And learn the texture technique used in the latest batch.
Start out with the base by duplicating it and setting the new layer to Screen 100%
Now create a new adjustment layer for Hue/Saturation and set the Saturation at +35
Now create a new adjustment layer for Selective Color and adjust to the following settings:
Reds: -100, +10, +10, 0
Yellows: 0,0, +10, 0
Greens: 0, 0, 0, 0
Cyans: +100, -5, +100, +65
Blues: 0, +50, +100, +10
Magentas: 0, +20, +10, 0
Whites: 0, 0, 0, -50
Neutrals: -30, +10, +5, +10
Blacks: -100, -100, -100, +100
Then set that Selective Color layer at 90% Opacity.
Now take this texture by toybirds and rotate it horizontally. You can now paste it over the image with the settings Darken 100%.
It looks a bit odd with the texture covering the model, so select the parts to the right of the gray line and erase them. The result should be:
To finish off, you can adjust the hue settings or contrast. You can also duplicate layers and choose settings. I made another adjustment layer for hue/saturation and set saturation at -10. My result was:
I usually try to find a texture that fits the image. If I need to, I will rotate them in all directions to make sure the texture hits the right spots. For example, if I had the icon below (from my upcoming batch :D), I'd choose a texture like the one next to the icon. The texture was one of mine from this set and I set it at multiply 60%.
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