How to Create an “Alice in Wonderland” Inspired Artwork with Photoshop

How to Create an “Alice in Wonderland” Inspired Artwork with Photoshop

How to Create an “Alice in Wonderland” Inspired Artwork with Photoshop
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Step 36

Set the layer mode to "Multiply" and reduce the Opacity to 80%. Here is how your image should look so far:

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Step 37

Right-click the layer and choose "Merge Down." Click "Image > Adjustments > Color Balance" and enter "-34" into the first field or slide the top slider a bit to the left. Enter "22" into the third field or slide the bottom slider to the right until your image has an aqua-colored tint.

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Step 38

Click "Image > Adjustments > Curves." Set your points as shown below or experiment to get a look you like.

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Step 39

Right-click the layer and choose "Duplicate." Click "Filter > Blur > Radial Blur" from the Photoshop menu. Set the Amount to "10," Blur Method to "Spin" and the Quality to "Best." Set this layer mode to "Luminosity" and reduce the Opacity to 30%.

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Step 40

Choose the Easer Tool and set the size to 600 and the Opacity to 50%. Click a few times in the center of the image over the model to reduce the blur and bring the objects into "focus."

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Final Results

Authors Comment

vailThe techniques used here are perfect for creating any dark fantasy piece for wallpapers, portfolios, album and book covers, or just for fun. I hope you have enjoyed it! I would love to see what you do with what you've learned, so feel free to leave a comment with a link to your work! To see more of my art and design, visithttps://www.eternityrites.com or send me a tweet.

- Vail Joy

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