Creating the Loch Ness Monster in Photoshop

I challenged myself to creating the Loch Ness Monster in Photoshop. I started with a fruit and veggie bowl, using Garlic Flower as my base for the monster. With a new background, a few filters, layers and adjustments, I created an old looking, typical grainy Loch Ness photo, as if on a foggy day.
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This video showcases the steps I took, accompanied by music, to showcase my Photoshop experiment. It is not meant as tutorial video, but I do indicate what I used to create each layer and adjustment for those comfortable enough with Photoshop to be able to follow along and perhaps try it as well.

Image of the fruit and veggie bowl taken by Celinka Serre with Canon Powersho SX730 HS. Image of the water is royalty free from Pexels.

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