Leopard texture

Create a new document of arbitrary size. Fill the background with brown color.

Select foreground and background colors as shown in the picture below. On the menu “Filter” (“Filter”) choose “Render> Fibers”(“Rendering> Fibers”). Select the setting as in the picture below.

We use Filter> Stylize> Wind (“Filter> Styling> Wind”). Settings as in the picture.

Rotate layer 90 degrees and click Ctrl + F to repeat the filter.

Create irregular circles with “Lasso Tool”(“Lasso”). For more discharge, pinch Shift

Push Q to enable the mask. In the “Filter” menu, select “Artistis> Smudge stick “ (“Imitation> feathering”). Settings as in the picture.

Create a layer and fill it with a dark brown color.

Ctrl + Click on the layer window to get the selection. On the menu “Select” (“Selection”) select “Modify> contract”. We narrow the selection to 5 pixels. Create a new layer and fill it with any shade of brown.

Select and merge both layers. Choose a tool “Smudge” (“Finger”) in mode “Darken” (“Replacing Dark”).

We will use this tool along the edges to create a fur effect.

Duplicate the layer. On the menu “Filter” (“Filter”) select “Render> Fibers” (Rendering – Fibers). Settings as in the picture.

Change the blending mode to “Soft light” (“Soft light”)

Transfer: Holmren Nikita
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