3D Basket

3D Basket. 2 hours project

This time I will share with you, dear Photoshop lovers, secret of creation willow weave. Though, I am not redneck and my last visit to countryside was about 5 years ago(somewhere near Phoenix, AZ), I am in a desperate passion to folk stuff. You know, those baskets, clay pottery and plaid blankets…

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1. On the corresponding picture you can see pattern I made for basket Body. Pretty siple, huh? And then I applied mentioned pattern into rectangular selection.
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2. I created path and cut off outer part of basket Body. Then, using Edit -> Transform -> Warp tool(quite a helpful edition to Photoshop), I shaped basket Body regarding to needed perspective view. After that I created inner part of the basket, duplicating part of outer part of basket Body. In order to follow basket design I had to flip inner part vertically. To complete Body creation, shadows were added.
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3. In the followinf steps I made basket Handle and Rim. First I made Brush(you can see it on the picture). Then I customized it. and applied it to pre-made Paths. To make these things look dimensionally, I applied some Bevel from Layer Styles.
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4. In the final step I added plaid nepkins and a bottle of my favorite Chardonnay(you can find 3d Bottle lesson here ). I brought basket, full of yummy things(unfortunately you can’t see fresh vegetables, Abbaye de Belloc fromage and plate of “Gold” Korkunoff chocolate, because these are inside of a basket, :-l ) to the green grass, which was also made with Photoshop’s default Brush set. Some final touches and voila! Bon appetite, my friends!
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Written by okgrafix on March 7th, 2007 with no comments.
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