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9 Lessons (1h 4m)
    • 1. What will you learn and create?

    • 2. Importing our Image

    • 3. Editing the Colors

    • 4. How to Create 3D Lines?

    • 5. Creating Our Lines

    • 6. Finishing the "Flying Heads"

    • 7. Adding Dimensions to our Artwork

    • 8. Realistic Shadows

    • 9. Creating the Lights

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What are 3D Lines? 3D lines is a really cool way to create a realistic three-dimensional lines in any artwork. It will help you create stunning effects and artworks.

What will you learn?

  • How to create 3D Lines
  • Mix anything using Mixer Brush tool
  • Using curvature pen tool to create ideal curves
  • Edit and match colors of different images
  • Add a stunning light effect

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Photoshop Classes By Fred

I will help you get PRO at Photoshop


My name is Fred and I will teach you the most advanced and modern skills that Photoshop has to offer.

Already after watching one class you will be able to create stunning artworks.

Make sure to check my other works and upcoming classes at my instagram @freds_gallery

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1. What will you learn and create?: Let's see what I have in my outbox. Boring, boring, boring for exploring. On my car. Is this submersed artwork. Whatsapp guys, my name is Fred. In this class we're going to create Zach static artwork that you just saw. But the cool thing is that you will learn how to create 3D. 3d lines is basically a technique that helps you to create realistic three-dimensional lines in any image. And let me just quickly go over the art process for this artwork. First, we will start by importing this stunning image. Afterwards we will import this tree and journals, and unfortunately we will have to cut out their heads for this artworks. Next step would be to match their colors to the color of our original image. Afterward, I will show you the famous 3D lines technique and the costing about that technique is that you can create it literally from any object, from any colors, any gradient. Then we will start working with shadows in order to make it look more realistic oil, which is a fancy way to say realistic. And the last step, our icing on the cake will be heading this stunning lights that will bring your artwork to a whole new level of madness. Madness. Why did I say Madness? I don't know. With that said guys, I hope you're excited for this class. In order to be able to follow the class, you need to have a solid knowledge of Photoshop basics. Here are some other collateral that I've created using this 2D line statistic. If you always dreamed of creating artwork that will make your friends go one RDD2 side, then I am the guy to follow. Anyway, I hope you will enjoy this class. See you guys in the next lesson. Bye-bye. 2. Importing our Image: What's up, my dear friends and principles and welcome to the first class. I hope you are because I'm really excited to show you some. So let's go. So first of all, before we start, you'll have to download three images and you'll be able to find them in the project files. Depending on where you watch it. There was something like resources area or project materials and stuff like that. And let me show you what images we will need to have. So you will download this image, okay? You will download this image and also this image. This image is that we need. And once you have them, let's start. Let's go to Photoshop and just click Create new to create a new project. And here I'm gonna go with my standard parameters, which are, first of all, make sure you have here pixel selected, which is 100000, height is one to 50, and resorption is 300. Make sure artwork is not selected, okay, RGB color mode, and everything should be fine. So let's click Create. These are usually the settings that I use when I create my artworks in. I mean, for Instagram, does in Instagram this is the maximum height that you can place, like choose for an image. It's a five by four, and I prefer to maximize the height so that it takes the most amount of space on the screen. And like this is that it can actually get much more likes than if it was just a square. So let's just start by importing this image and I'm just gonna make it bigger, bigger n. And this should be fine. I'm just going to put it somewhere here. Good. Let's click OK now, and let's go to this background and deal with this because we don't need it here. It's always earned. So use this, okay, no one, no one loves you. So the first step is to import the goals. Basically, we have here three goals. This is the image and we have to import them. We will, we are going to use only their head. I mean, if you remember how the artwork looks, you understand what I mean? So I'm just gonna put this here and boomers click OK. And let me just show you in case you don't really remember how the artwork looked so that you know why we need the heads here. If you look here you see 123. These are going to be our E will heads basically flying around. And that's why we need these goals. And in order to cut them, I'm just going to go here, click that button and choose Quick Selection Tool, and I will try to select it. So first of all, just, just click here clear. And when you do that, first of all, make sure you have here sample or selected. Make sure you have plus here selected, and you have this image selected. And let's just select this. And of course, need to know how selection and mask works in order to be able to understand this class. So basically you need to know like basic, so photoshop and then you're good to go like very, very basic stuff. And let's click here, here, and also here. Good. So once you have selected them and I want to, of course the select few parts let mentioned just continue selecting guilt with more good. And when you see, for example, me doing stuff like that, for example, this red thing, stuff like that, so on and just changing the brush settings. And you can just go here, click on the arrow and change the hardness and size from here as well. And it using hotkeys. Which is a difficult hotkey. That's why I'm not going to tell it to you, but you can just google and see different hotkeys for herself because different people use different hotkeys in just what you're used to. So I will, I will now go here and use minus. And now basically what I need to do is I need to this like some of the areas, for example, I don't want this part's OK. I don't want this part. Let's see, let's see, let's see, this is kinda fun. And like here, for example, this things, we don't want them. And boom, good analytics like plus Actually, I want to select some of, oops, it's still minus plus. I want to select some of these parts here. Here. Great. Now it's like the image and let's click Create