Create the background now. Use three different pictures for it.
Take for the beginning a picture, representing a wall and place it on the layer under the girl's one. Make it look lighter: Image ? Abjustments ? Brightness/Contrast
. Place the picture with the sky on the top, using also Filter ? Blur ? Smart Blur
, making it look lighter too. Change the layer's type on Linear Burn
. Place the city's picture above the sky and the Sun must be situated exactly in the center of the picture. Change the layer's type on Overlay and minimize the layer's visibility.
We've got the next.
Use Ellipse Tool
to represent an orange circle, which will be situated behind the girl and will imitate the sun. Apply Filter ? Blur ? Gaussian Blur
and chage the layer's type on Linear Burn
Use the same instrument to draw several circles of different sizes to right side. Apply to them Filter ? Blur ? Gaussian Blur
and change the layer's type on Linear Burn
. To make the same circles to the left side, it's necessary just to copy their layer: Layer ? Duplicate Layer
, applying the command Edit ? Transform ? Flip Horizontal
Represent the wings' shadow now. Copy the layer: Layer ? Duplicate Layer
and place it under the girl by clicking on it and moving it, holding the button pressed. Apply Filter ? Blur ? Motion Blur
Place the butterfly picture on a new layer.
Cut it out using Polygonal Lasso Tool
. Copy the layer in a way to have finally four butterflies. Using Edit ? Free Transform
(ctrl+t), place them on different angles, highness and different sizes.
Copy this layer and apply Edit ? Transform ? Flip Horizontal
to place the butterflies to the other side also. Merge these layers (Merge Down
(ctrl+e)) and change the layer's type on Linear Burn
To create the wings' flap illusion, just copy the layer, representing them and apply to it Filter ? Blur ? Radial Blur
Make the frame also with Crop
и Rectangle Tool
. + View full size image
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