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Create an Abstract Composed Scenery
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If you wanna create something interesting, you can have a try to create a composed scenery. Any objects can be composed and turned to be an artwork.
Learn how to make this eerie photo manipulation with fairy and dragonflies flying around her. It will show you, how to make amazing depth of field on your manipulation by simple steps. You will see, how to use different blurs and blending modes on your work.
Learn how to create this amazing surreal underground scene with a heart created from branches and scattering leaves! This photo manipulation tutorial will teach you various techniques such as blending, complex masking, painting, working with groups, and more.
Using simple stuff can form a great funny creation. You can mix some leaves, branches and flowers together to form something creative. Here is a good example to show you to make an owl and you can use the same idea make something else for yourself.
How to turn a normal image into a funny poster? you can add some funny images behind your images and draw some ribbon or paint somethings on your image’s hand or face to match with the background to form a fantastic funny artwork.
You can use Photoshop to do a lot of art works inclulding photo manipulation. Using this, you can do something extraordinary and bring the legend into life. And this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a piece of Heaven in Photoshop.
Using different normal photos plus some light effects, you can form an extraordinary scenery. To start, you need to prepare simple images e.g. grass field, sky and a lady. Then you cut & paste and put them together. Of course, you can choose any other combinations as you like to form your own artwork.
The techniques in this tutorial will teach you how to subtly use Overlay effects and Selective Color to change the mood of your image. You’ll also learn how to place shapes to aid visual abstract design, how to use brushes to aid movement through the composition, and how to add depth to the foreground.