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Lynn Mathieson

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Sketchbook

I n s p e r a t i o n R e s e a r c h i n g T e c h n i q u e s A n d I n f o P a n o r a m a C o l o u r P a l l e t R e f e r a n c e s Original Enhanced
Painting Vines and foliage, ruins colour pallet and hills Skyline and colours Things to do... Edit out ships in background
Use clone tool to edit out parts of the bridge from the background Add Vines and creepers to the bridge Add in hills to give depth to the background using the brush tool
Edit contrast using an adjustment layer Add in trees and foliage Distress the canvasing on bridge using a mask layer Take out building in background Use burn tool to distress and decolour canvasing on bridge Referance images for use in the background.
Used for editing the background hills. Used as a referance for painting in trees and bushes Elements and brushes used to edit the bridge http://www.graphictutorials.net/photoshop-tutorials/photo-effects/cityscape-concept-art/ http://psd.tutsplus.com/tutorials/photo-effects-tutorials/how-to-create-a-serene-panorama-from-multiple-photographs/ http://www.graphictutorials.net/photoshop-tutorials/photo-effects/photoshop-tutorial-how-to-create-the-photo-manipulation-%E2%80%9Cbrightness-tomorrows%E2%80%9D/ Techniques on how to blend and manipulate photos,
information on colour editing. This was used to help get an idea of how to blend elements of a photo together in order to create a realistic feel.
Original Concept Sketch Editing Painting Selected William Bouguereau Chosen to enhance colours within the photo F i n a l I m a g e
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