Today I wanted to create a grand tutorial =) on one of my recent series that I have titled “Eternal Mystery”.
These 3 final images are included in it and, of course, they all are complex and made up of several images, so I have detailed the processes below and show you how to create
Basic applications: Decim8, Juxtaposer, 3DPhoto
First things first, I’ll detailed in the creation of the first (base) image.
I shot the original image with the Pudding Cam.
Next, I ran it through the Decim8 using FOLD4RAP5 effect
Next, I ran it through the Juxtaposer. So, I get rid of excess. I should mention that I merge basic image with my “clean” paper texture
Further, I add new top image, to wit load previously saved stamp ( Skull). Quite often you can meet “HIM” in my works
Finally, I play with filters, using Iris app.
And at this point I think that I’m somewhat happy with what I’ve created
2) So, we go to the creation of the second image
Do you remember, that I told you – Shoot more! Well, I turn to my archives…This is what I need!
Once again I’m going to use Decim8! (FOLD4RAP5 effect). Yes, shure, I’m a big fan of the geometry! =)
Once again I back in Juxtaposer and add new top image, I mean, I load previously saved stamp ( Skull2). By the way, this is another of my favorite main characters (Skull 2)
I am a mad scientist, so I clone them one by one and add them in sequence.=) Actually, I would like to see an “otherworldly triumvirate”.
Finally, I add some texture and revert to gloomy colors, using Iris app.(here)
3) Just for fun, I complicate the task, by adding more geometry and freakish mood ;)
My lovely “poster”-images… =)
With clean (almost white) image, I create the graphic image, using “addLib” app
Not bad…. BUT! I was talking about the complication!
So, I ran it through the 3D Photo
Well, it’s better, but I really want to add some texture and make all colors intense, so I go to the Pixlromatic app.
Next, I go back in Juxtaposer app. and add there some familiar characters..I think it is too bright, so I make all colors more muted, using the Blender app.(merging with colors texture)
Further I add some graphic arrows, using the Blender app once again
That’s all! As always, ”Let your imagination works on you!”
All the Apps Used In This Tutorial: