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  • 3. This is My Picture
  • 4. This first thing you need to do is go to Layer-New-Layer
  • 5. You can name this what ever you want, I named mine Beer Mug
  • 6. Next, pick the paint-bucket tool with the foreground color as black
  • 7. Next, fill the image black
  • 8. Next, go to Filter-Render-Fibers
  • 9. Next, make sure that your Variance is at 16.0 and your Strength is at 4.0, then click OK
  • 10. Next go to Filter-Texture-Stained Glass
  • 11. Next, make sure your Cell Size is at 6, your Border Thickness is at 10, and your Light Intensity is at 1. Then click OK
  • 12. Next go to Filter-Sketch-Plaster
  • 13. Next, make sure your Image Balance is set to 20, your smoothness set to 8, and your Light set to Top. Click OK.
  • 14. Next, select the magic wand tool, make sure Tolerance is at 32 and Contiguous is checked.
  • 15. Click in the black with your magic wand tool then press delete.
  • 16. Next, click Ctrl D on the keyboard, go to layers, and select overlay. Also, make sure the opacity is set to 75%.
  • 17. Next, go to add layer mask at the bottom right and click it. Finally, go to your eraser tool and erase the bubbles around the cup. YOU ARE FINISHED!
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