mask. So basically now we have flying heights. And so we need to make them bigger because as you can see right now, the heads, make sure you select the move to the heads of these goals are smaller than the head of this go. So basically i'm gonna go to Edit and free transform and I will make this bigger. And now it's already find out kind of the same size, almost maybe a little bit smaller. Let's click OK. Now. So now what I want to do is I want to separate them. So basically right now you can see they're all on the same layer, but I need to create three different layers which different head on each of them. And for that, what I will do actually is very, very simple. I'm just going to select this image. I will go to layer, i will go to duplicate layer ok. As I will go again to learn and duplicate layer ok. So now as you can see up here, three copies and let's turn off tos m. Let's go to this one. And now I'm just gonna delete these two heads from this copy. So I will select the mask, make sure to click on the mass, go to brush to black color, selected. This a 100%. So basically whenever we do something, make sure electrostatics I exactly. So. And we decided I'm just going to start doing things is head from here. And so this is going to be the first level is only this head here. And let us now go turn to solve. Let's go to the second one against like this mask. And I will delete this head from here. And this one turns us off, go here. And I'm just going to click on the mask. And I'm just gonna do this via nows, turn on all of them, and now I just need to convert them into sep, like smart objects. And you can select this, go to layer, converts smart object and Convert to Smart Object Walla. And let's just do the same to all of them. And of course you can also, you can either go to wear or it can just click right button here and choose Convert to Smart Object. Of course you're going to see my camera here. That's why maybe you won't see this, but you just find Convert to Smart Object menu ansatz. And basically again, right button Convert to Smart Object. Boom, so nicely cancels this as smart objects. And yeah, if you don't know the difference between smart objects and normal object, it's not a big problem because you won't need to know the difference for this class is anyway. But of course you can go and do research on the topic on yourself because it's, it's kind of big topic and I cannot fit it into this lesson. But don't worry, you will not need that anybody. If you just follow my instructions, you're going to be fine. And I will say we will stop here. That's it for the first lesson. It's looking good. I know right now you're like, what is the hell is going on. But don't worry, it will be peer factor. See you guys in the next lesson. Bye, bye, love you. Don't forget to save. This is the biggest problem of all further shoppers. They forget to save. I'm just gonna call this tutorial. Thank you. Bye-bye. 3. Editing the Colors: Hello my dear friends students, welcome to the lesson number two. So that is two in Spanish by the way, at least I think so. I'm not sure. I don't speak Spanish anyway. Now, when they have here our heads, we need to raster rise them. So let's run this. Let me explain you why. First of all, I want to make sure that this heads are kind of the same color like the background and so that they fit hero. For that, I will go to image adjustments and I will choose here match color. But as you can see right now, it's grayed out. I cannot choose it. The reason for that is that this layers are smart objects and much color works only on stupid objects. Basically on rasterized image is I know. So that's what we will do. We will select every single, every single of this layer. So let's like for example, this one go to layer and then go to rasterize and Smart Object. Boom, now as you can see, it rasterized. And let's do the same for others. And again, you can just, you can either go to Layer menu where you can go here, click that button somewhere here, and go to Raster lies where. So it's basically the same thing. So now when we have them, for example, let's start with this one. I'm going to go to Image Adjustment and I will go to magical isoquants and now it's visible. Let's select it. And now we need to tell Photoshop to match it to which image. So first of all, basically go to source and I'm going to select here my project which is flying heads tutorial, This one. And now I want to select this image here, which is Ben Bella. And splash. So just select it. And as you can see now, it's kinda similar to the background color. And of course it's not as good. But for example, I can increase the luminous EBIT in order to make it brighter. Or also what I can do is I can make a little bit afraid what's also tried to neutralize to see now I can just faded automate. So basically, let me explain what this do. Luminous helps you to make the image brighter or darker. Again, boom, boom. Colon tends to, helps basically to increase or decrease vibrance. So if I decrease, as you can see, it's almost like grayish. And if I increase it, it's like very, very colorful. I'm gonna keep it at a 100. F8, helps you to blend their original colors, the ones that we had before. This effect with the colors that we have visited effects are basically, it helps you to create something in the middle. So if I bring it here, as you can see, it's like xhat. If I bring it to the right as you can see, so too it faded. And, and if I click neutralize is going to basically neutralize colors that are too strong. And let's see, let's see, I'm going to probably select this option here to be darker. Here, let's click okay, this looks fine. So now let's go and do the same for Zazi goals. Again, image adjustments, much color. And let's see what Y2 it IZ o again, I haven't selected an instance. That's why I don't see flying head's been bursa image and wallah say again, luminous Elizabeth higher, fade out with more. And this should be fine. Maybe contents dealt with less. Let's click OK. Now, let's like nows this image, image adjustments match color. Again, flying heads, bandwidth, increased luminous to make it brighter, contents dealt with less fade out a bit more. Let's click. Okay. So this looks good. Everything is good equity with a very, very good M. And now when we have them, let, let's just go and save this just in case. So now I will show you how you can create these really crazy 3D lines with the help of this heads. Wow. But this I will do on next lesson because I missed this lesson was clearly only for making the heads the same color as the background image. And on the next lesson we will discover this 2D lines technique. And I just wanted to put on separate lesson so that you don't mix everything up in your head. See you guys in the next one. Love you. Bye bye. 4. How to Create 3D Lines?: Oh, okay, finally excited. We're