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Subtle Airbrushed Artwork effect

Ever wanted to give your photographs a subtle airbrushed/painterly effect? Give your photographs a unique look with the our new Smart PSD for Photoshop. The Airbrush effect makes uses the Photoshop Filter gallery to recreate a smooth and airbrushed/painterly effect to your photos - making it look like you spent hours hand airbrushing or illustrating your latest masterpiece!

The smart psd allows you to easily tweak the filters used to create result to suit your photographs specific level of detail and create a unique effect each time.

Use it to create posters, album covers, book covers, illustrations, postcards etc.

Included in your download: • Airbrush_landscape.psd (3000x2000px @ 300dpi) • Airbrush_portrait.psd (2000x3000 @ 300dpi) • Airbrush_square.psd (3000x3000 @ 300dpi) • One .txt Help file explaining how to tweak the effect

The psd includes: • One smart layer to drop in your photograph • Airbrush effect (2 layers - you can tweak the result to suit your photograph) • Border layer (can be turned on or off) • Halftone effect (can be turned on or off)

Requirements: • Adobe CS3 and higher • Basic knowledge of Photoshop

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