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Started by Samantha Paige. Last reply by Gary Vernon Oct 7, 2012.
Peter....these might get you started. You'll want to create line art from your pics and hand colour them, unless you can find a plugin or action (I don't know if Elements can use actions. I use Photoshop.) In photoshop I'd create the line art then add a blurred colour layer.
I want advice, Im only beginiing to use Photo shop, and I want to know how to produce a characterture style image?
Any tips? I use elemets 7
thank you for taking time to read & reply to this
cheers gary another good point . at last a site were people will tell it how they see it and make sensible surgestions all good for the learning curve thanks all
Hi Cockney clicker,
yep shadows are too dark and the thing that bothers me is there should be a shadow of the kids, also the shadow is too circular, angle of the sun would create a more oval shadow..
This is sort of what I meant (see previous post) The shadow's not dead on..but I did this in about 5 minutes just as an example.
over all not bad..the shadows bother me some, just being 'on top of the waves. I think that the edges of the shadows should be 'choppy, like the waves. and a bit less dense. You got the lighting pretty good. I'd play with the position of the kid in the back bubble some..he seems to be floating in it rather than standing on the inner surface; as the front kid seems to be.
cheers mark good point about the shadows i might have another look if i get time an add some clouds see how it looks
This is one of my photoshop work
It's fun! ... and the bubble-effect is well-done. The sky is a little empty - maybe some clouds? And maybe the shadows cast by the bubbles on the water should be a little softer around the edges and less crisply defined. (Light would also pass mostly through a bubble - although the boys would cast more definite shadows!)
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