going to learn how to create the 3D lines. Wow, so, yeah, but the lines, I mean, this lies in case you don't remember them. I sorry. When you sit too long, you sometimes have to do some little exercise. So now when the ABS is, first of all, I will go and create a new layer. And let me actually turn off this image here. And let me actually turn off, let's say this image and have only one head. So in order to credit to the line, I'm going to use a tool called Mixer brush tool. If you go to brushes, click right button, you will see here mixer brush to this brush tool helps us to select a mix colors. So for example, if normal brush tool we can draw only with one color. With mixer brush tool, we can actually draw with multiple costs at the same time. I know it sounds crazy. But watch. First of all, make sure your settings. I like my sample. They're selected. This is 0, this is 100. This is also 0. And oops, make sure as both of these are selected. So nasa has a vf here, black color. But now we need to tell Photoshop that changes by car to something else. And I want fellowship that changes the color to this image. So basically what I will dominate member Shelton bigger. This is good. It's nanomolar to select this image. I'm going to basically hold old. If you're using Windows or periodic MAC, it's going to be option. You just hold it. And when you hold it, you see these kind of different iconography here. And now if I click here to look at what happened, we have here the head no selected. And now if I start drawing, and now let me just show you a few interests and sinks. First of all, let me go back and I can just go to agent and Ando. And the problem was that he actually drawn the same layer whereas we have this head, but we introduce different layer. So make sure don't do f this app. And in case you do, you can always go to Edit and undo. Okay? So, and for example, now if I go here and let's say I make Hardness 0. And if I do right now, what, what's going down? We're going to get different effect. So depending on your brush, you going to get different effects. Let me again go back. And actually it's make hundreds hardness 100% not 0. So now, why did you turn off this image? Because right now if I turn on this image and I tried to draw, look what's going to happen. I mean, I'm drawing normally, but the problem is that at some places, if I turn us off at some places, this line, we will try to mix this image and this line. So, but I want to have on is Islam, I don't want this image to be mixed with the land. So let me go back again. Oops, let me go back, back. So I don't have the line. Now for example, if I go, let's say to wetness and make it 100, and then go to mix, I make it, let's say also like 50 or something like that knife, I start drawing, look what's going to happen. I start mixing. These colors at add here is a image. If I draw here, look what's going to happen and kinda mixing everything. I don't want that. Let's go back. So that's why I made sure weapons is 0%. So mixes also not available so we don't miss anything. Okay? Now, now when you have this is the first thing that we need to do to draw a line where we will have this first head. This head is located here and it's line is going to come actually from here. Like that. Boom, looks pretty cool. Okay, and in order to do that, what I will the first level takes the Move tool, I will take the head. I'll put it here. Again. I will just use free transform tool or hotkey control or common plus T, this one. And I will just make this smaller bit, put it here. So basically this is like looking exactly at her. Yes, this looks good. Let's click. Okay. So now again, let's zoom to layer. Let's turn this off. Let's select our misoprostol. And now, so depending on if you select here or here, you can create different costs. For example, if you hold Alt or option and you click here, you see different. Although Alt or option and click here different. So now for example, if I draw with this one, this looks interesting. Let's go back now let's try with this one. Again, hold Alt or option. Select this. Not so interesting. So I say probably this one's butter again as hold Alt or Option, click here. And now, yeah, this looks nice. So now Estonians image, now we will need to draw a pass. And then we will tell photoshop uses paths to create a 3D line. So we're not going to draw it. Manova Photoshop is going to do this for our, for us automatically. And why? Because when portion of data automatically it will come up much, much smoother. How long does this tutorial? Ok, so fine, and we will understand better when we do. So. First of all, let's go here. Click that button and select your curvature parental. This is a bundle that we will use in order to turn Photoshop. What type of line to draw. Now, if you have a shop is told you're not going to have your curvature parental, you're going to have you on the parental. But that means that your Photoshop is like really, really, really old. Ok. So I would advise you to update your Photoshop. So I'm going to sleep. If you don't have harsher penalty connotes, tried to spend two, but perjure parental, it just makes your job so much easier. I also encourage a parental. This pencil helps us to automatically create curved lines. I mean, there's a reason why it's called curvature point. Alright? Now I have selected it. Make sure you have here pass because we introduce a past lecture. You have, he has this selected combine shapes. And now I will try to draw a line and let's say approximately it's like going like that and like that. So now for example, if I click once, boom, 1, Credit Zang, go here, I click again, boom, second create. Now if I go here and click again, boom, serpent created, unfortunately automatically made this line smooth so it curves it automatically. For example, if I now click here, boom, as you can see, it's called automatically. I can now click here, and I can now click here. As you can see, Fortune about multi craters is really nice curved line. In order to change the curves, you can just go here, for example, click and drag to change their direction. If not to create new points, you can just go to the line. And when you see the plus sign on the pointer, we can just click, boom. And I can just click and drag. So I'm just going to try to make something like that. Okay. This looks fire. I will try to make yourself with further so that we have here a bigger curve. And I'm going to be abs is let's leave it like that. So now for example, as you can see, when we created this path, we don't say anything new on our Layers panel. That's because this pass is not a layer. It's actually a past. Who would have expected that, right? So that's why if you go to pass panel, you will see here a pass. If you don't have it here, you can just go to Window and find paths here. And once you click on it, this will be open. So