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mikedaoo:

Fresh Guacamole, Trippy af.

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sashkash:

“Sherlock, you know as well as I do that she is one of the only people we can trust right now. She loves you… and she worries”

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supermerlinmentalfringelock:

consultwithmouse:

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veiledsentiments:

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batchofcucumbers:

moriartyhasthetardis:

Yes. Perfect.

hahahahha my whole family came running down the stars because i shouted ‘OH MY GODDDDD’

HAPPINESS.

-insert insane laughter here- 

PFFFFT
Tinky-Molly
Sherly
La-lastrade
John
…Mycroft can be the creepy phonethingy in the ground. And Mrs. Hudson is the hoover.



 THIS ^^^^^^

OH GOD

obliviate-donnanoble:

supermerlinmentalfringelock:

consultwithmouse:

pernillo:

veiledsentiments:

sherlockimals:

batchofcucumbers:

moriartyhasthetardis:

Yes. Perfect.

hahahahha my whole family came running down the stars because i shouted ‘OH MY GODDDDD’

HAPPINESS.

-insert insane laughter here- 

PFFFFT

Tinky-Molly

Sherly

La-lastrade

John

…Mycroft can be the creepy phonethingy in the ground. And Mrs. Hudson is the hoover.

 THIS ^^^^^^

OH GOD

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asked by anon

So here’s a little tutorial for a paint effect with shadows. It was made with photoshop CS4 but you can make it with any previous version of the software. It is a beyond simple effect that takes no time to realize.So the picture I’ve been asked to explain the effect I used on is that one.  1. First step after opening my picture, is to make it black and white by using the little black and white circle in the layers window. That done, what I will try to do is to make the faces look like shadows by using the curve tool you find in the same black and white circle. Your settings will look like this.
2. Then, you open a new file sized 500x600px which you’re gonna use as background.
3. The paint texture I used is that one. I resized it width: 698px and height: 500px. Then I copied it on my background new file. There, what you do is you’re gonna turn it: right click > free transform > 90° CW.
4. So when that’s settled, you put your Moriarty picture (I didn’t resized it in that case) on the same background, but beneath the paint texture. You then put the texture in screen layers and you should get something like in the picture.
5. Take the Moriarty picture, duplicate it, put in above the first texture in screen, and put it in soft light with 30% of opacity. Then you take the texture in screen, you put it above the soft light Moriarty picture in soft light too, 100% opacity this time. You should get something like this. (this step gets the background to be seen a little more and the whole thing to be a little more darker)
6. You then only need to settle the color (I used red in the original, blue in here) by using the hue/saturation tool found in the same little black and white circle.
7. If your image has some flaws (like here, we can still see a bit of Sherlock’s coat on the right), you just delete them with the eraser tool. For the exact same thing, you flatten your image and sharpen it a bit; and here is your result.

Okay guys, so this is the easiest thing. I hope you enjoyed it and all, don’t be afraid to ask questions if you didn’t get something ^_^. 

asked by anon

So here’s a little tutorial for a paint effect with shadows. It was made with photoshop CS4 but you can make it with any previous version of the software. It is a beyond simple effect that takes no time to realize.
So the picture I’ve been asked to explain the effect I used on is that one.  

1. First step after opening my picture, is to make it black and white by using the little black and white circle in the layers window. That done, what I will try to do is to make the faces look like shadows by using the curve tool you find in the same black and white circle. Your settings will look like this.

2. Then, you open a new file sized 500x600px which you’re gonna use as background.

3. The paint texture I used is that one. I resized it width: 698px and height: 500px. Then I copied it on my background new file. There, what you do is you’re gonna turn it: right click > free transform > 90° CW.

4. So when that’s settled, you put your Moriarty picture (I didn’t resized it in that case) on the same background, but beneath the paint texture. You then put the texture in screen layers and you should get something like in the picture.

5. Take the Moriarty picture, duplicate it, put in above the first texture in screen, and put it in soft light with 30% of opacity. Then you take the texture in screen, you put it above the soft light Moriarty picture in soft light too, 100% opacity this time. You should get something like this. (this step gets the background to be seen a little more and the whole thing to be a little more darker)

6. You then only need to settle the color (I used red in the original, blue in here) by using the hue/saturation tool found in the same little black and white circle.

7. If your image has some flaws (like here, we can still see a bit of Sherlock’s coat on the right), you just delete them with the eraser tool. For the exact same thing, you flatten your image and sharpen it a bit; and here is your result.

Okay guys, so this is the easiest thing. I hope you enjoyed it and all, don’t be afraid to ask questions if you didn’t get something ^_^. 

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