A Work in Progress: From Thought to Canvas



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Original image


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All lined up

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 1

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Left handed shot from a right handed person.

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 2

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Print screen button >File > New > Clipboard> Edit> Paste

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 3

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Hand on screen

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 4

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Warp and liquify

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 5

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painted pen

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 6

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More warp and liquify

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 7

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Shading adjustment layers

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 8

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More Print Screens, then dragged the layers copy to working image

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Gaussian blur shadow

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Step 10

Final result

Creation of From Thought to Canvas: Final Result

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Comments

avatar Dragoncide

im confused. how did u get step 5 - 6. the colors dont match at all what so ever. how did you blend the fingers into it? and why is step 6 way to smooth compared to step 5 which looks like it has ripples?

(5 years and 942 days ago)
author says:

Sharp eye there, Dragoncide. In step 5, I had the colors going from bright at the edge of the screen to dark at the wrist. I didn't like that, so I flipped the order, dark at the edge, bright at the wrist. I did each finger individually, using different sections of the source. And step 6 is so smooth compared to step 5 because I spent a lot of time using liquify to smooth and round the colors. Hope this helps.

(5 years and 939 days ago)