This post was originally published in 2016
The tips and techniques explained may be outdated.
The kinds of tutorials I love creating are those that produce a really cool result from quite a simple tool or technique. The artwork I’ll be showing you how to create today fits right into that category. It makes use of Photoshop‘s Liquify tool, along with a few additional edits to create the kind of trendy artwork that’s popular on album covers or as abstract backgrounds that could form part of a brand. One of the fun things about this process is you can achieve a different result every time, either by using an alternative base image, or even by just using the Liquify brushes randomly.