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Re: Create a Dusky Autumn River scenery background

Post#22 by dinasset » 17 Oct 2017, 04:34


Pat625 wrote:
17 Oct 2017, 03:17
Thank you everyone for your nice comments. You all have lovely images. RJ, Love old Nessy there taking a swim!
Dinasset, I knew you would say something about the perspective on the boat and people. I have made a minor adjustment. I will need to review more about judging the degree of angle from the sun. I tried using a protractor but still did not get much difference of an answer. My starting and end points for measuring must be off. Back to the books!!
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Good, Pat, now the shadow is positioned correctly.
A little step forward: when the sun is low (close to the horizon), shadows are looong !
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Post#23 by Conbagui » 17 Oct 2017, 05:14


Good work Pat. I myself don't worry about little detail like that, otherwise it wouldn't be so relaxing and enjoyable very time I create a tutorial. I don't sell any of my work, this is just for the fun and integrating with others around the world. So keep your talent worry-free my friends.
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Post#24 by RJKD » 17 Oct 2017, 09:21


Thankyou for the tutorial Eddie, great fun. I'm still trying to figure out how you achieve the layer effects outcomes, is it trial and error? Are there any basic principles to learn? Such as scaling a pattern to overlay?
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Post#25 by Ella » 17 Oct 2017, 12:49


Thanks for the tutorial, Conbagui :golden_wilber:

Nancy, Dinasset, Issabella and Richard, all very beautiful and different outcomes :thumbsup:
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Post#26 by gnerd » 17 Oct 2017, 13:22


Lovely outcomes Ella as always!! I agree Eddie, I now shy away from perspective since i'm clueless, but I prefer to just have fun and enjoy the process. I'm far from perfect but i'm okay with that, but I did finally give your gimp table a go :hammer_head: which didn't do it justice but i'm pretty happy with the outcome.
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Post#27 by Conbagui » 18 Oct 2017, 01:33


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Thankyou for the tutorial Eddie, great fun. I'm still trying to figure out how you achieve the layer effects outcomes, is it trial and error? Are there any basic principles to learn? Such as scaling a pattern to overlay?
Yes Raphael, at the beginning is trial and error but it become something else; A learning experience. Layer Effects is something that it takes time to learn what the effects of each filter do in their own configurations, but you get to learn eventually how to get what you like in the outcome. Most of my tutorial are base on that, but I keep giving it the shape, messing up with the numbers and the Blend Mode until I come up with what I like. I learned not to get frustrated with trials and errors, instead I take it as a learning experience.
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Post#28 by dinasset » 18 Oct 2017, 04:52


Ella wrote:
17 Oct 2017, 12:49
Thanks for the tutorial, Conbagui :golden_wilber:

Nancy, Dinasset, Issabella and Richard, all very beautiful and different outcomes :thumbsup:
Wonderful outcome Ella.
It also seems that you "worry about little detail like that (I posted)" and it is still "so relaxing and enjoyable ".
You added your specific talent too, great.
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