13 Halloween Photoshop Tutorials

With Halloween just around the corner, today we present 13 Horror/Creepy Effect Tutorials using Adobe Photoshop to spice up your Halloween.

1. Dripping Blood Effect

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Create a bloody-mouth look using Photoshop

2. Mysterious Hollow

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Learn how to create dramatic and mystical scene

3. Creating a Zombie

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Learn how to rot people’s face, expose their skull and turn them into zombie.

4. Burning Flesh

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Neat tutorial on how you can create a burning flesh image in Photoshop.

5. Good VS Evil

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Here’s how you can split a photo into two distinct sides

6. Stone Statue Effect

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Make a scary statue from a portrait

7. Vampirize Gwen Stefani

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Make a perfect “vampire look” of anyone’s picture, in this case Gwen Stefani’s.

8. The Evil Eye

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Create sinister B-movie glowing eyes (AKA the Evil Eye)

9. The Ghost in the old House

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Creating the Ghost and mysterious effect.

10. Halloween Pumpkin

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Learn how to design abstract background of a Halloween Pumpkin.

11. Realistic Wound

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Learn how to make a realistic wound in Photoshop 7.0

12. How to Create a Severed Arm in Photoshop

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You’ll be learning how to create a severed arm with fleshy stumps and strings of sinew.

13. Alien Effect

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Learn how to transform a person into an alien


See also: Photoshop Tutorials





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Comment by Gouri
2011-01-11 01:32:45

Superb! Dripping blood effect is too good..

 

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