now for example, if you see here are passed and if I click here, as you can see, not selected, if I click on the paths, we see it. Now let's go to the, but before we actually go here, let's go to lawyers and tone of this. Let's also turn off the head. Very important. We only have this empty layer. Make sure you're on the empty layer. Let's go to pass red button on this patch somewhere here. And Nazlet stroke paths. Once we do it, we will see here as this menu. And now we need to choose a two that you want to stroke the pass width. So basically novae are telling Photoshop, use this tool to go automatically, owns this line. So basically I'm going to select mixer brush tool, and if I click OK, watch the magic. How crazy is that? So partial, but once they do that for us, thank you. Thank you for sure. And it lets go two layers. Now, for example, if I turn on this image and I turn on the head, and what looks amazing, now just need to put this behind the head. And now in order to turn off the path, so we don't see this line here. Let's go to pass. Let's just click here. Passes gone. So that's it for this lesson. I just wanted to show you how to work with 2D lines if you don't understand some things and I would advise you to rewatch this again, OK, because we're going to use this in the next lessons a few times. So again, you can always come back to this lesson, voices again, and then go back to the other lesson in order to understand how this works. And this is already pretty long. Nine minutes. See you guys in the next video. Bye-bye. I love you. 5. Creating Our Lines: What's up my differentiators? During our last lesson, we learned how to create the magnificent 3D lines. In this lesson, we're going to do the same thing over and over twice, basically to create other 2D lines as well. And then we will start exiting sam. Wow, so first thing I want to do is since I have created this line and the head, I want to put them in a group so that I don't mix it with all the other layers. That's why I'm just gonna select this. I will hold control or comment and click on this one as well. As you can see, both of them are selected. As I will just go and click on this group. I can end Walla nows or inside the group. Let's actually turn this off for now. Let's go to the second headless, turn it on and let's see where this one is supposed to be. Okay. It's supposed to be here down. And again, I'm just gonna use free transform tool. And I will rotate this with t as it looks fine. Good 90 to create a new empty square again for the 2D line. So as you can see, this one needs to go from here, like that, up, down, and to the right. So basically around her. And again, I will just select my curvature parental and start drawing. So your lines don't have to do, don't have to be exact, exact curve like half here because we're creating a different like we're replicating as R2 because the same technique, but it can be different. It doesn't need to be a 100% is the same, you know? So that's why I'm just going to start here. Oops, let's actually go back. I will start here, click here, go here. So the f has this nice curve and I will do it like xhat. And boom. Let's move it dealt with higher. Let's click here again. If you move your mouse cursor, you will see this plus icon, you click, boom. Now you have another line. I can just make this even more curved, nicely curved. Okay, so now I'm going to be avid list tone of this image. Ok guys, so now for example, when I take my mixture brush tool and I copy this place, you can hold Alt or option two copies is, as you can see, the thing is that the colors are not so interesting. It's kinda great. Here. For example, I have this colors, then I have here some wild colors, and then if he has some red colors, in order to get here, some violet colors, actually need this head to be able to be violet. What I can do actually for that. And if I select this and I can go to Smart Object and Convert to Smart Object. Nice again to be mated again, a smart object. And the reason why I did that is because I want to apply color effects to it. So now for example, now if I go to, let's say filter and camera row filter. And here I can just apply some nice color effects. And I want to make this out with violet, ok, as you can see now, it's looking really nice. Let's see. Like that. Maybe I'll tweet increase exposure may more colors a bit. Ok, let's click. Okay. It's nice. You can see it's held with different color. And if I turn it on in the image below, it still looks fine. And now what I want to do is I want to go here. Again, I want to select my mixer brush tool. If I hold alter option to select this. And now if I tried to draw what are, now the color is different and I think it looks much nicer. So again, we can try to find a better place. Let's see maybe here. This is too much different. Gases, it looks nice. Turnover this go to pass, right button, stroke paths. Let's click okay. What up? Now? Again, go to pass peak, somewhere here to turn over the past, go to alerts. Tunnels ahead. Tunnels ahead. I want to bring the head on the top. And again, let's select the head and this layer as this line as well. Just hold control are common for that and go to group. And as you can see, we have our second group has 12 turns off and not do the same to this head as well. Wow. So again, I will go to this head, go to layer Smart Object, Convert to Smart Object. I will go to Filter, Camera filter, and I will try to give a little bit of more reddish colors. And I can do that by adding gold, violet ultimate of yellow to the more actually estimate of more vibrance. And this should be fine. Let's click OK. Now, Edwardo exposure, just a bit Good. So now again, create an empty layer, go to mix a brush tool, hold, Alt or Option. Click here for example. See if you get nice colors. Okay, it's fine. Let's go and try it from here. Now this is much better. So now let's go back. And now it's turned on Z image. Let's turn on both of the lines and see where I can place this head now and takes the Move tool. And so we have here, this here, this here, this probably should be somewhere here. And again, let's select Free Transform and let's see if I, where should I put it? I have no idea. Let's make it a little bit smaller. Effluent gets too big. Maybe even can flip it. If I click that button here and go to flip horizontally, rotate this could even flip it. So it looks like that for example, yes, this should work. Let's click OK now. And now we're going to have this. What I want to do is again, go to the empty layer turn of this, turn of this groups. Take your courage a pentose actually into draws a line 42 unknowns align tunnels image. And let's actually see where it's going to be from. Let's turn this on. Work. What can I do here, for example? It can come from here, like zag basically down around here. And I think you should