Liquid Effect Tutorial | Adobe Photoshop



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Hey guys!
First of all, I want to wish everyone a happy new year! I hope you’ve all had a good one!
So in this tutorial, I show you how to create a liquid-like effect in photoshop which can be used for a wide variety of purposes, but of course for me, these would be used behind my lettering work. As I mention at the start of the video, I understand that the overall concept is fairly straight forward, you use the liquify tool, however, I am showing you the settings which I have found to work best, and some tips to help you achieve the best possible effect! In addition to the liquid effect, I also take you through a couple of further steps to give it the halftone and grainy look which you may have seen on my Instagram posts, and at the start of this video. As always, I really hope this tutorial helps you out in one way or another and teaches you something you maybe didn’t know prior to watching.
Anyway, take it easy guys! Here’s to a new year of creativity!

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Take it easy guys!

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