Join David Mattingly for an in-depth discussion in this video Prepping the plate, part of Digital Matte Painting: 1 Concept.
Let's take a lot at the plate we'll be working over for this project.…If you're a lynda.com premium member, you'll have access to all of the files I…use to create this project. If you're not a premium member, you'll…still have access to the Photoshop plate and to the movie file we'll be compositing…our final castle into. Before starting this tutorial, you should…download the exercise files to your desktop then double click on the folder to…open it. The first folder 1 concept contains all of…the exercise files for the first section. The first file in this folder is…ConceptFinal.psd, which is my final concept painting.…
You should look at this when you're done with this section.…The second file is Plates.mov, which is the movie we'll be compositing our final…castle into. Double-click on the movie and let's take a…look at it. This is a piece of high definition footage…that I shot in the Virgin Islands and it's a beautiful coastline with some waves…crashing in on it. We're not going to be able to work on this…
- Setting up your Photoshop workspace
- Toning the plate with adjustment layers
- Examining transfer modes
- Finding the silhouette
- Drawing internal forms
- Creating a custom brush for clouds
- Painting the sky
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
Photoshop for Photographers: Compositingwith Chris Orwig4h 45m Intermediate
1. Starting Your Project
2. Toning the Plate
3. Finding the Silhouette
Silhouette: Domes and towers5m 43s
4. Light and Detail
5. Rendering the Environment
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