Video Tutorial: Torn Paper Collage Effect in Photoshop

In today’s Photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a series of surreal ripped paper collaging effects that give the appearance of an image being ripped away to reveal a different image underneath. We’ll use a variety of fundamental tools and techniques, such as layer masks and adjustment layers, which makes this tutorial perfect for Photoshop beginners.

Beginner Photoshop Tutorial: Torn Paper Collage Effect

Assets used

► Torn Paper Isolated Cliparts and Mockups – http://spoon.graphics/tornpaper
► Portrait photo by Ali Pazani – https://spoon.graphics/3dT0A03
► Lion photo by Callum Hilton – https://spoon.graphics/3uKGJGy
► Blue Water photo by Innermost Limits – https://spoon.graphics/2Mr94jG

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  1. Thank you, Chris!
    “Prehistoric tools like scissors and glue.” LOL
    After spending the past 15 years learning Photoshop, about a year ago, I got back in to painting and mixed media IRL. I just wanted to experiment and tried new things. It is so exhausting! LOL I have piles of paints and mediums of all kinds, paper/substrates, adhesives, and so much more! One is only limited by their imagination – and their pocketbooks!
    Oh, and if I had a nickel for every time I tried to ‘delete’ a mistake, I’d be rich!
    I attribute my PS education to you and a few others.
    Thank you, again, so much!
    Su

    • That’s great to hear Su, I bet it’s really satisfying creating art the ‘old fashioned’ way. I rely too much on Edit > Undo so I get too frustrated when I try to draw or paint anything ‘in real life’!

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