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Creating a Horror Face

Creating a Horror Face
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Creating a Horror Face: Start by opening an image of a model. Select burn tool with the settings shown. Now apply the brush on the face area to create bruise marks. Create some lines as shown using line tool. Select and merge all the line layers. Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.
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