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Total Recall Part 4

Jul 30

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We’re on Part 4 of our series of recreating the Total Recall movie poster!

In this series we’re going over everything from the lighting, the set-up, the composition, all of the elements, editing the image and everything in between.
In this episode we’re showing you how to cut out the square tiles in a manner that will look the best. We show you how to merge them with the body, and how to change the coloring of them as well. We also show some super cool techniques and tricks in Photoshop like the step & repeat (3:27).

This video is 17 minutes long but it’s because we go into detail about every element so we can teach you guys the best that we can! We’re having lots of fun teaching you this, and we hope that you are having just as much fun learning and creating too!

Total Recall Part 1
Total Recall Part 2
Total Recall Part 3
Click Here to Download Total Recall Images

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  • http://www.facebook.com/AmarjotChana Amarjot Chana

    This is like a free Phlearn Pro! Brilliant tutorial you rock dude!

  • Mackemac

    Instead of cmd+j can’t you just alt drag the group with the move tool. Faster :)

  • http://phlearn.com Aaron Nace

    great tip!

  • Emil Nyström

    A great series, i like it when you do like this, like you used to do alot before! Thats when we (I) learn the most.
    http://www.emilmedia.se

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