Sep 15 2008

Photoshop Video Tutorial – Fun With The Liquify Tool

Published by at 3:37 am under Photoshop Tutorials,TUTORIALS,Video Tutorials

ps logo Photoshop Video Tutorial   Fun With The Liquify ToolAlrighty! It’s time to lighten things up a bit today. icon smile Photoshop Video Tutorial   Fun With The Liquify Tool

Yes, I could show you how to use the liquify tool the boring way by thinning thighs and plumping lips the “real way” but to hell with that! Let’s have fun!

I used a shot of Joey Lawrence that I took after my RockBand shoot in Calgary. My buddy Joey is a professional photographer and if you missed the interview I did with him, I strongly recommend you check it out and then check out his portfolio! The guy’s got game!

Have fun with it and post your liquify images on Yanik’s Photo School’s Flickr Group! icon smile Photoshop Video Tutorial   Fun With The Liquify Tool




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5 Responses to “Photoshop Video Tutorial – Fun With The Liquify Tool”

  1. Jamieon 15 Sep 2008 at 1:12 pm

    Haha nice! Sadly I don’t think my version of Photoshop (6) has that function.. maybe one day though ;)

    One small point – a friendly correction rather than a criticism – I think that first tool is called the forward warp tool, not the forward wrap tool.

    Thanks for the video!
    -J.

  2. Video19on 15 Sep 2008 at 11:17 pm

    Hi..
    Thanks Yanik. It’s a fun time, learn photoshop from your site :)

  3. Bekahon 18 Sep 2008 at 10:56 am

    Hey Jamie,

    I have Photoshop Elements 6 and you will find the Liquify tool and all the rest of the ones mentioned…

    Go to Editor, then Filter, then Distort. Liquify is there, with all its fun buttons.

    I tried to give cranky old grama a smile, but it looked rather odd.

    Have fun! -Bekah

  4. FrostedMouseon 09 Nov 2008 at 8:36 pm

    Just a side note, its Forward Warp tool, not wrap.. Just a moot point.

  5. awesome manon 04 Dec 2010 at 7:58 pm

    that is so funny man i nearly fell out of my chair

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