Create a Photo Manipulation of Alice in Wonderland

Comments (37)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Very easy to follow-thank you!

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Thank you very much! I am very pleased!
      I tried to make a simple tutorial. So that everyone could repeat it and understand a little bit with the possibilities of Photoshop.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is beautiful it that you made by photo shop, i want to learn though you sir i request you please would you teach me like profession.

  3. Anonymous says:

    thanks for the tip really need it ^_^

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Thank you very much! I am very pleased to hear that!
      The work was great, but I hope useful.Soon in this site will still be my tutorial. Invite view them :)
      Thanks for the great review!

  4. Mike Anetsberger says:

    I finished this project 2 Days ago! I have to say this has really helped me get back into photoshop, I haven’t used it in over 5-6 years so this taught me QUITE A BIT!
    Heres my final result! It could use a few touchups but let me know what you think :) Thanks Again!
    http://picload.org/image/lopgldi/alicefinal.jpg

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Oh! I am very glad that you came in handy and helped my lesson to refresh your knowledge and skills. It’s okay that you did this painting for 2 days. It’s so much that immediately and not make out :) I watched your work and I liked it! The only thing that can remove a little shadow on the model in the area of ​​contact between the legs and maps. Make a little not brighter. In general, I liked it! Thank you very much for your beautiful work, patience and good comment. I am very pleased! Once again thank you very much!

  5. Mike says:

    NVM! i figured it out! I hadn’t downloaded the High-Rez version of the resources

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      I’m glad you’re paying attention to quality. Try in the future to download all the resources in good quality. Remember, in the transformation of Object in Photoshop, the picture may be of poor quality, if it is to stretch very much. Good luck in the works!

  6. Mike says:

    Hello! I just have a question :)
    When I stretch the initial Sky/cloud resource it becomes extremely pixelated is this normal? Its really blocky so I’m not sure if im doing something wrong or not haha
    Any advice would be great! Thanks :)

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Hi! It is normal to become pixel photo and loses its quality. You add the image as a Smart Object so the quality after transforming back. I hope you could do it! Good luck to you! Have questions, please write. I’m happy to answer them!

  7. Chad says:

    Impressive work

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Thank you ever so much!

  8. Henderson says:

    Wow.
    This is the best photoshop tutorial

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Thank you very much! I am very pleased to hear that!
      Thanks for the great review!

  9. Chinh DV says:

    Thanks u so much :x

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      You’re very welcome! I hope this tutorial will be useful for you. Thanks for the comment!

  10. Clarence Sophus says:

    You’re awesome, thank you
    I share

    1. Maria Semelevich says:

      Thank you very much! I am very pleased to hear that! I hope that this lesson will be useful for you and will bring a lot of fun!

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