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How to Fix Model Tearing/Glitches in Photoshop

Sun, 09 Mar 2014 03:01:55

cabooseblueteam

[center:2apvdp8r]How to Fix Model Tearing/Glitches in Photoshop Tutorial[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]What you'll need:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][lAdobe Photoshop[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Note:I don't know how to do this in Gimp sorry[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 1:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Open the image you want to edit in Photoshop.[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 2:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Duplicate the background layer. You'll only be editing from the top (2nd) layer.[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 3:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Use the selection tool to select the area you want to fix[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 4:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Go to Filter then select Liquify[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 5:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Use the Forward Warp tool edit the image[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 6:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Click OK when done editing[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 7:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Repeat the process on all the areas you want to fix.[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 8:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]If you have any texture tearing you want to fix, select the Spot Healing tool.[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Step 9:[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Highlight the areas you want to fix. This may take multiple attempts.[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Now you're done![/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]Before[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]After[/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r][/center:2apvdp8r] [center:2apvdp8r]If you had any issues post them bellow[/center:2apvdp8r]
Sun, 09 Mar 2014 03:17:48

kp0988

Thanks. :great: Simple enough, and useful for a lot of stuff.
Thu, 27 Mar 2014 10:01:12

AbsoluteZero

wow thats a hell of a lot faster an easier than what ive done. thanks for sharing!