Ask PS Great God, how does the dog on the left do?

In the PS filter library, all kinds of oil paintings, dry strokes, painting and painting have been tried, and you can't make this effect like animation or oil painting. Is there a big god who knows?

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    Mexing the size of the photo. Because the PS filter is based on pixels, if the filter effect is added, the image size will be adjusted, and the effect will be weakened. Then adjust the adjustment and contrast. The best way is to add the adjustment layer so that it will not destroy the original layer.
    In the background of the photo, there are many ways to implement it. Personally, I recommend applying the background directly on the layer with a brush. This step can not be so meticulous. Even if it is rough, you can adjust it in the later steps. There was no left shoulder in this photo I took, so I copied the right shoulder directly, turned it over the position of the left shoulder, and simply adjusted it. This step does not need to be done well, and the basic shape is accurate. It should be noted that highlights, shadows and overall tones.
    The picture has been basically adjusted, and the filter should be added.
    Themaking in the layer mask (press Ctrl to click the layer thumbnail) merged copy (Ctrl Shift C), create a new layer and paste, and copy another layer in the same way. Align the copy of the layer with the original layer (Tips: You can change the layer mixed mode to "difference". If the screen is black, it is aligned, and then change it back).
    The application filter on the bottom layer: filter library -artistic effect -poster edge. Adjust the parameters to get the outline of the object in the photo, making it like a comic.
    The application filter on the middle layer: filter library -brush drawing edge -enhanced edge. This can brighten the image and add highlights. Then change the layer mixing mode to "superimposed".
    The third layer, applying filter: filter library -style -illuminating edges. The screen is darkened, but don't worry, adjust the layer mixed mode to "brighter", reduce the opaque degree to "50%", and the effect comes out.
    of course, these parameters are not unchanged, but also depend on specific pictures. So, just make it as you feel, if you are willing, you can try some other filter effects. After the adjustment, the effect should be similar to this:
    The three layers can be seen, all are selected and then combined to copy a new layer, and still align with other layers (it is best to copy another copy to prevent it in case) Essence Before starting the painting, you must adjust the settings of two Photoshop (translation: not necessary). First of all, in the preferred -performance, change the "historical record" to 200 (translation: 50 is enough), and then in the In the keyboard shortcut key, the shortcut key to "step back" is changed to "Ctrl Z", so that during the painting process, you can quickly restore the signs.
    It's exciting moment to (^o^)/, select "Apply Tool" (shortcut key "R"), select a small soft pen brush, and set the intensity to "50%". Then start drawing, and apply the effects of the filter to the brush strokes. Each pen should not be too long. The brushstroke trend follows the natural lines of the object itself, the outline of the skin, the curls of the hair, and the pattern of the clothes. Be careful not to put the lines of the object itself. Once you draw the wrong, restore it immediately.
    Practical shortcut keys: "[" and " adjust the size of the brush, the number of digital keys to adjust the application effect, "0" is "100%intensity", "9" is "90%intensity"
    During the application process, it can be extended to the rough head outline of the head of the character before the hair is extended.
    In after painting, you may need to add a background to refer to Fabio's "Cosmic Background Tutorial", which is very good. I added a spiral galaxy picture of NASA on the basis of this tutorial. I copied the finished illustration layer and moved to the bottom, adding a high radius Gaussian blur, forming a luminous effect, which can also be distinguished from the background.