Photoshop: Horror and the Macbre Premium class

Marty Geller, Blue Lightning TV Photoshop!

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12 Videos (1h 36m)
    • How to Make a Vintage, B-Horror Movie Title Design

      B Horror Movie Title.psd
      12:27
    • How to Make a Ghostly Text Effect

      6:50
    • How to Make a Horrific, Gothic Text Image

      Medieval Door.psd
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      8:32
    • How to add Text to a Headstone or Gravestone lit by the Moon

      Gravestone.jpg
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      8:05
    • How to make a Scary, X-Ray of a Face

      Skull.png
      Skeleton neck down.png
      4:26
    • Part 1 - How to Make a Scary, Dungeon Wall with Rusty Chains

      Concrete wall dungeon.png
      Rust Overall.png
      RUST DARKER.png
      Rust bottom.png
      6:40
    • Part 2 - How to Make a Scary, Dungeon Wall with Rusty Chains

      Concrete wall dungeon.png
      Rust Overall.png
      RUST DARKER.png
      Rust bottom.png
      7:45
    • How to Make a Scary Wall Scrawled with Blood

      Concrete wall.png
      coldnightforalligators.ttf
      5:59
    • How to Make a Realistic Eyeball

      12:56
    • Make Your Text full of Flames

      Fire flames.jpg
      5:39
    • How to Transform Someone into a Ghostly Apparition

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      11:04
    • Luminous, Molten Text!

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      5:35

About This Class

This class will show you how to create scary, creepy, eerie images in the genre of horror & the macbre.

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A collection of Photoshop tutorials showing how to create a variety of images in the genre of horror & the macbre.

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Marty Geller

Blue Lightning TV Photoshop!

Marty Geller, Founder and Director of Blue Lightning TV, has had a long career providing on-air and print work for the television and entertainment industries. Clients include NBC, ABC, CBS, VH-1, numerous advertising agencies, national magazines, recording labels and major book publishers. His television work includes "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", "Saturday Night Live", "Dateline NBC", "Today", VH-1 and Paramount Television. Marty has designed record album covers, book jacket covers and logos. His illustrations have appeared in "Psychology Today", "New York" and on theatrical posters that have appeared on Broadway and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.. Marty has received Emmy Awards for his work in television and numerous awards for his work in Print.