There are many ways to make yourself look cool like rescuing babies, planting trees, or even hiring someone with consistently bad breath to hang out with you so you become the social favorite by comparison... it does work. But I think the comic book super hero method ain't too bad either and so today you'll learn some helpful workflow tips integrating Photoshop along with how to take your footage and give it that comic book style.
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