A riot of colors in Photoshop

Today we present another lesson on photo manipulation. As usual, we will work with Adobe Photoshop to create our image. In this tutorial, I will apply a colorful effect with a spray of paint to the image of a beautiful young girl.

This lesson is easy to perform and does not take much of your time. If you are new to the design area, I strongly recommend that you follow the lesson step by step, simply because you will learn many techniques for creating manipulations, such as adding elements, adjusting tones, creative touches, and some other techniques. Hope you enjoy this tutorial.

Final result

Source materials:

Creature The basics
First of all, I cut the model using selection tools.

I chose a solid black tint as a background.

Place the model on the background.

Add items
I chose a parrot on the stock resource and deleted the background.

I chose the tool Eraser (Erase Tool) and removed the wooden stand.

I will show a little trick. I placed the parrot on the dancer’s raised hand, since This is the best place to be a parrot.

Colorful Splashes
I used spray images to create a colorful spray effect on a parrot.

I placed the colorful spray for the parrot and chose the next color shade. I chose this color shade from the parrot’s breast, but what about the extra sprays that hinder us and that hinder the whole scene? The answer lies in the following screenshot.

Translator’s Note: The color shade is shown in the screenshot below, for the area where you want to combine the spray with the breast of the parrot. Use this color shade for the area between the parrot and model’s hand.

I created a new layer CTRL + SHIFT + N. The new layer will be corrective for colorful splashes.

Translator’s Note: the author is below the parrot layer and on top of the spray layer, since The first layer with splashes was placed behind the parrot, creating a new layer as a clipping mask and on the clipping mask the author paints the splashes with the appropriate color shades.

I chose the tool Eraser (Eraser Tool) and set parameters. We used the same settings when creating this manipulation. Select a layer with colorful splashes and remove excess areas of colorful splashes.

Translator’s Note: superfluous areas of spatter the author removes from the layer with splashes. You can apply a layer mask to the layer with splashes and hide extra or unwanted areas of spray on the mask layer.

I applied another spray image to the parrot and repeated the same operation.

Next, I applied another image with splashes near the dancer’s neck. This time, I created a new layer as a clipping mask and filled it with a color shade, which is shown in the screenshot, and then deleted the extra splashes.

Further, I used another image with splashes near the dancer’s legs, created a new layer and filled it with a new color shade on the new layer, which is shown in the screenshot, and then deleted the extra splashes.

Further, I applied another image with splashes near the legs, I wanted to create the effect of flowing drops and then repeated the same steps as for the previous images with splashes.

Next, I created an amazing dress with the effect of splashes, for this I used another image with splashes that fits the dancer’s dress, chose a color shade, on the new layer I filled it with a color shade, which is shown in the screenshot and removed the extra part of the spray.

For the right part of the dress, I used another image of the spray, then I repeated the above steps.

I added another colored parrot to make our work more interesting and colorful. Adjusted Brightness / Contrast (Brightness / Contrast) through the menu Image – Correction – Brightness / Contrast (Image> Adjustment> Brightness / Contrast).

Finishing Strokes

I put the parrot on our image, it looks great.

Next, I used another image with a spray for the parrot’s tail, then I applied the transformation and did the same steps as I did before.

I added a bright light to the bottom of the dancer with the tool Brush (Brush Tool) and set the color to pure white, created a new layer and on the new layer painted a glow with a brush.

Next, I applied the transform to the glow layer.

Next, I used the stock image of the paint can and removed the background.

Next, I selected the areas with streaks of paint to fill them with color shades, which are shown in the screenshot, we do this in order to give more realism. For smudges of paint on a tin, I used three color shades. You can see the result in the screenshot for more clarity.

Next, I applied a small shadow to the paint can.

Next, at the bottom of the jar, I applied the tool Dimmer (Burn Tool). The bank is ready so that we can transfer it to our document.

Next, I placed a can of paint at the bottom of the image and applied the transform.

Final result

Author: waseem

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