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Lady in Green - created by magicalfruittuts


Lady in Green
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I am new here and am having problems learning your procedures. Please have patience. I was striving for simplicity here. No outside sources used. I used muted colors for mouth and eyes.

I will put steps here as site will not allow me to put in steps without pictures.

1. Cut out lady and put on seperate layer.

2. Remove stains using spot heal brush and patch tool.

3. Smart blur lady.. radious 2.1, threshold 20

4. Levels adju: 8,1,169

5. Hue/sat adjust. check colorize, 34,53,0

6. Image-adjustment-equalize.

7.Tweak hair with mixer brush tool size 6 px then 4px.

8. Airbrush face 50%

9. Use blur tool to blur out sharper shadows on neck.

10.Neck and chest skin airbrush 33% theen 68%.

11. Cutout dress seperate layer. Color #0b4312.

12.Eyes and mouth seperate layers color then lower opacity. Soften nose with blur tool.

13. final run blur tool over sharpoer shadows to tone down. Touch up spots on dress with spot healing tool. Blur tool to soften shadows on ear.
(5 years and 1332 days ago)

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the statue - created by chinmay


the statue
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thanks to George55 for Gandhi Statue , thanks to
african_fi for girl image and thanks to doc_ for Fish Eagle image (5 years and 1334 days ago)

4 Sources:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Good blend, but some edges of the added figure are blurry, and the head is distorted.

author says:

i tried bit and about head is distorted yes i wantedly did to match rest

(5 years and 1336 days ago)


CMYK46 says:

You wanted to match what? The head of the Gandhi statue isn't distorted. If you want to resize an image, hold down the shift key when scaling.

(5 years and 1335 days ago)


author says:

thanks for suggestion again .
is it OK now , hope so

(5 years and 1335 days ago)


avatar JamesD
JamesD says:

I agree with CMYK46 - clean up the edges, maybe a little DOF to sway attention away from the pixelated photo, and you've got yourself a good chop!

author says:

thanks jamesD u always rit

(5 years and 1336 days ago)


avatar George55
George55 says:

Thanks for using my source for this entry. Good luck. Agree with blending.

author says:

thank you

(5 years and 1336 days ago)


avatar sienly
sienly says:

i like your entry !

avatar sienly
sienly says:

i like your entry !

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Guiltss says:

The color of the portrait and Gandhi statue is too different

avatar lchappell
lchappell says:

I like the concept here, has a nice flow to it. Check your masking/blending some, other than that it's good stuff.

author says:

thanks for comment ..

(5 years and 1330 days ago)


avatar stefan-stefanos

nice!! I like the concept !!

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Woman Statue - created by magicalfruittuts


Woman Statue
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No external sources used. I mainly used stamp tool. Seperate layers for eyes, ear, and mouth and blouse. Colored these as seperate layers then adjusted opacity. I was trying to bring the statue to life. Airbrush was helpfull on facial areas. The subjects hair was the most difficult to work with, I ended up with a sort of punky blond hair effect. Fun experiment.

For the background:

Duplicate original picture
Choose the duplicated layer.
Change it to Exclusion blending mode.
Use levels to adjust.
You will see that the light and dark backgrounds are reversed and they are more blue than before.
Merge the layers or take a snapshot then continue modifying the picture (5 years and 1336 days ago)

avatar sienly
sienly says:

great idea!

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Not bad, but look at the lighting on the source pic & adjust your shadows accordingly. You might consider reducing the amount of empty space around the figure, too.

author says:

This was my first contest entry. Glad I checked my messages as it mysteriously disappeared. As I said in my original comment, I used no external sources. The background is just the background of the original picture we were given to work with. I may have touched up some of the scratches on the original background using the clone stamp tools.

The frame around the subject was done making a simple square and applying the gradient tool. Then cutting out a circle with the eliptical selection tool.

author says:

Ok, On second thought I see the differences in the background. I am trying to recreate how that was done and the only thing I can figure out is:

Duplicate original picture
Choose the duplicated layer.
Change it to Exclusion blending mode.
Use levels to adjust.
You will see that the light and dark backgrounds are reversed and they are more blue than before.
Merge the layers or take a snapshot then continue modifying the picture.

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Golden Statue - created by ChristianDarmali


Golden Statue
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(5 years and 1365 days ago)

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avatar gornats
gornats says:

nice gold effect , suggestion: soften the edge and if the bkgd is different color the golden statue should stand out more IMO. good luck

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Mystic - created by CorneliaMladenova


Mystic
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Used additional PxlEyes source from Mqtrf (5 years and 1456 days ago)

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I dont really get what is happening here
but I like the way you put layers together

GL

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