Change a little the fur's color applying the color filter: Image - Adjustments - Photo Filter
Copying this layer, group it with the basic layer: Layer - Create Clipping Mask
(ctrl+g). Then blur out the copies in the necessary direction, using Filter - Blur - Motion Blur
Change the layer's type on Soft Light
and minimize the Opacity
Choose again the Smudge Tool
and set out a brush of small size, making the picture accurately and more detailed.
Apply a different instrument now: Eyedropper Tool
, and choose the darkest color on the fur. Creating a new layer above the background, outline the gorilla's body.
Combine the layers containing the head and the outlined body: Layer - Merge Down
(ctrl+e). Copy the new layer that we've got: Layer - Duplicate Layer
. Place this copy lower than the basic layer with the gorilla and blur it out, choosing Filter - Blur - Gaussian Blur
Insert the picture now in the frame, making use of the Crop Tool
and Rectangular Tool.
To make the picture look more interesting, just add the texture.
You have to open in a new window the necessary texture you want to insert in.
Mark it out with the Rectangular Marquee Tool
and copy it: Edit - Copy
Get back to the file with the picture and insert it on the upper layer: Edit - Paste
Decolorize this layer, applying Image - Adjustments - Desaturate
(shift+ctrl+u) and change the layer's type on Soft Light
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