It remains to add 2 more fish :) Repeat all have done with the last fish. I duplicate it once. Placed as shown in the figure.
Now I want to add shadows to the belly of fish and make them a little brighter. To do this, add two adjustment layers.
The first layer is the Color Balance.
In the window that appears, for midtones and highlights, set the settings as shown in the figure. Tone can change by clicking on the “tone”. Be sure to apply to a group of adjustment layer.
Next adjustment layer is Hue/Saturation…
Set the settings as shown in the figure.
Our work with a fish is complete! Here is the result.
I really wanted to add the magic, so I used the space. Begin to create space landscape. Go to File> Place and select file with two yellow planet.
Select the with planets and click on folder icon in Layer panel to add in group the short key Ctrl+ G. Name it “Galaxy” Space group must be a under group with the model.
Transform the planets (the short key Ctrl+ T). Reduce their size so that they are slightly larger than the model and move them behind model head as shown in the figure.
Add a layer mask picture with planets and take the Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar.
Remove some of the dark using a Brush Tool (B) Size: 135px, Hardness: 0% Opacity: 60% Flow: 100%. Do not forget to set black color as your foreground color.
Here’s how should get.
The next step I did the wings of galaxies. I saw an amazing thing that the shape of the galaxy resembles wings and decided that it would be watered in addition to picture Go to File> Place and select file with galaxies.
Transform the galaxies (the short key Ctrl+ T). Increase their size by pulling the cubes on the edges of the selection. Tilt them slightly (-17, 88).
Duplicate this layer. Transform it. Press the short key Ctrl+ T. Click RMB on the document, in the drop-down list, select Flip Horizontal. Move this layer slightly to the right to get a symmetrical.
Now change the blending mode of both layers with galaxies. In the Layers palette. Click on the “normal” and from the drop down list, select “Lighten”.
Here so I got.
Next, remove the unnecessary part of the galaxy and stars. Add a mask to the group “Galaxy”.
Remove some of the stars using a Brush Tool (B) Size: 230px, Hardness: 0% Opacity: 100% Flow: 100%. Do not forget to set black color as your foreground color.
Here is my result.
The picture was lighter and more mysterious; I added space and fiery flying butterflies. Get down! Go to File > Place and add photo with butterflies. Reduce their size.
Create a new group and name it “butterflies”. This group will be sorted butterfly on the right and left. Then color. In this group will fire.