How to make a pop art with a few clicks

How to make a pop art with a few clicks

How to make a pop art with a few clicks. For those of you who want to learn how to make vector images but are constrained by the problem of patience

How to make a pop art with a few clicks.For those of you who want to learn how to create vector images but are constrained by the problem of extra patience and precision, learning how to create Pop Art images is the solution. Actually making Pop Art images is no less complicated by making vector images, but with photoshop everything can be a little easier: D. This time I share how to easily create Pop Art images with just a few clicks, because here only requires Photoshop’s default feature, Filter Gallery. Pop Art drawing objects are usually close-up faces of living things. Do not need to go any further, no need to have extra expertise, here are the steps: 1. Open the object photo first, try the background that is not too dominant. Here I use a photo of Mas Beckham.

Then copy (ctrl + J) the background layer as much as 5 copies, and turn off all layers except Layer 1 (press alt + click on the eye image at Layer 1).

2. Select the Filter menu> Filter Gallery. The filter mode option will appear, select Sketch> Stamp. Fill Light / Dark Balance: 6, and Smoothness: 1–4. Then ok

3. Click and turn on Layer 1 copy.

Select the Filter menu> Filter Gallery. Then select Sketch mode> Graphic Pen. Fill Stroke Length: 15, Light / Dark Balance: 20. Then Ok

Then turn off Layer 1 copy and select Layer 1. Select the Select menu> Color Range, make sure the Fuzzines value is 0 after that Ok.

Back click and turn on Layer 1 copy and add Layer Mask (layer mask icon)

under the Layers panel. So that a layer mask will appear like this.

4. Click and turn on Layer 1 copy 2

Then select Filter> Filter Gallery, choose Artistic> Cutout. Fill in the Number of Levels: 6, Edge Simplicity: 8, Edge Fidelity: 2. And Ok.

After that, set Blending Mode to Multiply. Ss12, the results will be like this.

5. Click and turn on Layer 1 copy 3

Then select the Filter menu> Filter Gallery, select Sketch> Photocopy. Detail Contents: 24, Darkness: 1 or 2, and Ok.

Then set also the Blending Mode to Multiply. I think it will be like this.

6. Click and turn on Layer 1 copy 4, and change Blending Mode to Soft Light and 55% Opacity.

7.

Enter the background image that will be used. I use paper stock

Then swipe up Layer 1

8. Click Layer 1 copy 3, then press Ctrl + Shift + Alt + E to combine all the layers below and make a new layer (Layer 3)

Then select the Filter menu> Filter Gallery. Select Artistic> Cutout, fill Number of Levels: 6, Edge Simplicity: 8, Edge Fidelity: 2. And Ok.

Finally, change the Blending Mode to Darken.

So this is how simple the results of Pop Art images with their own face that I produce.

So … And good luck 🙂

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