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Press Ok. Now we have all the white are is selected, press Ctrl + Shift + I to invert the selection.
We will fine tune the selection using the Refine Edge command. It is located under Select > Refine Edge (Ctrl + Alt + R). Refine Edges is a great feature to work with selections. We can modify the selections in many different ways. We can contract or expand, apply feather and smooth the selection and so on. Adjust the sliders to fine tune the selection. When it's good press OK.
Press Ctrl + J to separate the bird into a new layer. Now we can drag this into the main composition! But first convert it into a Smart Object.
Finally bring it into the composition. Adjust the rotation and size. Place it above all other layers.
Adjust the brightness of the bird by applying a Curves adjustment layer.
Open up the splatter from the pack you downloaded (drips and spray paint, 1.png). Place it below the shape layers. Then scale it down.
Here we have some unwanted data. Block them using a Layer Mask.
Add a sphere from the patterned spheres pack.
Create the shapes using the Rectangle Tool.
Open up the brush stroke image (Design Resources Pack, 028.png). Convert the image mode from Index to RGB (Image > Mode > RGB). Now drag it into the composition. Flip the brush stroke vertically and then horizontally.
Apply Color Overlay using the Layer Style dialog box. There are different ways to achieve the same result. You can use the Hue/Saturation command to take off the lighting from the image. Or lock down the transparent pixels of the layer and fill the layer with a color. It's really a matter of choice at a given time. You can see me using some of those methods in this tutorial.
Open up the feather stock image. Select the white background using the Color Range command.
Below is the job color range command did for us. Not perfect but we can use it. Invert the selection and press Ctrl + J to separate the feather.
Now take off the lightness from it by using the Hue/Saturation command. Set the lightness value to -100 and it will creates the silhouette of our feather.
Very nice tutorial. I kind of cheated and screen captured some of the things to save time, but it came out good. Thanks
its realy amezing tutorial ill try this
step 28?? where is the button "Thumbnail"?
Looks so festive......Excellent post. Thanks for sharing……….
i was totally confused at steps 12&13.can you plz explain how did you obtained those steps?
i'm totally confused at steps 12&13.can u plz explain how did you obtained that?
Downed, thanks a lot for your sharing
thanks guys i've learn a lot
Thanks so much for sharing! Really liked this!
Incredible tutorial! I've been using Photoshop for years, and I still learned a ton of stuff going through this.
sooooo fun lol
The shoofly stock images are no longer available. *sadness
awesome creation...... i learn it
Thanks, Very nice tutorial.
Here is my version - http://i.imgbox.com/acdvYlY6.jpg
nice soumaya keep trying ...
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 :)
This is my copy :))
good work :)
Thank you, i fixed it by myself :)
Actually I am facing problem with step 28 :(
Thank you, i fixed by myself
i have problem on that step too. how to fill the selection? i cant unhide it. please tell me what did you do?
Awesome tutorial!!! Thanks
This is great!
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I think it,s the easy way to learn.thank you.
Thanks for sharing this :)