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Making a Nice Comic from your Image
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You may want to create your own comic from your image. However, to start with this, it is very time consuming and difficult. Transformation of your image into a Comic art is a good way, in this case. Here will show you some nice skills to do.
Here’s a little Photoshop guide to mimic the 300 style. The effects could also be applied to video in After Effects with a similar setup. Obviously there was a lot more in the compositing of each scene in 300, but I think this presents the basic elements. You can see the layering in an actual 300 shot on this page of the VFX article in this tutorial.
In this tutorial we are going to create a sort of “oldy worldy” composition featuring a compass. As always there is a PSD file at the bottom of the tutorial, in this instance, downloading it as this is quite a complex composition is highly recommended. Finally we put the compass, background and banner together to form the final image!
In this tutorial, it shows how he got stuck into creating one of his stylish images, starting from a basic model shot. It shares his tips on tricky cut-outs, seamless compositing, and blending of vector images so that they complement, rather than clash with, your composition.
To beautify a photo, one of the most direct way is to apply some nice colorful lighting to shine the image. There are different ways to mix the colors and these colors are also adjustable to suit for different image.
One of the most challenging montage or masking jobs in the profession of post-production editing is the hair lift. When the model has long flowing hair and the subject needs to change location many post-production artists call in sick. Move the Gamma slider to the right in order to preview your subject against a darker background in the image window.
Wish to change the flatness and two-dimension of your artwork? This tutorial has a quick fix for this by creating the illusion of depth of field in your illustrations to decrease the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image.