How to Use The Liquify Tool in Photoshop

2019-08-28T13:23:30+06:00July 29th, 2019|Tutorial|0 Comments

Liquify is one of the many things to learn in Adobe Photoshop. Today I am writing a step by step tutorial on how to liquify pixels with Adobe Photoshop.

I hope this will help the readers to learn about photo editing technique. If not, then it would at least help them to solve their confusion/s.

How to Use The Liquify Tool in Photoshop: Step by Step

Step 1 – First open your image file

 

Step 2 – Copy the background and create a new layer

 

Step 3 – Go to Filter > Liquify (Shortcut: Shift+Ctrl+X) on the top menu

 

Step 4 – A new layer of liquifying will open at this stage.

 

 

Step 5 – Select the Forward Warp Tool (Shortcut: W) from the liquify menu

 

Step 6 – Fix the brush size and apply it to the image

 

Step 7 – Use the brush to fix the distorted pixels on the images. Click on the “Show backdrop” option in the right menu to check the differences

 

Step 9 – To avoid disturbing other pixels around, freeze the pixels around.

For freezing the pixels, select the Freeze Mask Tool (Shortcut: F) from the left menu bar and drag the brush on the pixels you want to freeze. Click on “show mask” to see the masked areas on the image. Interestingly, the highlight of the marked pixels can be changed

 

Step 11 – Click on the magnifying glass sign to zoom in your images

 

Step 12 – Use the Pucker Tool (Shortcut: S) from the left menu bar to make the pixels cozy

 

 

Step 13 – Just like the Pucker Tool

Use (Shortcut: S)  the Bloat Tool (Shortcut: B) to do the opposite. This would help you to flatten the pixels of your images

 

Step 14 – Use the Push Left Tool

Use (Shortcut: O) to move the pixels to the left side

 

Step 15 – Use the Twirl Clockwise Tool

Use (Shortcut: C) to twirl the image pixels like the example image below

 

Anyone can use the steps mentioned above and learn how to liquefy images.

I always say, practice makes a man perfect. Try this technique and practice it by yourself for as many times as you can. This will help you to get more perfect at work.

Cheers!

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