Surrealistic Room Photo Manipulation

Surrealistic Room Photo Manipulation
Rotate the image by pressing Ctrl+T and clicking Rotate. Rotate it so it would be straight and aligned with the sea; right click on that selected area and stretch the image (press free transform and stretch it) so it would fit perfectly with our floor. Instructions are shown below:
Next, let’s create a new layer for our new wave and name it “wave2.” We would be putting this on the right wall. In total there will be 13 waves. Activate your brush tool, make sure that the brush set you’re using is still Waves brush by anaRasha and click the wave brush with the size: 526px. Do not change the brush size, just use the default size and then brush it over the right wall, just beside “wave1.” Make sure to rotate it to be aligned with the wall. Press Ctrl+T to transform it once again and this time click Scale, for we will be resizing it to be aligned until axis 8 of the left ruler. Just erase the unwanted waves that would appear. I would recommend using an Eraser Hardness of 0% and a Opacity of 100%. You can do that by clicking the Eraser tool or pressing (E) and then changing the Hardness to 0%. See reference below:
Create a new layer and name it “wave3.” Open your brush tool again and click on the wave brush which has the size 461px. Use the default size and brush it over the right wall just in line with “wave2.” (You can move it using the Move tool or V) Remember to erase the excess waves. See image below:
It’s time we create a layer for “wave4.” Use the same brush we used for “wave3.” Brush it on the right wall just beside “wave3.” Remember to rotate it to be aligned with the present waves and erase the excess waves that you see. See image below:
Now for the left wall, just duplicate “wave2” and “wave3” and align them to the left wall. Do the necessary rotations to align it with the wall. See reference below:

Step 6 - Creating the splashes on the walls

Now we will be creating the splashes on the walls. Activate your brush tool and replace the current brushes with the water effects brush by fiftyfivepixels. We will be adding some authentic-looking water splashes with the help of these brushes. Create a new layer and name it “wave5.” Activate your brush tool once again (Take note that the brush opacity should still be set to 100%) and follow instructions from the image below:
Change the brush size now to 1411px and brush it over “wave1.” Do the necessary erasures to the excess waves. The result should be similar to this:
Create a new layer and name it “wave6.” Open your brush tools and select the brush indicated by the image below:
Once you’ve selected that brush, change its size to 1014px. Brush it on the left wall over the duplicated “wave2” and “wave3” layers. Then use your Distort tool via the Transform tools and distort the layer so it would be aligned to the wall, therefore making it look like it splashed on that wall. It should result to something similar to this:
Create another layer and name it “wave7” and pick the brush as shown in the image below:
Use the default size which is 2500px. Apply the brush in this manner as seen in the image below:

Remember to erase the unwanted waves. The result should be similar to this image:

Create a layer and name it “wave8.” Pick this brush from the current brush tools (waves brush by anaRasha) as seen in the image below:

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6 comments on “Surrealistic Room Photo Manipulation”

  1. the waves brush by anaRasha is not a working link. I've tried looking for it and it would be really cool for a different download or something like that.

  2. Not sure if your aware theres a guy following your Tuts  as finished artwork out there...I'm guessing without any permission?

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