work here, here, here, here, around here. So again, let's click here to create a new empty point. Boom, L2 with more curvy. Here. Another point to straighten this up a bit. I mean, yes, this should work. And I think I think so. Good. Turnouts, turn of everything else. Go to pass the baton, stroke paths and click mixer partial, click OK, good. Again, click somewhere here to turn on the lines. Turn off the path and puts the head to the top. And what I know, it looks pretty crazy right now, but don't worry, we will fix everything up. That's it for this lesson has been quite long. See you guys in the next line where we already get to the fun part. I mean, this will already also found part, but it's going to be even more fun. Lobby guys. Bye-bye. 6. Finishing the "Flying Heads": Hello my friends and welcome to this magical class. I'm Fred, the best Photoshop teacher you will ever have. I know what I wanted to say. Okay, I forgot the ideas that I had in my head. But anyway, well, at least I hope I am the best for you, my differentiator. So what I wanted to yeah. So last lessons we credit history lines. Now I want to first of all put this head and this had, I mean, as this line in a group. So I'm just going to select it. Select this as well with control or comment and then click group. Good. Now let's turn off two of them and have only one lens here. And I need now to make the line smoother basically as you can see right now, we have these weird things on the site. I need to make it huge hands-on to do that, let's take the head scans it selected. I'm gonna create a mask. I will take my brush tool, black color, and I'm gonna take normal brush tool this time, make sure hardness is and percent. This is 100. Let's make it smaller. And I will just try to, you know, get rid of the things that I don't need here. For example, this all edges. These old things like I don't need those. If I don't need this makes it a little bit smoother. Let's go here. Let's see if I need these things. So basically meant to go around to make this SMEWS. He's kinda looks fine. Now let's go to this line and let's click that button on the line and choose Convert to Smart Object. Or you could also selected go to layer Smart Object and Convert to Smart Object. The same thing there isn't I did that is because I want to create a mask and now grown. I'm now going to create a mask on the line. And of course, I want slice a brush tool, and of course with black color, I will try to do it this part because I wanted to blend. So again, this part we don't need it. And also this parts we don't need them. Good. Now I want to create a new empty layer. And it's going to be inside this group, but above these two layers, I'm going to select smash tool. This tool helps us to automatically smudge objects, so basically combines them and I will turn over the image. Right now, as you can see up here is this weird brush, basically this one. We don't need it. So you can go to brush settings. Brush settings here. And if you go to window, you'll find brushed things here. And then you can just click here and make sure spacing is 0. And you can just select Normal circle brush, but you're going to have a circle brush anyway, most likely. So in case you didn't have it, you can't do this. If you have circled branch, then it's fine. So mix you up. Sampler selected strength is around 565060. This is normal. You're on the new layer. Smudge helps us to smash things. So for example, if I click here and start dragging, well, what's going to happen? It's going to blend this with the law and below behind, not below, sorry, and the water. And now there Blended today whenever knife I turn this on, one night looks nice. Let's try to do the same to all the other parts basically. But before we do that, I want to change a few things. For example, here doesn't look that smooth. You know, it needs to flow. So that's why I will select the head again brush tool and I will try to make this more straightforward. This as well, like xhat. Good. Now let's go to the mask of the line, and now we need to smooth it as well. And go to the head. And I want to do it this light from here. Good not looks much better. Now we can turn this off and now we can go to the other heads as well. How long does this okay, it's fine. Yeah. Now we're just going to do the same to all the other lines. So again, let's turn this on. Let's go here. Select ago, create a mask for her. Select our brush tool and start doing things or things that we don't need. For example, this, we don't need it like that, make it smooth. Or a baby is actually also we don't really need. Good. What is Xi's? Hello? Are you good now let's legs is again, click that button, Convert to Smart Object and create a mask. And now I will just try to, for this line, I will try to get rid of this part of the line and this part go here, I create a new layer. Just knew him tiller. So let's smudge tool and tried to, oops, go back, go back before that. Always make sure to turn over the image. Otherwise, you will have some part of the image bonded as well. So, yeah, were important in my different cities. Just loses unless you feel not unless until you feel that they are blended well enough. Good. Let me during this NO3 clauses, let's turn on this, let's turn off this. And let us now do the same to this head again, selected Create mask. While this had actually already, it looks pretty nice. I mean, I will only have to probably, let's see, makes this a little bit straight. I will only have to use like smudge tool probably, you know, let's create a new empty layer selects much tool. Where is it here? Let's try to boom. Now they're connected as maybe a bit more, we should connect the chain and this data. But in generalizing it looks nice. Okay? Now, I turn on all of this. As you can see, now we have all of the lines k factor. So let's how long does is pretty long. We will stop here in this next lesson. We will actually put the lines in a, in a 2D dimension, which means that for example, if Phuc here, as you can see, some lines are behind the goal, some are under other lines, some are in between US allies and so on. So it's basically they need to go like that. So we need to make it more realistic. You, you guys see you in the next lesson. 