Create a Cute Bunny House in Photoshop

Create a Cute Bunny House in Photoshop

Create a Cute Bunny House in Photoshop

Step 24

Open stock with windows. I choose one to move into our main picture, place it on the left side of carrot house:


Duplicate it and move it to the right side, on the lower position. Remember to transform it to fit direction of carrot house:


Call them "window 1", "window 2".

Create two new layer under window ones. Use soft black brush with opacity about 40-50% paint along window contour to make shadow for them:


Step 25

Make group for these windows and make a Hue/Saturation layer to change their color:


The window on the right side catches some light from background so it must be a bit brighter. Create a new layer and I use soft white brush to paint on its right side. Change the mode to Soft Light 100%:


Step 26

Open fence stock. I only cut a small part of it, downsize and place it near the right side of carrot house:


Duplicate it twice and move them to the right:


Add layer mask to blend their bottom with the grass:


Call them "fence 1", "fence 2", "fence 3".

Come back to fence stock again. Cut a very small part and place it under fence ones:


Duplicate this part and move to the right:


Name them "fence 4", "fence 5". Apply Layer Style for these layers.


Step 27

Create group for fence ones. Make a new layer under them and load their selection by holding Cmd/Ctrl+click +Shift:


Fill this selection with black then transform and lower opacity to 30%, apply Gassian Blur 2 px, to make shadow for them ( I won't say in detail as you can look at previous steps as reference).


Use a Color Balance layer to add a light yellow tone for the fence:


Make a new layer ( within fence group) and use soft white brush to brighten more the edges of the fence. I set the mode as Soft Light 100%:


New layer again and I change brush color to black. Paint on fence bottom and change mode to Multipy 30%:


Step 28

Open bunny 1 stock. First use your favorite method to extract and copy him into a new layer.


Make a new layer and use Smudge Tool to create the fur for this bunny with same method done in step 1. I make a new layer between bunny and background and fill with dark green to make you see the result more obviously:


Merge extracted bunny and smudge layer. Move it into our main picture, resize and place him at the right edge of foreground:


Add layer mask and blend him with the grass:


Step 29

Make a Color Balance layer ( Clipping Mask) to change his color :


Create a new layer and I use Dodge and Burn Tool with similar method in step 19 to change bunny contrast and add some light as he looks flat.


Step 30

Create a layer under bunny 1 one. Use soft black brush to paint along his body to the front leg and lower opacity to 30%. Call it "bunny 1 shadow 1":


Make another shadow of bunny 1 on the grass with our familiar technique ( Normal mode 30%) :


Step 31

Cut bunny 2 and make his fur as done with bunny 1. Place him at the left of foreground and blend him with layer mask:


Make two shadows for this bunny as we did in step 30:


I add a Color Balance layer with Clipping Mask for bunny 2:


A Dodge and Burn layer to brighten and change contrast:


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21 comments on “Create a Cute Bunny House in Photoshop”

    1. No, This is a photoshop tutorial you are suppose to make it not take a simple picture of it

  1. Hallo!
    You know, you remind me about Telletubies! :D
    I like your simple technics but can make so many differences!
    Super Good Tuts! :D
    Keep Up your GOod Work!

    I am waiting for your next tuts!

    Yours truly,

  2. Thank you for this tutorial. As a beginner I appreciate the step-by-step instructions. It's easy to follow.

  3. When I press R I get a pop up that says could not complete your request because it only works with opengl enabled document windows.

    1. Go to Photoshop/Edit > Preferences > Performance. Enable the "Use Graphics Processor" option then click on Advance Settings to ensure it is enabled in there too.

      If this option is grayed out, it could be because you need newer graphics drivers (download from Nvidia/AMD's website) or because your video card isn't supported.

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