Layer Masks)

Cut it Out: Isolate Anything in Photoshop (Without Layer Masks)
Duration: 34m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 477 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

 

Being able to isolate objects in images is an essential skill every Photoshop user should have. Unfortunately, many tutorials on object isolation will tell you to achieve this with layer masks, which are time intensive to make well and become pixilated when scaled. In this class, I'll show you how to isolate objects with clean, vectored edges. Then we'll dive in deeper and play with transparancy and adjustments.

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