Create This Stylistic Mixed-Media Artwork in Photoshop

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Step 72

Select the Scissors Tool and cut out the overlapping parts. Locate spot and click to cut it out. Then select the cut part and hit Delete.
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Step 73

Do the same with remaining pieces.
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Step 74

Fill the remaining gaps.
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Step 75

Select the outline shape and copy it (Ctrl + C). Press Ctrl + F (Paste Front). Select the Gradient Mesh Tool and click inside the cloud shape. This will add mesh lines.
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Step 76

Select the mesh points using the Mesh Tool and select a color from the color palette. After adding color send the shape backward ( Ctrl + Shift + [ )
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Step 77

Select all the shapes and copy them. Head back to Photoshop and paste it as a vector smart object.
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Step 78

Add dripping paint (drips and spray paint, 33.png)
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Place it beneath the triangle shape layer.
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Step 79

Apply color overlay.
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Step 80

Switch back to Illustrator for one last time. Create the pattern in the following image. Use the Rectangle Tool to create the shape.
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Step 81

Select all the boxes and skew them using the Transform palette. (Window > Transform)
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Step 82

Copy and paste the shape in the main file.
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Step 83

Rotate the pattern by -60 degrees.
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Step 84

Place it beneath the base shapes. Resize it.
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Step 85

Add layer mask to the pattern. Set the foreground color to black. Load the grunge brushes set into the brushes palette. Select a grunge brush and place it over the pattern, and click to apply the brush. Make sure you apply the brush in the Layer Mask.
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Step 86

Open the Auto shapes palette. And choose the pattern below. Draw the pattern.
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Step 87

Make a circular selection above the pattern. Use the selection to add Layer Mask.
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Step 88

Here I applied a brush stroke using a grunge brush (Download link provided in resources).
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Step 89

Place this layer Just above the shape layer. Press Ctrl + Alt + G to clip it to the shape layer.
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Step 90

Add some nice highlights using a round soft brush. Then set the blending mode to Screen.
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Step 100

Let's create a light streak using the Brush Tool. Create a new layer. Click on the edge of the canvas.
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Press Ctrl + T and stretch it vertically.
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Step 101

Lock the transparent pixels of the layer. Pick a nice foreground color and press Alt + Backspace to fill the color.
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Rotate it by -60 degrees.
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Place it above all layers. Change the blend mode to Screen.
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Step 104

Now open up the planet stock image. Drag it into the main file. Press Ctrl + T. And enter the values in the Options bar. What we are trying to achieve is to use the glow of the planet and combine it with the model below.
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Adjust lighting using the Curves command.
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Slightly reduce the saturation.
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And now hide all those hard edges of the image using Layer Mask.
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Change the blend mode to Screen.
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If still there are any hard edges just hide the using a soft round brush by painting inside the mask.
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Step 110

Add a new Curves adjustment layer at the very top in the layers palette. Adjust the mid tone values slightly.
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And finally sharpen up the image. But we can't apply sharpness filter to all layers at once. We will use the Apply Image command to achieve this. First create a new layer above all layers in the layers palette. Go to Image > Apply Image. Make sure the "Merged" option is selected in the dialog box. Press OK. This creates merged copy of the composition in our new layer.

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

  1. 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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