3D Paint

3D Paint. 45 min project

Maybe someone of us still remember that children’s song about "sky of a color of orange, sea of a color of orange, about green of a color of orange and certainly camel of the same color". I was in the same mood and singing that foolish song I painted my own world in a color of orange…All I needed just paint bucket and brush(all supplies made by Photoshop3d, of course).

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1. I started from paint bucket drawing. Well… Should I give an advice to old auntie Judy how to milk a cow? Should I explain to Photoshop Pros in order to create a cylinder they have to draw a rectangle and 2 ellipses(one for bottom part of bucket and another for top opening)? BTW: topmost ellipse will serve me as a bucket lid.
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2. After that I applied Layer Style to bucket. It is just Gradient Overlay as you see on a corresponding picture.
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3. Actually that simple top ellipse I mentioned in Step #1 was happened in a great use designing paint bucket lid. I loaded ellipse to selection on empty layer and stroked selection. This stroke will be a rim of a lid and a rim of a bottom part of a bucket

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4. Now time to spill some paint! In this case I use rearely taken Photoshop native plugin, called Fibers(know what? I will let you find it yourself. I bet it will take 5 to 7 minutes to find, though it is under Filters menu… LOL)
 
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5. In the following step I Copy/Paste hair-like image to Alpha Chanel, blurred it with Gaussian Blur…
 
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6. and applied Treshold. And a small amount of Gaussian Blur to soften edges. Wow! "EyeCandy" people going to assasinate me – no more life for theirs Drip Filter…
 
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7. Paint suppose to be dimensional and be a color of orange. Of course, my dear friends, Layer Style is a great choice to do so.
 
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8. Guess, what filter I used making paint brush? Well? Of course, I made brush hair with that forgotten Fiber Filter(please call it Mr. Fiber from now).

And now I am about to paint my world in a color of Orange. Avante!

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Written by okgrafix on March 23rd, 2007 with no comments.
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