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What you'll be creatingThis is a classic floating island scene with a touch of funny elements added to it. Multiple elements will merge together to create a believable scene. You will need Photoshop CS3 or later to follow this tutorial.
- Stars - fantmayo
- Grass - leeorr-stock
- Dirt - StockStop-Mike
- Island - mindsqueeze
- Meerkat - malenni stock
- Stairs - freeimages.com
- Tree - gd08
- Deer - lg-design
- Crow - frankandcarystock
- Farmer - freeimages.com
- Baby - o0otamarastocko0o
- Baby Carriage - doloresminette
- Cow - freeimages.com
- Butterfly - jjd
Snake - wolverine041269(Alternative)
Wonderful tutorial, thank you so much for sharing it
Its a very useful tutorial for all. Thank you
bro, this looks like ass!
The concept is nice, but the shadows are totally wrong. The illuminated side of the tree is on the opposite side of the light source, i.e. the sun, which is located on the left side. The shadows are placed as if the light is coming from the back, instead of the left side. Look at the tree, meerkat and baby shadow. The farmer's shadow is correct and all the elements shadows should follow the same direction. Also, they should have placed some roots in the bottom of the tree to give the artwork more realism and the hole in the ground should have grass in its edge.
It would look more realistic if it was used a grass brush around the edge of the hole and the island. The edge is too sharp.
The hole in the ground and the island could look more realistic if it was used a grass brush around the edge to make not to look so sharp.
That is Great, Thank you very much. But please I will like to download it if is possible.
This is a very good tutorial. I worked with it to make a birthday card for my mother in law - she will get a helper in her garden from us. But I am a little sad because the page with the download zip can not be find. But thank you for sharing this tutorial anyway
Sorry about that - link has been fixed.
Great tutorial, Johan.
Larry, this is a great page to pick up some PS pointers!
Thanks for thinking of me, your a swell guy... many thanks!!!
hi thank u ,i like to know all about it please send to me ,how i can learn it ?nice to me