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Flip merge and frame your art in photoshop for cool effects

Mirroring and framing are easy ways to add interest to your artwork. You have different sight factors in each eye but your brain combines all the data it receives into a whole picture. One way to un-translate this for an interesting effect is to flip, merge and frame an image like I did with this [...]
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