Iron Man Picsart Editing

Iron Man Picsart Editing

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Hi. This is Sony Jackson. I’m going to show you how to create Iron Man Picsart Editing that the first step are to make a selection around the subject, so we can isolate it from its background.

Iron Man Picsart Editing

Iron Man Picsart Editing


  1. First You Have To Download My HD Background Stock
  2. Then You Have To Open Picsart
  3. When You Open the Picsart Application You Have To Replace Your Photo with My HD Background
  4. Then You Have To Erase Your Background with Picsart or Any Other Eraser Tool
  5. And Then Adjust Your Photo with the Background
  6. And You Can Also Add Some Effects Like ( HDR Effect , Smoke , Dodge And Burn , Shadow , Color Grading )
  7. IF You Have Any Problem to Edit Your Picture Then Simply You Can Watch MY You Tube Videos Tutorial for More Information




Iron Man Picsart Editing

There are many ways to do this, but in most cases, I find that the Quick Selection Tool does a great job. If you’re using this tool as well, drag it over the inside of the subject. To remove areas outside the subject, press and hold Alt or Option as you drag over those areas.

To check your selection, press “Q” to see it as a quick mask. Then, revert it back into a selection by pressing “Q” again. To refine the edges of wispy areas like hair, go to select click Refine Edge If you’re using a later version, click “Select and Mask”.

If you prefer to use Refine Edge, Shift-click “Select and Mask” I’ve done in-depth tutorials on both of these filters, so if you want to watch them, I provided their links in my video’s description Check “Smart Radius”.

This detects smooth and hard edges We’ll drag the brush over the edge of the soft areas, but before we do, we’ll adjust the size of our brush. Make sure your Caps Lock key is off and press the right or left bracket key on your keyboard. Output it to a “New Layer with Layer Mask”.

Press “v” to open your Move Tool and drag your subject onto the tab of the template. Without releasing your mouse or pen, drag it down and release. To resize and position it, open your Transform Tool by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + T Go to a corner If you’re using a version earlier than CC2019, press and hold Alt or Option + Shift as you drag it in or out. If you’re using CC 2019 or later, just press Alt or Option as you drag it. To reposition it, go inside the bounding box and drag it Then, press Enter or Return or click the check-market the top.

Open the folder and drag the pencil layer to the top. Temporarily hide it. We’ll make it visible and reposition it at the end. Make your subject active and make a copy of it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + J. Click the icon at the upper, right and click “Convert to Smart Object”. Go to the layer mask and drag it to the trash. If you see this message, just click “Delete”. Make the full color photo active and click the Adjustment Layer icon. Click, “Black & White”. Shift-click the color photo to make it active, as well, and convert them into one Smart Object.

Make two copies of it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + J twice. We’ll group the black and white photos into a folder by Shift-clicking the bottom one to make all of them active and pressing Ctrl or Cmd + G. Open the folder and hide the top photo. Make the middle photo active and change its Blend Mode to “Color Dodge”. Go to Filter, Blur and Gaussian Blur. Blur it 8 pixels. Click the Adjustment Layer icon and click “Invert”.

It’s important to know that an adjustment layer affects all the layers below it in the Layers panel If we want it to affect just the one layer below it, we’ll need to clip it or restrict to that layer To do this, click the Clipping Mask icon or press Alt + Ctrl + G on Windows or Option + Cmd + G on a Mac You could also go to Layer and “Create Clipping Mask”. We’ll add another adjustment layer that will reveal more of the darker tones of the photo.

Click the Adjustment Layer icon again and click, “Levels”. Clip it to the layer and drag the Input black level to the right Since very photo has its own characteristics of brightness and contrast, feel free to adjust this amount Shift-click the first black & white copy to make it active as well, and convert it into a Smart Object Change its Blend Mode to “Color Dodge”.

Make the top photo visible and active. Go to Filter and Filter Gallery. Open the Sketch folder and click “Charcoal”. Make the Thickness: 2, the Detail: 5 and the Light/Dark Balance: 75. Change its Blend Mode to “Multiply” and its opacity to 40%.

Make the folder active and change its Blend Mode to “Multiply”. Make its opacity 70%. Ctrl-click or Cmd-click the thumbnail of the paper to make a selection of its shape.

Click the Layer Mask icon to make a layer mask of the selection next to the folder Close both folders and make the cut-out subject visible and active. We’ll add an inverted layer mask next to it by Alt or Option-clicking the Layer Mask icon This hides the color cut-out of our subject We’ll reveal it back though the layer mask by brushing white over our image

To do this, open your Brush Tool and Brush Picker. As I mentioned at the beginning, I provided a custom sketch brush that you can download. Its name is, “KYLE Ultimate Pencil Hard”.Iron Man Picsart Editing

Its default size is 8 pixels, its opacity is 100% and its Flow is 100%. Make your brush bigger. Brush over the area of your image to reveal the color portion of your subject that juts out.Iron Man Picsart Editing

To hide areas of the color photo, press “x”on your keyboard to invert your foreground and background colors and restore the default Flow amount to 38% Then, brush over those areas.Iron Man Picsart Editing

Continue to reveal and hide the layer mask at different Flow amounts to achieve just the right balance of transition between the color photo and its sketch counterpart.Iron Man Picsart Editing

Next, we’ll selectively hide areas of the background behind our subject to bring the attention more to the subject, while still revealing some of the environment the subject is inIron Man Picsart Editing

Make the Layer Mask active and fill it with black, which is the foreground color Ctrl-click or Cmd-click your cut-out subject to make a selection of its shape With the Layer mask still active, we’ll fill the selection with white, which is our background color

Invert the selection by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + Shift + I. Go to the thumbnail of the paper and press Alt + Ctrl + Shift on Windows or Option + Cmd + Shift on a Mac to confine the selection to the boundaries of the paper. To check your selection, press “Q” to see it as a quick mask. Revert it back into a selection by pressing “Q” again. Hide the selection by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + “H”

The selection is still there, it’s just invisible to our eyes. Make the Layer Mask active and lower the Flow amount Proceed to reveal back the sketch drawing through the layer mask Feel free to raise and lower the Flow and adjust the size of your brush until you’re happy with the look of the background of your sketch drawing Make the pencil visible and active

Open your Move Tool by pressing “v” on your keyboard and move it If you want to rotate it, use your Transform Tool Lastly, for this particular photo, I’ll add shadow under the hand I’ll make the Group 1 folder active and make a new layer above it

The shadow is placed under my cut-out color photo. I’ll open my Brush Tool and Brush Picker.

I’ll pick a soft, round brush with a Hardness of 0%. Its Flow is 100% and its opacity is 60%. I’ll make my brush small and drag it across.

This is SONY JACKSON. Thanks for watching!