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Transfer Artwork to a Wooden iPhone 4 Cover Using Photoshop and Filter Forge

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Photoshop is a fantastic tool for helping users creates images that can't or don't exist in real life. It is also a great tool for helping users create items that do exist in real life. In this tutorial, we will explain how you can use Filter Forge and Photoshop to create artwork that we will transfer to a wooden iPhone 4 cover. This technique involves applying an effect to an image in Filter Forge and then applying that image to a laser printout. We will then transfer that image to a wooden iPhone 4 cover. This technique is cheap, easy, and a lot of fun. Let's get started!


Filter Forge is a powerful third-party plugin that allows you to apply over 4,000 amazing effects to your images, and even create your own. To learn more about Filter Forge, you can visit their website, download the trial version of the software, or check out their filter gallery.

Editor's note: This tutorial was sponsored by Filter Forge.

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