Zombie Photoshop Tutorial
In this first tutorial of The Photoshop Training Channel, I will guide you through the various easy-to-follow steps for creating a realistic Photoshop Zombie.
Why a zombie for my first tutorial? it’s not even Halloween?
Well, Zombifiying people in Photoshop is ridiculously good fun! And The Walking Dead is one of my favorite shows, so I figured I would start with a cool-looking zombie!
Also, the techniques that you will learn in this Photoshop tutorial can also be applied to many other types of projects. So you don’t need to create zombies in Photoshop to be able to apply the tricks you’ll learn in this video tutorial.
Update: You can see how crazy I am about Zombies in the Tweet below:
In this zombie Photoshop tutorial, I won’t be using any face swapping techniques, instead, I will use non-destructive techniques, so you can always go back and fine-tune your image.
I’ll use a picture of a young woman to create this cool Photoshop effect, but feel free to use your own image to make your zombie, the trick is with the textures we’ll be using.
Also, don’t be afraid of pressing Ctrl + Alt + Z (Mac: Command + Option + Z) on your keyboard to undo any mistake you may have done!
If you have any questions or comments leave them below.
If you created something and would like to share it, leave the URL to your image as well.
In This Zombie Photoshop Tutorial You Will Learn How To:
01:33 – Change skin tones using adjustment layers
03:45 – Transform and mask a skull
07:00 – Use textures to create damaged flesh
14:25 – Create the zombie’s teeth
16:50 – Add a scary background
17:05 – Create mist and fog using images of smoke
18:43 – Create a vignette using the brush tool
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thanks for the professional tutorial
Thanks for the comment!
very impressive, look’s like a real zombie 😉
Glad you liked it!
This tutorial was very helpful.
I like how you explain things very clear
Thanks soo much
No problem! Thanks for watching!
Thanks, Africa, Uganda
thanks for the tutorial .
thank you… very helpful… you are an artist
This is one of my favorite ones!!!
Thank you, Chuck!
Yes very nice
I wonder with what comment did you fill with black at the minute 11:36?
Thank you for the tutorial
dear sir image download link is not working
this was a little hard but it worked out at the end