Photoshop User TV: PhotoshopUserTV: Using the Liquify Tool and Creating an Electric Animation – Episode 321

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Matt shows viewers how he uses the liquify tool to correct an awkward pose or folds in clothing. Corey has a tutorial on creating an electric animation. Pete talks about rethinking the way you use the spot healing brush.
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Matt shows viewers how he uses the liquify tool to correct an awkward pose or folds in clothing. Corey has a tutorial on creating an electric animation. Pete talks about rethinking the way you use the spot healing brush.

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  1. Nice show! Tips right to the point!

    Indeed, the content aware tools are even better and as a physicist it was really a surprise that they use real physical equations to do this kind of thing.

  2. Larry Robinson says:

    Matt is missing RC and I’m wondering where is Scot.

  3. Joseph Myers says:

    Good show again. I think Corey’s lightning technique would work using photos of a single face with a myriad of expressions.

  4. Jack says:

    Terrific show.

  5. Warren Donowho says:

    Great tips.

  6. Shaun S. says:

    Another great show guys!

  7. Dave White says:

    Another good show. Thanks for the info on the liquify tool

  8. don says:

    Great show as always and I love Cory’s Lighting rods. Good tip on the liquify filter.

    Don

  9. David Bridle says:

    I would love to see a guests workflow or even one of the hosts workflows. From import to final transmit to client.

    Any tips on Lens distortion or portrait retouching. Not the skin retouch, that is done to death. But maybe adding catch lights to eyes in post, maybe because the light wasn’t positioned right or its the wrong shape.

    Love the show guys alway a pleasure to watch at work in the mornings.

  10. don says:

    Great show!

  11. Fred Lang says:

    Great show, guys.. bring over a bloomin’ onion and we’ll all do sound effects!!

  12. Takeshi I says:

    Great show. I am going to try Corey’s lightening right away.

  13. There is a better/quicker way! Pete’s demo using healing. Simply: 1. Select the part of the dress where the healing will occur. 2. Inverse selection. now healing will not affect the dress. I suspect you guys already know this.

  14. Randy Hanson says:

    nice show

  15. Dave Croft says:

    Come on Pete. Swap places with Matt and make a much more interesting show.

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