Photoshop CC tutorial: How to create an Abstract Liquify Effect Background Texture

Photoshop CC tutorial: How to create an Abstract Liquify Effect Background Texture

In this Adobe Premiere pro CC Tutorial, I will show you how to create an abstract liquified texture or background form scratch using the liquify tool, clouds filter, and gradient maps. You could also do this with a photograph instead of the clouds filter.

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27 replies
  1. Missim You
    Missim You says:

    Awesome, I’ll have to give it a try. I’m aiming to get that holographic background so hoping I can make it using this.

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  2. Scott Jolteon
    Scott Jolteon says:

    Would there be a way to use more than 2 colors with this? Like layering several different pictures like this, im really new to photoshop so I wouldn’t know but if someone gives me the global Idea I’ll make my own search 🙂

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  3. Abscondet Mind
    Abscondet Mind says:

    It was an awesome experience ever I have been watching before….Really you did a great job… Have a Great day….. Waiting for more crazy facts that you’re waiting for….. Cheers!!!

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  4. Ibana Leschenko Carámbula
    Ibana Leschenko Carámbula says:

    Can you make a holographic background? Or a holographic effect for text or something? I’m addicted to holo things…

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  5. lavanya baid
    lavanya baid says:

    Amazing !! Thanks this is what i need but if i want to make it in 3 4 colors can you help me out plzzzz!!!!!

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  6. KatriaJudkins
    KatriaJudkins says:

    Thank you so much! I was trying to figure out how to do this by hand with paint, but this is less messy and it’s also less time and money consuming!

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