7. Adding Dimensions to our Artwork: Now friends, DDMS, me. Of course you did. Thank you. Thank you. Let's get into it. And I'm trying to record this all in one day so that I can posted tomorrow. So that's why I'm just trying my best for you and getting already a little bit tired but still going strong. So what we need to do now is we need to start basically making them go inside each other's its lines. Go behind the goal, goal behind the other lies and so on. So basically giving them some 2D because right now there are just on top of each other and it doesn't look realistic at all. And let's start one by one. Let's start with this one. So this one is going to go from here around the goal and then behind the Go. So for that, what I want to do is I want to turn us off. I want to select this image. I will go and click that button, select Quick Selection Tool. And I will try to select a goal like that. Easy, easy, easy. So let's try to select the whole goal because we're going to need this mass anyway. Except yeah, okay, let's so example as well. Now when we have it, it's kinda find it's not perfect, but it's okay. And here is the nose. Nose is very important as a wise how is she going to breach if we cut out of her nose? So let's now select minus2 and tried to deselect this part. Obviously this leg, this part, this part, and this will exist. So what I will do now is I will select this image. I'll go to image a two layer and duplicate layer. Panel is going to cause this mask because I need it only for mask and I will just create this mask bomb. So as you can see now we have this goal here and I want this. I will need this basically only for the mask. So I don't actually this image, I just need the mask to be saved. That's why I decided to save it here. There are many ways to save them as part, I just decided to go with the quickest way basically. Anyway, you understand why we need it later? So now let me turn on the first one. And what I want to do is I will go to this group. I will create a mask. And now we have here a white mask. And I want to go to this mass here, the mass comes ego. Click right button, selects the Mask, click that button and choose add master selection as against an app you have here, the mask selection of ego. Let's go to this mask. I'm going to select my Brush Tool, black color. And now I can make this land at peer behind the ego. All I need to do is draw here with black color on the mask. Boom. There isn't why this is working is because first of all, we actually as a selection and selection means that we can draw now only inside this election, for example, if I tried to go through here, as you can see, nothing happens. It only works inside the selection. And I'm using the mask black color brush tool. And that's why I can hide this line. Good. Now if I go to select and deselect voila, now the line is behind the ego. Of course now if you want, you can go and fix few things manually. For example, let's see if something is wrong here. I feel like it is. I think we should try to do in this lineage with more from here. Here, opposite, we should actually try to bring it back so I can now select white color and I can try to bring the line back here. Good, I think it looks nice. Notes go to the other ones, turn this on and let's see how this looks. So now this line will go from here. It should go inside, below this line, but then should go on the top. So here basically it goes like that inside here and then on the top. So that's why what I want to do is actually, let's go to this group. Let's create a mask. Now I need to have a selection of this line here so I can do it this, sorry, Nadav need to have a selection of this line. Here is the goal, so I can delete this from this place basically. So how are we going to do that? Weren't very interested into my dear friend sitters. Let's open this. Now what we can do is we can hold control. Or if you're using Mac, it's going to be common for you. And then I click on the line as soon as when I hold Control Coleman and I put my mouse on the line, as you can see, F has this rectangle appear. If I click on it, now I have the line selected. This exactly what I want. Now will go to this mask because I want to do it this line here. So basically as you can see, this is the mass of this line. Take my brush tool and with black color, I can actually just draw here. And as you can see, it's getting deleted forever and ever. Could not go to select and deselect knife. I zoom in after, of course, who thinks that I need to fix? For example, I need to do it out with more here. And in reverse, I actually need to show it with more here. So I will select white color and I will show a little bit more. Boom. Now, it's behind the gal. So how long is this tutorial? Okay, not that bad. So let's now turn on this, the final line and let's see what we can do here. It comes from here behind you. So we definitely need to put it here behind the goal, otherwise you won't be able to see her face. So what's going to happen? It will be on the top of this blue line, but below this one. So it's going to be the ones in the middle. And then it goes like that on top here and here behind. So let's go here, create a mask. And now what I want to do is I want to select, Click on this line basically. Again, hold Control Command click here, it's selected. And I want to go to the mask of this line, okay, to the mass of the blue line. I take my opps sorry, around, go to select and deselect. Sorry, we need to speed the selection of the orange line. So I will click on it. I will click called controller comment. From. Now I will go to this line. Actually to the group of the one atom causes to the group. And the group. I will take my brush tool, black color, and I will start deleting this line from here. Perfect, let's go to select and deselect. So Night looks like this line is above the blue line. It goes now here, below. Now actually to make it interesting, what we can do is we can make it go here above this violet line. So here it goes below, but hey, it's above. So how are we going to do that? Again, makes sure to select Move tool, click on the line called Control or Command. Click here to select it. Now go to the mask of this line, which is this one, the coenzyme ask, select Barstow and start deleting it from here. So I know this is probably the most complicated parts of our Because you're like, okay, well, I select this, I did this, I just want to die. That's why if you get confused, which you most likely will just try to rewatch this part again. Or you can also try to follow your own ideas and hide and show the lines where you want them to hide and show, you know, don't do exactly what I do. I think is going to be much easier for you like that. So if you just understand the general concept and do it your way, I think that the best option, Let's go to select and deselect. So now I want to make sure that it's going to above, below, above. And I want to make sure that it's behind this goal. And let's see, let's close this. This is the line, this is the mask. Now we'll go here to this mass. Go. Click that button. I should add mass to selection. Not go to this mask brush tool with black color and I can start doing it from here. Select deselect while we will stop here. And this was probably the most difficult part of the lesson. After that, we have some easier parts and I think probably we have like two lessons left. I'm not sure yet, but I think it's too too short lessons probably we have