Create This Stylistic Mixed-Media Artwork in Photoshop

Create This Stylistic Mixed-Media Artwork in Photoshop
Create This Stylistic Mixed-Media Artwork in Photoshop
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Step 30

We have the perfect selection that we can use to reveal the blocked area. Click on the model's Layer Mask and fill the selection with white.

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And here is the result of it! So we pretty much finished with this lady!

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Step 31

We are going to add another model to the comp. Select her using the Pen Tool.

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Step 32

Press Ctrl + J to create a new layer from the selected area. Convert it into a smart object

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Step 33

Drag and drop it into the main comp.

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Step 34

Flip the image horizontally. Press Ctrl + T, right click and choose the flip option.

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Step 35

Send her back to the main model. Scale down it.

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Step 36

We need to perform some color operations to match the main model. First add a Curves adjustment layer, adjust the curve to pump up the contrast and also to brighten up the mid tones. Clip the layer to the model layer.

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Step 37

Add Vibrance adjustment layer. Adjust the values using the sliders to get the tone and mood right.

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Step 38

We need the model to fit inside the triangle. Follow the same procedure as we did with the other model. Load selection from the triangle's vector path.

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Step 39

Add Layer Mask using the selection.

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Step 40

Unhide the head part of the model.

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Step 41

Create a new layer just above the model layer. Paint shadow using a round soft brush

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Step 42

Define a new gradient in using the gradient palette. Make one side of the gradient transparent.

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Step 43

Load selection from the triangle in the middle.

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Step 44

Before you apply the gradient, create a new layer above both the model layers. Take the Gradient Tool and draw from the left corner to downwards at an angle.

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Step 45

Change the Layer Blending mode to Lighten. Hide if you have any hard edges using a soft brush.

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I created another layer and this time I applied gradient on the bottom part of the selection.

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Step 46

Open the black raven image with Photoshop. We need to cut out the bird. There are a couple of ways to achieve this. We will employ the Color Range command to do this since we have a plain background. You can find the Color Range command under Select > Color Range. Hover your mouse over the thumbnail box and pick the white color using the color picker.

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29 comments on “Create This Stylistic Mixed-Media Artwork in Photoshop”

  1. Very nice tutorial. I kind of cheated and screen captured some of the things to save time, but it came out good. Thanks

  2. Incredible tutorial! I've been using Photoshop for years, and I still learned a ton of stuff going through this.

    Thanks!

    1. I not doing it no more because if I follow these steps I will like mess up or something so I am not doing it so BYE :)

    1. i have problem on that step too. how to fill the selection? i cant unhide it. please tell me what did you do?

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