This was requested by K33NZY.
I was going to release it to just .MR members, but I decided to just post it here.
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Get a canvas out. I used 350x150.
Now put your render in a good place and duplicate that layer and put it so you now have your render(s) covering the canvas.
Than go to Motion Blur and use -36 for Angle
and 139 for Distance
Now create a new layer and fill it with the color of his shell.
Than change it to color and change opacity
Throw in some abstact brushes with a bright green color.
Now use a 65 pixel soft brush and use the color black. Now make a new layer and brush it in the bottom right hand corner.
Change to Overlay
Then use a rising sun brush and use it with the color black. Now put it in the corner and make sure it goes out to the edges of the canvas.
Change to overlay
and than opacity
Throw in a grunge brush with black color near the middle, but on the right side.
Change it to Multiply
and switch the Opacity
Put your render in dead center. Smudge a little under him with a cloud brush.
Now use your lasso tool and outline the render, than put a layer mask around it.
Now make a new layer and get a 35 pixel soft brush with the color white.
Color over the bright parts of his face and shell.
Than change the layer to overlay
and the opacity
Now onto the Gradient maps.
Put a B&W Gradient map on Multiply
Now put the Purple & Orange Gradient map on Screen
and the opacity
Than put a green photo filter on.
Than use a green & white Gradient map on screen
Now use the Curves map and make the image a bit lighter.
Than finally put a Brightness/Contrast map on and change the brightness to 20 and contrast to 16.
Add a corner floral brush in black onto the bottom right hand corner, above the dark spot, on Overlay
with 50% opacity
Than make the corner above that darker with a 100 pixel soft brush on the same layer.
Now lighten up the bottom left hand corner with a 200 pixel soft brush in a new layer. Make the brightness go up the left side a bit too.
Change the opacity
Now simply add your text and cinematic border.
Post your outcomes! That'd be awesome.