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Published on Mon, Oct-18-2010 by Luca

Photoshop Marvel: Transforming the Image of a Girl into a Milk Figure


Creating a milk figure can be a great idea for an innovative milk ad campaign. The given Photoshop tutorial would brief you about the techniques to transform any image into a milk figure. All that you need to make this milk image are some photo manipulation tools, like transformation tool, burn tool, layer mask, and few stock images.

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Final Image Preview

Girl from Milk

Stocks Used:

1.Step

Once you open the fie you choose, select only the part of the girl’s body, copy and paste it into a new layer (Layer 1).

Girl from Milk 2.Step

Create a new white layer under the Layer 1 and apply a mask as in the image.

Girl from Milk 3.Step

Open the splatter’s file and go to: Edit -> Free Transform (cmd+T(MAC), ctrl+T(PC)).

Girl from Milk 4.Step

Now modify the splatter going to: Edit -> Transform -> Warp.

Girl from Milk 5.Step

Mask Layer 2 as in the image.

Girl from Milk 6.Step

Now go on: Image -> Adjustments -> Hue/Saturation (cmd+U (MAC), ctrl+U (PC)).

Girl from Milk 7.Step

Go to Layer 1 and mask to the parts where you want to add the splatters.

Girl from Milk 8.Step

Repeat the same thing in steps (3, 4, 5, 6).

Girl from Milk 9.Step

Now we must repeat the same process but under the Layer 1, creating a 3D effect.

Girl from Milk 10.Step

With the Burn Tool to darken the interested parts, as in the image.

Girl from Milk 11.Step

Repeat this step several times using other types of splatters.

Girl from Milk

Girl from Milk

12.Step

Create a new Layer and bring it over to all. With the Brush Tool and white foreground to draw some lines as in the image.

Girl from Milk 13.Step

Now change the Blending Mode from Normal to Overlay and set the Opacity to 40%.

Girl from Milk 14.Step

Create a new Layer and bring it above the background level. Go to the Gradient Tool and select Radial Gradient. Go to Gradient Edit and set the values as in the image.

Girl from Milk

Girl from Milk

15.Step

Select only the Layers shown in the figure and create a group (cmd+G (MAC), ctrl+G (PC)).

Girl from Milk 16.Step

Create an additional Layer under the Group1 and with the Rectangular Marquee Tool to select the bottom of the image.

Girl from Milk 17.Step

Select the Gradient Tool go to Linear Gradient and drag from top to bottom as in the image. After that deselect (cmd+D (MAC), ctrl+D (PC)).

Girl from Milk 18.Step

Now go to: Filter -> Blur -> Gaussian Blur and set the Radius to 5 pixels.

Girl from Milk 19.Step

Change the Blending Mode from Normal to Overlay, duplicate the Layer and set the Opacity to 50%.

Girl from Milk 20.Step

Create a new Layer, go to the Gradient Tool and select Radial Gradient. Go to Gradient Edit, sets the color from white to transparent and drag it behind the head of the girl, as in the image.

Girl from Milk 21.Step

With the Elliptical Marquee Tool select the points where you want to create shade, filled with black and deselect. Then go to: Filter -> Blur -> Gaussian Blur and set the Radius to 5 pixels.

Girl from Milk 22.Step

Add a mask and cover the interested parts to make more realistic the shadows as in the image. Than change the Blending Mode from Normal to Multiply and set the Opacity to 80%.

Girl from Milk 23.Step

With the Brush Tool and black foreground, create a new Layer and place them in the image of the point where the shadows is more intense. Set the Blending Mode and Opacity as before.

Girl from Milk 24.Step

Now go to Group1 and with the right mouse button click on it, select Convert to Smart Object. Right-click again and select Rasterize Layer.

Girl from Milk 25.Step

Go to: Image -> Adjustments -> Desaturate (cmd+shift+U (MAC), ctrl+shift+U (PC)), and desaturate the girl’s body. After adjusting with Levels and Curves to make it more similar to milk.

26.Step

Now mask parts of the head where you want to enter the splatters.

Girl from Milk 27.Step

Again, add the splatters as before. Mask and desaturate it.

Girl from Milk 28.Step

Now create a new 3D effect with the splatters and the Burn Tool as in the image.

Girl from Milk 29.Step

Once this is done, add a jet of milk that falls from to the top and integrate it with the image. As always, adding masks and setting Levels.

Girl from Milk 30.Step

Create a new Layer and bring it above the level of the shadows. Repeat the process to create the shadows as in the image. The blur, however, must have a Radius of 10 pixels.

Girl from Milk

Girl from Milk

31.Step

Now go to: Layer -> Flatten Image.

Girl from Milk 32.Step

Duplicate a Layer.

Girl from Milk 33.Step

Go to: Filter -> Blur -> Gaussian Blur and set the Radius to 2 pixels.

Girl from Milk 34.Step

Add a mask and cover the interested parts as in the image.

Girl from Milk 35.Step

Create a new Layer and draw a few drops.

Girl from Milk 36.Step

Now double click with the left mouse button on the drop’s level and follow these guidelines.

Girl from Milk 37.Step

Made all the steps click on OK.

Girl from Milk 38.Step

Now create a new Layer and fill it with blue. Change the Blending Mode from Normal to Color.

Girl from Milk 39.Step

Set the Opacity to 15%.

Girl from Milk Final Result: Girl from Milk

Girl from Milk

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29 Responses

  • quicoto say:

    Good way to destroy an out-standing photo ;)

    1
  • Lee Fuller say:

    Brilliant tutorial and great results..

    2
  • DM say:

    Very cool tutorial and very cool result! Good job on the tutorial, it’s straight forward and the steps are thorough.

    3
  • peter say:

    charming girl

    4
  • e11world say:

    I love Adriana Lima. Good choice for this tutorial.
    I would’ve like to see the milk drop show a bit more though.

    5
  • suraj say:

    Nice tutorial with high detailed information, thank you very much.

    6
  • TWEN STUDIO say:

    Great Job i like it !

    7
  • Yusuf say:

    Wow Excellent tutorial….very inspiring and true skill using Photoshop.. keep it going .

    8
  • testkings say:

    Thanks for sharing such a nice sharing.. keep it up.

    9
  • Tutorial Lounge say:

    you did beautiful design. thanks

    10
  • angelmois say:

    beauty work!

    11
  • neo tech blog say:

    great and fantastic work
    given tutorial awesome

    12
  • alex say:

    i cant see full tutorial here.where is tutorial and image

    13
  • Dainis say:

    Hi, Alex. Sorry for that issue. We fix it, now you can check it :).

    14
  • changebackgroundpicture say:

    Excellent tut, well done…seems hard

    15
  • phabloIII say:

    this is amazing, it’s a pretty great effect
    congratulations 4this !!!
    nice job

    16
  • jeev say:

    awesome tutorial thank you….

    17

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