Do you enjoy a nice horror movie with some decent gore and splatter effects? I find many Photoshop artists are indulging in the horror makeup techniques, so I select some of them to share. Have some fun with your photos, but don’t scare your kid brother too much, please.
Well Halloween is right around the corner; I thought this would be an ideal time for another creepy tutorial. This tutorial is somewhat based on the horror film “The Ring”, the eerie frightening girl who comes out of the well. With her pale creepy face, long shaggy hair and black colored eyes, she scared the heck out of me when the movie first debuted. This tutorial is not exactly trying to mimic her all the way, just some parts of it. I’ll be using the all so beautiful Jessica Alba for this tutorial. This tutorial will teach you how to sample from other images and blend them together nicely using some overlays and the eraser tool. Just like a produce who takes beat samples from other music to put into their own, Photoshop users do the same thing, we take samples from parts of other images and blend them into our own.
This Photoshop CS2 tutorial will show you how to rot people’s face, expose their skull and turn them into zombie.
3. Cat Woman
Turn someone into half human, half animal!
This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to create a zombie with some easy steps.
When starting a macabre photo manipulation of a stock photo there are some things you should consider. Size, quality, clarity and pose.
In this tutorial we will be manipulating a black and white photo of a man’s face into a futuristic digital image.
Hello everyone. I’ve used a lot of these tutorials, so I thought it was only fair to contribute to them myself. First tutorial, but I will give it my best.
this is going to be an ultra simple tutorial for making this image. It can add a lot of sexy and elegant yet creepy effect to any of your family photos, so since it’s a quick and easy tut I sincerely recommend you to try it out. We used a picture of Amy Lee, so for a start you need to get some photo to work with, though don’t forget that you need someone with light eyes, it wont work good enough on brown / black eyes.. discrimination, I know.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to look at a way to give a photo a more "ghostly" appearance. I’m a fan of horror films, but I admit I’m a bit shallow in that I usually just watch them for the special effects. I’m usually sitting there thinking to myself, "I wonder how they did that". So while playing around in Photoshop one night, I came up with this little technique for taking a living, breathing person and making them appear more like a ghost, which is why I called it"ghosting an image". It’s a simple effect with only a few steps involved and they’re easy to do.
I will help you through this tutorial, to create a movie poster, spooky card, or something that you would like to try.