Group out both layers (ctrl+g) and increase the laces' contrast (Levels
). Correcting its size (ctrl+t), try to place it the way to look like a sleeve. Change the layer's type on Multiply
and apply the shown option: Filter - Sharpen - Sharpen
Insert the lace on the girl's body too, by distorting it with Edit - Transform - Perspective
Represent on her neck the pearls' beads.
to representing the blind on the back background. We need for this to
insert on a new layer (ctrl+n) the necessary textile's texture.
Create above it a new layer and paint it out with the Gradient Tool
with the next adjustments:
Change the layer's type on Soft Light
and combine the layers. Insert the new picture that we've got under the girl's layer, correcting its size (ctrl+t).
Distort it a little with the next selection: Edit - Transform - Distort
Choose the Turbulence Tool
in the Liquefy
Distort the blind more with the Distort
we have to increase the number of the folds on the blind. Just copy the
blind's layer and change the placement's angle and the copy's size
(ctrl+t), Then place it close to the folds that we already have on the
previous layer (that was possible to do exactly after the textile's
placement under the girl's layer). Combine the layers with the blind's
parts and apply the next filter (Filter - Distort - Shear
Choose now the picture of the wallpapers.
Correct the brightness and the contrast (Levels
) and apply the necessary filter (Filter - Artistic - Cutout
Copy this layer (ctrl+j) and blur out this copy: Filter - Blur - Gaussian Blur
Change the layer's type on darken and merge down the layers.
Correct after that their color by using Hue/Saturation
Above the wallpapers' layer must be introduced the textile's texture.
Correct again the brightness and the contrast (ctrl+m).
Change the layer's type on color Burn
and minimize the Opacity
. Make use of the Blending Mode
to add the girl's Drop Shadow
to the blind.
Get to represent the flare. First we need to picture a figure with Rounded Rectangular Tool
, which half must be erased. The rest of it must be distorted with Edit - Transform - Perspective
Copy the new layer (ctrl+j) and turn it around horizontally: Edit - Transform - Flip Horizontal
. Combine these layers after that (ctrl+e), make a copy after that and turn it around with next selection: Edit - Transform - 90 CW
down the flares' parts (ctrl+e) and make a copy of the layer (ctrl+j).
Minimize the copy and turn it around (ctrl+t).Represent then a circle
in the middle of the star on a new layer. You have to use for this the Ellipse Tool
(you'll get an equal circle by keeping pressed the Shift button).
Blur out the circle (Gaussian Blur
) and merge the flares' parts. The new layer must be copied and the copy blurred out.
again the flares' parts. Then copy many times the layer and change the
size of the copies and placement's angle (ctrl+t). Place the flares on
the ornaments. To make the brilliance more intensive, we have to merge
down all the layers containing the flares (ctrl+e). Copy the new layer
and blur out the copy (Gaussian Blur
Choose now the picture of a pretentious frame.
Erase its background and place the frame above the wall's layer. Correct its color with Hue/Saturation
On the layer, under the frame, must be inserted an old picture.
Correct its color (ctrl+u).
Add after that the frame's Drop Shadow
in the Blending Options
Above the frame's layer introduce the texture of an old and dirty paper sheet.
Change the layer's type on Multiply
Merge down all the layer now: Layer - Merge Visible
(shift+ctrl+e) and insert on a new layer the picture of a paper with unequal edges.
the background it is situated on. Then place the layer lower than the
picture's layer. Group these layers (ctrl+g) and create a new layer
lower than the rest of them. It must be painted with the Paint Bucket Tool
On a new layer introduce a butterfly's picture.
it out, minimize its size and turn it around (ctrl+t). Correct the
brightness and the contrast (ctrl+l). Add after that the butterfly's Drop Shadow
and a flare on it.
That's it, the illustration is finished!
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