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Old October 27th, 2012, 04:32 PM
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Photoshop:How Can I Achieve A Varnish Effect

We have a white porcelain mask with a bird painted on one side, it inspired me to make my own in photoshop, I found a plain white mask image and overlaid a picture on it but don't know how to make it look shiny and varnished can anyone help as this technique could be used for loads of stuff including one project i'm planning with russian dolls they would look great with that shiny varnished finish.

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you can create a new layer over this and make ovals or "Lighted" gloss areas as you would think where the light would hit, and just set the color to white and set the opacity low so it looks more of a glare and gives it that "Gloss" look, Or. in the blending options there are different layer mask's and Layer options to make it that gloss effect with a click of a button to which one and which color you want it to be. if you need anymore help please e-mail or message back on here, thanks and hope i helped.
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We have a white porcelain mask with a bird painted on one side, it inspired me to make my own in photoshop, I found a plain white mask image and overlaid a picture on it but don't know how to make it look shiny and varnished can anyone help as this technique could be used for loads of stuff including one project i'm planning with russian dolls they would look great with that shiny varnished finish.


Your best plan of attack for any 'effect' recreation is study. Varnish or other transparent shiny masks are characterized by a sharp specular highlight where the object is closest/most perpendicular to the light. the edges are hard/sharp with little feathering.

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