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Create This Epic Manipulation of Ancient Scandinavians in Photoshop

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The principle of operation remains the same. I think it will not be difficult.
Eliminate unnecessary parts with a layer mask. If you need to recover, some portion of the image to switch the background color to white and you’ll recover and not clean. Red shows how I placed a piece of landscape.

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Step 44

That’s how I got the result.

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Step 45

Now proceed to adding ships. Create a new group. Place it under the group by clicking on the icon of the group in the Layers palette, name it “Ships”. Place it under the group “promontory”.

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Step 46

Open the image of the ship. Go to File > Open or the short key Cmd /Ctrl+ O

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Step 47

Select Quick Selection Tool (W) in toolbar and select the ship. Be careful when you select some items may not be highlight.

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Step 48

Select Move Tool (V), grab a selected part of image, and drag it to the tab with our work.

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Step 49

Now reduce the ship as shown in Figure. Go to Edit > Transform > Scale. After flip horizontal this fragment. Go to Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal.

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Step 50

Duplicate the layer with the ship 6 times (the short key Cmd /Ctrl+ J). Arrange them as shown, or you can come up with your own version.
Change the size of each ship, making each less. Remember, the farther the ship the less its size.

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Step 51

Add a layer mask to the group of with ships. Select the Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar. Set it to the following settings: Size: 35px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 30% flow: 100%. Remove the extra part. Remove the clear line of shadow ships. Change the settings of transparency brush and erase some of the ships that are the most in the fog and the smallest.

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Step 52

That’s how my result.

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Step 53

Now add to it the shadow and the effect of movement. Go to group with the landscape. Create a new layer there. Select Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar. Set it to the following settings: Size: 65px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 30% flow: 100%.  Set color # 393e48 and draw a shadow for all vehicles

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Now we change the brush not mess around with various effects. To do this, click on the tab Brush. First, install the settings as shown in Figure.

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Then follow the tab Shape Dynamics of this window. Install the settings as shown in Figure.

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Then follow the tab Transfer of this window. Install the settings as shown in Figure.

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Step 55

Now you need to draw the white waves from reaching the ships. Change the color to # d2d2d2 and on the same layer draw white waves.

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Here’s how I did.

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Step 56

Now create a model. Open the image model. Go to File > Open or the short key Cmd /Ctrl+ O

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Step 57

Select Quick Selection Tool (W) in toolbar and select the ship. Be careful when you select some items may not be highlight.

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Now you need to adjust selection was not white outline around the model. Go to Refine Edge…

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Change the blending mode to Overlay for ease of operation with the model.

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Now set the settings for this window as shown in the figure. Apply the settings press Ok.

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Step 59

Now using the tool Move Tool (V) drag model in the working document. Model layer must be higher than all other groups.

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