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Create a Sweetie Fruit Background for an Image
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
- Photoshop is recommended for this tutorial -
Anything can inspire yourself to create a nice background as long as you pay attention to the things around you. This idea is to mix the fruit with a little bit of your design, then it forms a nicely imaginative background.
Normal flowers can be very beautiful and artistic, as long as you apply a little of design on the images. Using simple liquefied effect, it can turn your flowers or any other objects to be in liquid condition which makes your entire image to be special.
Have you seen a painting on fire? This tutorial will help you create this effect through the combination of the digital painting and the photo manipulation in Photoshop. Of course fire stock image will also be applied to form the final man On Fire effect.
Lots of passport or ID photos have a blank background, which is too monotonic for some of you. If you would like to improve this, you can add some colorful effect for your image background.
If you are headache of background design, lighting is a good stuff for your background creation. This lighting design has been adopted a few lighting effects such as gradient fill layer and radial lines. You can create your new design style based on these by changing colors or shapes.
When you would like to put your object into a mysterious scene, you can have a try on designing a dark foggy scene. The image could be projected as mysterious, since the object cannot be seen clear and end up to have a mysterious feeling to the reader.
You will see how to create this powerful human splitting up a car. Most of the lighting manipulation used in this image was done with photoshop layer adjustments and painting via a tablet. All 3D objects were created with the software Cinema 4D.
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.