to. So basically what we need to add some shadows below the lines. And we also need to add this magical sparkle there and also do some color editing. But it's not that it's not a lot. You guys logo. Bye-bye. 8. Realistic Shadows: So let's continue. By the way, make sure to save this as a wise, I mean, horrible things have happened to 40 shoppers who have not saved the artworks. Now my goal is to create some shadows and chartreuse. I'm going to create them on the places where we have intersecting lines or intersecting lines with the goal. And let's start. So for example, let's first of all start with let say here, here, here, here, here, and so on. And these are not going to be a 100% realistic shadows. The CMO going to be shadows that I feel like look good for this artwork. Because again, this is a fantasy artworks. So when it comes to fantasy, sometimes I just prefer to do what feels better, pour my heart, instead of just doing something that a 100% realistic. So again, it just depends on how you want your stuff too. So I would say, if I click here, um, I now, I'm not just going to create a new empty layer. And here we have the line, and now I want the shadow to be only on this line. For that, I will select this layer. Click right, Batman's aware. And here I can click Create Clipping Mask. And if I do it, as you can see now we have an arrow pointing down to this line. That means that whatever I draw on this layer is going to appear only on the line because it's connected to the one. If I select my brush tool, for example, and I start drawing, you see it's only during guns aligned. Now let's go back. Now in order to draw shout or what I will do is I will go to, first of all, Brush Settings make Hardness 0 or Pi CMake flows around 20. And now for example, if I start drawing, you see what I can kinda Joe and draws like really, really smooth and it actually looks pretty nice, I would say so now we can do stuff like that. And yeah, let's make my brush bigger. You can just go click a bit here. And this looks fine. Now let's go to the other lines. Or actually it's actually is continue with this one because we still need to draw some like this. I'll do it here. You can go back. This was too strong. Okay, now it's continuing to draw it here. And more here. Now let's continue. We need to draw here and why? This is good science. Go to other lines. Let's now go to the orange one. Selected. Again, create new empty layer. Click that button, choose Create Clipping, Mask, select your brush tool and do the same thing. Now neurons are orange layer, so we have here some shadow because we have this line intersecting, so it needs to be darker. Good. Now let's go here, here, maybe just a bit here, and here, a bit more. Okay? Now it's going here just a bit and here, so evidence of here basically. Let's go back, back, back that I will try to add some here. Okay, now let's go back. Okay, Sometimes if you'd sing, it doesn't look good. You can always go back. And yeah. Probably some here as well. This isn't drawing, sir. Oh, okay. Here doesn't do because we have here is this smudge line. So I will have to go to this much basically create a new layer. And again right button Create Clipping Mask, and now try to do is the same on this much. So. Good. Now let's go to the last line, which is this one selected. 9. Creating the Lights: So finally, we done with the difficult manipulations. Now it's time to do some finishes and enjoys article. So I'm going to import this image here. Let's actually, yeah, this is an image here, just imported. Make sure it's on the top and I will make it bigger, bigger. Let's click OK button. So now if I go to normal and I tried to change the blending mode, you see that we can have here this really nice effects. But the best one is going to be Color Dodge. Let's take this and I will try to put it here because I want here, like zeolite come from here. And now the thing is that it comes from here, what? It's like, it's only there I wanted to be on the whole image. So what I will now go to aged free transform. And I will try to make this bigger. So not bigger, Sorry, but I will try to stretch it. So basically what you can do is, again, depends on what kind of version of Photoshop you're using. In the newest version of Photoshop, you need to hold shift. And when you do that, you can click and drag. And as you can see, I'm stretching the image. If you are using older versions, then you don't need to hold shift. You just click and drag and it should stretch it. So again, I'm just stretching it and I will now put it here. And like that stretcher with more. And this should be fine. Actually. Let's click OK. Now. Good. Looks magnificent. So now what I want to do is first of all, I want to make this part of the lines darker because we have here, as you can see, a little bit darker, so it needs to be darker. So what I will do is I will select Basic double-click here, and then we'll hold shift and click here to select everything in between as well as ng-click congruent. So basically I am going to take all of the lines and put them inside one group. Now will go and create brightens contrasts layer. And I will make sure that it's located on the top of the groups, and I will connect it to the group. So basically now I want to make sure that this brightest conscious effect affects only the things that are inside the group. For that, I can just, again click here on this arrow. Boom. Now you have here clipping masqueraded as you can see, arrow pointing down to the group. And now if I change it as you can see, only the lines are getting affected. What I want to die, I want to make it darker like that. I also bits and I, if I turn this off and on, but now I want this darkness to appear only on the left side of the line, not here. So what I will do is, I will, I will, I will go to the mosque. I will go to gradient tool. Make sure you have your lie near gradients sided. Make sure you have here just black and white greatest selected, and like ambit graded every four shop has this gradient as default. So I'll just click on it. More normal pass 10%. And now if I just make sure you owns a Mask, click and drag, look what's going to happen now vf, Medicare's this effect, but write nicely cancels this places, right? So the effect is working on here. If I turn this off and on, yeah, it needs to be aware and sort I will double click and drag now from the right to the left, basically bomb a knife attorney. So Fanon, as you can see now this place is getting darker. I can do it again to see if it's yes, this is butter. And Already looks better because this, the image here on the left is darker, so this lines also need to be darker. That's why that is the general idea behind it. Now what I want to do is I want to go and create a brightness contrast layer. And I want to make the whole image dealt with brighter because it's too