Basic paint toss splash effect
This is a small tutorial I made for the upcoming contest. It's not very detailed or informative, but it should give you a basic understanding of what kind of entries I want to see.
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In this video I step a little out of my comfort zone and create something ‘arty’. Using selection techniques I add a splash effect obtained from two water splash images.
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