How to Render an Ice Wall Using Photoshop Filters

Written by charles pearson
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Some filters on Photoshop are so useful that they will practically create textures for you. An example of this is the glass filter. All that is needed is some preparation with filters such as chrome and clouds to create a texture that looks like a wall of ice cubes.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Photoshop

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Run the clouds filter under the "Render" drop-down menu.

    How to Render an Ice Wall Using Photoshop Filters
  2. 2

    Run the chrome filter under the "Sketch" drop-down menu.

    How to Render an Ice Wall Using Photoshop Filters
  3. 3

    Run the glass filter under the "Distort" drop-down menu using minimal smoothness and 14 distortion. Set the scaling at 50 per cent and the texture to blocks.

    How to Render an Ice Wall Using Photoshop Filters
  4. 4

    Set the blending mode to "Color burn" and use the paint bucket on the canvas, using a bluish colour.

    How to Render an Ice Wall Using Photoshop Filters
  5. 5

    Duplicate the layer and set the blending mode to Screen." Then blur that layer until you are happy with the results.

    How to Render an Ice Wall Using Photoshop Filters

Tips and warnings

  • Play around with different colours or experiment with the settings in the glass filter to get unique results.
  • Make sure to save often.

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