It would take too long time to start to show that such mode of fusion gives such results, and that such position of copy in the pile gives such result, it is with you to judge and make the tests bus of the hundreds of combinations are possible… For the moment all is the fruit of the chance, as well the layouts as the placements and the allotted modes of fusion.
Here, I found that the layouts were not detailed enough and thus I took the initiative to import images to fill this gap. This stage is done gradually, image by image, with tests of mode fusion and displacements in the pile of copy. Here is the first imported image.
I then duplicated the copy and applied a rotation of 180° to him. One is placed under the pile in Normal mode and the copy (rotation of 180°) on the pile in Incrustation mode.
Already to this stage, the pros of the abstract drawing go jubiler. This stage, I wanted to have metallurgical elements and it is here that I have absolutely desired to have a little control on creation by saying to me that if I import such visual, I will have surely such result:). I thus was to draw from my images and I imported a crane kind in mode of fusion “Linear Density -”.
I am sure that you suspect the continuation. It is obvious that certain could say that they see another thing and I will answer him: in each eye its visual right:)
On a new copy, I start to emphasize desired volumes and to imagine the scene in way more concrete. I did not use that only one brush (the chalk) which I adjusted in the following way:
Once volumes and the matter deposited, I refine some details, I import textures and I remove the defects nondesired on the image.
The goal of this tutorial was to show you that it is possible to create the visual imaginary ones with mixtures of imported images but not to show you the side painting, which would be visible correctly only in video. Thank you…
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