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Video Tutorial: Creating the Photo Manipulation ‘Birth of a New Era’

Video Tutorial: Creating the Photo Manipulation ‘Birth of a New Era’

Today I’m hugely excited to share our first ever video tutorial for FanExtra members. Video tutorials are something that many of you have been asking for and we plan on releasing a lot more video content to follow this first tutorial.

If you enjoy this video and find it easier as a learning method than our regular written tutorials then please let us know in the comments below.

Tutorial Details:

Time to Complete: 45 minutes
Tools Used: Photoshop CS5
Difficultly: Intermediate

This tutorial is a video version of our existing written tutorial: Members Area Tutorial: Creating the Photoshop Manipulation ‘Birth of a New Era’

Let’s get started!

Final Image

As always, this is the final image that we’ll be creating:

Video Tutorial

This detailed video tutorial will walk you through every stage of creating the photo manipulation Birth of a New Era. Our resident expert Cosmas Hiolos will teach you the vital skills needed to create this beautiful piece, and you can follow along with his workflow in real-time.

About the Author:

Cosmas Hiolos is a self-taught freelance graphics designer from Greece. His skills are focused mostly in photo manipulation and photo editing while his area of expertise is designing concept artworks for artists and music bands. Visit his online portfolio through the website Krieg Design

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  1. Jeanne Draachreider says:

    Absolutely loved your tutorial. It flowed effortlessly and I especially appreciated all the shots showing what each phase should look like after completing a section. I learned a few new techniques here as well. Great job.

    • Tom says:

      Thanks Jeanne! It’s so exciting to start publishing video content after so many of you have been asking for it.

      I’m so glad that you enjoyed this first video tut :) .

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