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Posterseries - Positive Space

 

Hi Evgeniy & Dominic, first of all thank you so much for all your great tutorials. Really appreciate them and your work. Your tutorial really inspired me to do Duotone Posterseries, at the moment I finished two of them another one will follow. In the following post i´m going quickly through the process wich pretty much follows your tutorial.

 

 

STEP 01:

First of all I researched for pictures I would like to work with. I found the the following link and I think it´s a great resource for images which you can use for non-commercial projects. 

-> http://nasaimages.lunaimaging.com/luna/servlet/allCollections

So here is the image I picked first.

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STEP 02:

 

Makeing the image Black&White with the following settings.

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STEP 03:

 Fixing the contrast with the following settings.

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STEP 03:

Picking a color palette. I decided to go with the shiny, bright RGB blue. This was the first color I picked. For the others I used the Illustrator Colorhelp and also got randomly inspiration and handpicked colors on https://coolors.co/. Do you know the website and if do you like it?

After I decided with which colors I want to create the posters I tried all the possible gradients with the color palette and decided which could work and which not.

-> https://coolors.co/

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STEP 04:

Deciding which of the above created gradients would work best for the gradient map.

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STEP 05:

Masking the image and adding contrasting element (a cross for no) because the posters name is "no limits"

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STEP 06:

Bringing the image in a poster format.

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Final Posters

 

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Thank you very much again and please keep on going on with your tutorials.

 

Andi - https://www.instagram.com/kaesebart/

 

Other Color variations:

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