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02-25-2003, 09:23 PM
This is a question for photoshop. How would I draw a jason mask with one side of the mask melting in blood?
02-25-2003, 10:00 PM
Has anyone ever tried making the image itself...I mean try making it for about a couple days...use filters...shapes,blends...even draw it out...scan it...them colorize...etc...you guys think a tut is easy to post at times when it isnt...it takes time from our life to forfil you needs & at the end there is no appreciation show because you dont even use it for a meaningful purpose!
Grrrrrrrrrr...Im outta here...I'll be at the GRAFIX LOUNGE where I belong...GRRRRRRRRR!
02-26-2003, 02:26 AM
Hmm. Making a Jason Mask does sound a bit tricky. Can you maybe find royaltee-free stock and clip a hockey goalie mask out? Grunging it up could be done with colour burn and perhaps some texturing with some layer blending modes and some displace to map it onto the mask. Having it "melting in blood". Hmm. Not really sure what you mean. Maybe liquify?
[Edited on 26-2-2003 by Phil_The_Rodent]
02-26-2003, 03:18 AM
Personally, I would draw the mask from a picture or movie clip. And texture it in PS. Not easy, but you can make it all yourself. I got a pretty good meting bloody effect from an Eye Candy plug-in. (LINK (http://www.geocities.com/sademise/demisepages/dt2/digital/eme.jpg)). I think making a full normal one a full bloody/melted one, and then fade the two together? Used it on an image of Ememin that was on the net, cant use it for income but it sure was fun!
I would like to see it when you are done! Or before! Now, I am going to dig out my old Jason drawing and post it now!! Aaaaaa the memories!! :lol :lol
Urban!! Quick, get someone close to rub your belly!!!! ;)
[Edited on 26-2-2003 by Demise]
03-25-2003, 12:21 AM
for you jason mask... i would use this image
THE MASK (http://store6.yimg.com/I/horrorshop_1726_7633880)
fix it up, and remake it in photoshop..
and then add one of the blood tutorials lying around on the net. Hope that helps
[Edited on 25-3-2003 by biggieh]
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