Roman House Part II - The Drawing

Roman House Part II - The Drawing

Roman House Part II - The Drawing
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Step 25

Fill in the vine with color #386000.

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Step 26

Add shadows to the vine with color #294300, using a soft-edged opaque brush.

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Step 27

Using the same brush, add a highlight to the middle of the vine with color #6DBA00.

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Step 28

On “trees” layer, block in the ground area with color #B17235.

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Step 29

Add shadows to the ground (especially under the roof and under the bush) with color #632500 (30% opacity).

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Step 30

Make a new layer and name it “texture”.

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Step 31

Go to edit ? fill ? 50% fill

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Step 32

Go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise. Set to 5% and the filter settings to gaussian and monochromatic.

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Step 33

Erase the gray that overlaps things other than the ground.

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Step 34

Change the blending mode to overlay.

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Step 35

Now make another layer above the “roof” layer.

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Step 36

Fill in the palm leaves with color #423B00, and the stem with color #7F6C04.

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Step 37

Using a 15% opacity hard edged brush with color #756C04. To create the effect of individual leaves, draw leaves branching out from the stems.

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Step 38

Add shadow between the little leaves by using the burn tool (shadows mode, 8% exposure).

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Step 39

Add vertical shines to the leaves by using the dodge tool (midtones mode, 56% exposure). There is a horizontal shine across the leaf that is to its side.

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Step 40

Block in the leaves to the bush with color #156D00 using an opaque, hard edged brush.

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Step 41

Add shadows to the leaves with color #092F00 (soft edged 60% opaque brush).

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Step 42

Highlight the leaves using the dodge tool set to 31% exposure.

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Step 43

Make a new layer beneath the “plants” layer.

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Step 44

Block in the pot with color #FFB400.

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Step 45

Use the burn tool on highlight mode and 23% exposure to add some basic shadows around the pot. The darkest areas will be on the left side, and underneath the main part of the pot.

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Step 46

Highlight the very top, middle, and bottom of the pot using the dodge tool on it's last settings (step 42).

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Step 47

Make a new layer above the pot. This will be merged down later.

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Step 48

Fill in the entire pot area with black (color #000000).

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Step 49

Add highlights to the black by using color #2B1000 (soft-edged brush, 50% opacity)

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Step 50

Highlight it even more by using the dodge tool set to highlight mode and 64% exposure.

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