dark. And the same time I want to decrease contrast because it's too contrasty. Basically dealt with less brightness. And yeah, this looks nice. I would even say. So the thing is that I want the brightness appear only from the right side. So again, make sure you click on this. Go to gradient and knife I tried to draw here. Ok, again the other way around. So not from the router but from the left to the right. As again now we have white. Even more so that the brightness reaches her face. Turns off and on. Wow, now this part is brighter and it looks nice. So now a few corrections. I really don't like how this head looks here. It's too bright, so I'm gonna make sure I go to the group that it belongs to. Okay, in the middle. Let's like this. Let us now create a brightness contrast layer. And let's click on this arrow so that the effects on this is, I will make it dealt with darker and ultimately more contrasty. Let's start us off of unknown. And even more, the thing that I wanted to I wanted to affect on these ahead, not everything. So I will do that. And I again, I go here to the mask, I take my Gradient tool and again I can draw here again from the other side story, left to right. And as you can see up here, right, which means that this is affecting only this point, say four turns off and on. Let's say even more. Actually, let's not do that. Let's go back. Went is totally white. Good. Let's brush tool. And what I want to do is I will invert this mask. And if I just click on it and now can click Control or comment plus, i. Boom. Now the mask is inverted, as you can see, 20 black. Now, I select white color. And now with this parameters, if I just draw it here, I will start. Let's maximum exert more. I will start getting here darker, darkens because I'm basically telling Photoshop shows the brightness contrast effect on this part of the head. Basically, Psy's case, it's not affecting the rest of the alumni for turns off. Boom. And let's double-click here. Maybe we'll darker, less code and it will actually more contrast. Yep. Okay, much, but I like this much more. Now let's go to this head. I don't like it. I don't like that. It has here, this brightness thing. So let's see which one is it? Yeah, let's find the head. Go to the mosque, select our brush TO black color. Lectures, this is stronger, this is 100, this is 100 clauses. And start doing things is right. He's things from here. Put much better now. How long is this? Okay. It's stone. It's long, but I want to finish it this time. So let's see what else I have to change. I want to add, I need to add this brightness to the eyes. So basically I will go to the top. Click, create new empty layer, select my brush tool. Click here to have a default colors, and click here to change it to white. And I will just draw with 0 hardness. I will just draw white-collar eyes like that. The saying goes here, likes that. Listening goes here. This is all happening on a new empty layer. And the same goes here. And the same goes here. The same goes here. And now if I just double-click him somewhere, an empty space, I can go to our little glow. I can just add ultimate over glow and voila, boom, nice. Let's see what else? What else? Oh yeah. Otherwise, if you look here on the lines, as you can see, we have here some oily colors, so it's a little bit different. I want to do the same here as well. So what I will do is I will go to this lines basically. Let's start with this one. For example, I will open it. I will go to this one, make sure it's a Smart Object. This one was go to Filter stylized and oil paint. We're going to have a little bit of oil paints and not too much. So as you can see, we have now a little bit of oil paints here. You can just use my settings. And if you want to know what, what is the difference between a, you can just play with them to see what is the difference. And I will just, you know, if I just turn off preview before, after, looks nice, just copy my parameters. N is going to be fine. Click Ok. Continue. Go to the other lines. Do the same. Here. Oops, this is not the line, whereas this is the line. Filter. Stylize oil paint. It is kind of too strong. Let's actually make it out. It's smoother, so less shiny. Cleaning lizard with more. Let's click OK. Now let's go to the last one, this line. As you can see, it's not even smart objects, so I'm just gonna write button and Convert to Smart Object. Boom, that's a smart object. I can go to Filter, stylize, and oil paint again. And let's see. Well, which one is it is the last one, right? So what we will have more shininess. So it's this orange one. Click OK and it looks fantastical. Now, what I want to do is the last step that you can do. She's actually, if I just select clauses, if I just select everything. So basically I can click here, I can hold Shift, I can click here, click right button on everything. I actually go to the layer Smart Object and Convert to Smart Object as white. Make sure you go to file and saves is. Now if I go to Filter Camera filter, I can do some final touches in terms of editing the colors. How long is this tutorial? 12 minutes. Okay, it's fine. So yeah, we're going to see here the rest of his image aswell, but don't focus on this, focus only on the important part. So let's try to edit the colors. Let's contrast, increased the haze. Let's see maybe we can get something better. This is gingerly NYSE decrease shadows. Texture with software probably actually not make it 0 as it, as it was. Vibrates. The course already pretty strong, so I will not touch this. But I can go to column exam, maybe I can do something nice here. Call it mix it basically obsessed to change the colors. And if you're using an older version of Photoshop, then U is for you is going to be called HSL adjustments, not column except as going to be located somewhere here on the top. It's going to be like sort of force button. And this, we know this. Maybe, let's see. I actually like the violet colors. Nothing really changes, nothing really changes. The actually has some sign colors. Looks nice, but this is too strong and little bit. Whew, this changes a lot less adult with of sine. And let's, let's leave it at 0. So again, you can do is according to your own tastes, I'm just gonna click OK. And let's click File and safe. You made eight. I also made it, oh my god, I'm so tired them. So finally finished the class, but I was really happy to teach it, to teach this to you. I hope you enjoyed this. I really enjoyed this teaching to you and make sure to post this on instagram tag me and I will be happy to leave a comment, you know, tell you about right or wrong and just help you with our singles. Check out my other classes as well. I always do some really interesting stuff. Okay. Guys. I know you love me too. It's anodes. Michelle, you notice there is a, there's a chemist, chemistry between us. Bye-bye. Bye-bye.