Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video The back wall, part of Creating a Hallway Scene with Photoshop.
Let's now make the upper part of the wallpaper. …This is easily done with a random texture which we can generate with a Clouds filter. …We'll make a new layer and we'll call it Upper wall. …We can use the Marquee tool to make a selection of the whole of this upper wall area. …And just for neatness, let's remove the area behind this door. …And we can do that by holding the Alt key down, that will remove any new selection …from the old one. And now we can trace our new area with …the marquee. When we release the button, that area is removed.…
From our selection. As I said, we use the Clouds filter and …the choice of colors is significant here. Let's set a lightish brown as our …foreground color. Swap these over so that becomes the …background, and now set a slightly darker brown as being our new foreground color. …And you can see these two browns are very similar. …When we use Filter, Render, and Clouds. This is the effect that we get.…
And we can deselect. The clouds produces this rather …
- 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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