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Creating a Storybook Picture
When I was looking through some of my favourite facebook groups, I came across pictures of the Aussie artist Kira Likhterova. Loving the way she takes a plain picture and turns it into a work of work. Here is their video clip on how to turn a plain picture into a picture book scene:
where the lights would be smooth and even. It was also in the mornings - again: smooth lighting. With a few picks and blotches removed here and there and a little cloned a strange twig, I softened her hide with one of my promotions - "Satin skin light" from "Photo Rejuvenation Basic Retouch Workflow Actions".
" While you can do it yourself in Photoshop with low opaqueness round motion copying, it will take a little while - but not much, as children usually already have good skins. Comes with a large, smooth bristle-stop. Then, I began part of my drawing on their faces and body and thought about using the light to create some 3-D effect - sometimes I do it with my action when I'm in a hurry (see "Light and Shadow" from "Photo Rejuvenation Basic Retouch Workflow Actions"), sometimes I just take a blank or dark paintbrush and draw on a seperate plane with 50% grey filling in overlaysh.
In essence, the aim is the same as what make-up artist tries to create - to sculpt with lights by moving some characteristics forward by drawing with whites and having some shades to step back by drawing with blacks. And then I begin to gamble with planes - bends and planes. Illumination of the areas I want to illuminate - in this case more around the girl to create the impression that she is encircled by it.
I' m playing with selected colours, replacing colours, colouring (via colour tone and saturation) and colour equilibrium to create the shades and shades I want. It' different every single one, according to how the picture feels to me. In this picture, for example, the green was too thick for me, so I de-saturated the green with a "replacement color".
Naturally, every so often when you work with masks to use the effect economically, with a low degree of opaqueness of the mousse. So I added some blues on the areas that go backwards and added a little heat to the areas that are to come forward - girl and areas around her, a few sheets here and there.
I' m always thinking from a painter's point of view - if you want something to come forward, lighter and warm colours; if you want something to step back, choose colder colours. What I wanted was more contrasts, warm colours and sharp detail, and also more mist and less contrasts in the areas I don't want to work on.
That' s why I choose to use F2.8, even though I have four gals, like in this case. And in case one is less sharp than the other, I sometimes take a few more pictures, concentrating on each of the women, so that I can even change my head if necessary.
The next step for this painting was to paint the desired areas with a little creme paint on individual coats - with low opaqueness. Couple occasions, each case on a different later: sometimes on a regular blend modus, sometimes on an overlays or soft-light modus, as well as girls' skins and around them to create more creaminess and blurred effect.
Which I like to do for a little shine and more blues in some areas - "Secret Ingredient/Magic Glow" by "Specialised Treatments Photoshop Actions". I' ve been playing with the addition of magic highlights. Use the Polygonal utility on a seperate plane, fill it with a little amount of pure blank color, drop the opaqueness and blur.
And in the end I used "Magic Lights Overlays" for a few sparks. Vanelli (Vanelli to his friends) is a Florida-based filmmaker, teacher and writer. A seasoned teacher, Vanelli has developed various photographic and numerical workflows, such as Click for Kids.