Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Lath and plaster, part of Creating a Hallway Scene with Photoshop.
Now that we've torn some holes in the wallpaper, we need to create the interior …of the wall behind it. In this age of building, the wall would …most probably be made of lath and plaster, in other words, thin strips of …wood with plaster in between. So let's begin by making a backing for …the whole section of the wall. We'll zoom out so we can see the whole wall. …Now it's the last thing we did with the Marquee tool was to make these vertical strips.…
It'll be still set to make a single column marquee. …So let's set this back to the regular rectangular marquee tool. …I'm going to make a selection that goes the entire width of this wall. …Go to the Background Layer and now make a New Layer. …And we'll call this inside wall. We want to fill this with a dark random pattern. …Let's zoom in so we can see how this works.…
Let's at the foreground color, the midbrown, swap over so that now becomes …the background color, and now I can set the foreground color again to a darker brown. …And we can choose Filter, Render, and Clouds to fill our area with a random texture. …
- Working with wood
- Color correction with the Curves adjustment
- Drawing wallpaper
- Creating a window
- Adding a lamp and switch
- Working with light and shade
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1. Working with Wood
2. Making the Door
3. Drawing the Wallpaper
4. The Window
5. Finishing the Door
6. Adding the Lamp and the Switch
7. Light and Shade
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