"Magic’s just science that we don’t understand yet.” ― Arthur C. Clarke

Low Polygon Portrait in Photoshop

In this fun tutorial I will show you how to create a low poly portrait effect in Photoshop.

I like to call this a Paper mask effect, or Origami effect.

The basic thing is to cover your model with a bunch of triangles, not squares or any other polygon shapes, but triangles.
Smaller triangles are, higher resolution of a model you will get, and opposite.

It is really fun and easy process.
You can apply this effect on anything that you like!

I will not provide a tutorial files, because you can work on your own files.

Have fun!

 

 

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2 Comments:

  1. Karthik Chary
    October 17, 2017
    Reply

    Hello sir!

    I have seen many tutorials of your
    Thanks for the great tutorials

    And i have a little problem in compositing !
    Can you please teach me how to composite images?

    Thanks sir!

    • nes
      nes
      October 17, 2017
      Reply

      I don’t have time currently to work 1 on 1. But follow my YouTube page and I will put some interesting announcement tomorrow about compositing.


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