# Customize Photoshop for Your Projects- P5

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## Customize Photoshop for Your Projects- P5

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Customize Photoshop for Your Projects- P5: Using Photoshop CS5 you can improve photographs, repurpose them, or start with a blank canvas to create original designs. Because printed images and Web images have different limits on the range of colors that they can represent, you need to set the working color space for your project.

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1. Make Any Photo Appear Sketched on the Paper . . . . . . . . . 190 Add Your Own Signature to Any Artwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Convert a Photo to a High-Contrast Stylized Image . . . . . . 194 Posterize a Photo for a Warhol-Style Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Set Up the Mixer Brush and HUD for Art Projects . . . . . . . . 200 Turn a Photograph into a Pencil Sketch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Create a Digital Pen-and-Ink Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 Create a Pastel Drawing from a Photograph . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Change a Photograph into a Pen-and-Colored-Wash Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Turn a Photo into a Hand-Painted Oil Painting . . . . . . . . . . 216 Paint a Digital Watercolor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
2. Make any photo appear SKETCHED ON THE PAPER You can make a photo appear to be sketched onto the technique on a slightly grainy photo even intensifies page, giving a traditional photograph an entirely new the hand-sketched look. You can configure the Eraser look. You can also apply this technique with a digital tool with any of Photoshop’s brush settings and drawing or painting for a hand-drawn or -painted change them as you continue sketching the photo look. The main image appears to be applied to the onto the page. The greater the number and opacity of paper using charcoal, soft pencils, or a paintbrush, the brush strokes, the more of your photograph leaving the edges and brush marks visible. appears on the white layer. By selecting rough-edged Starting with any image, you add a new layer filled brushes and varying the style of the strokes you use, with white. You then use the Eraser tool with a brush your photo takes on the characteristics of a sketched setting to erase through the white, revealing areas of image. the image on the underlying layer. Using this 1 Click the New Layer button in the Layers panel to add a transparent 2 layer. 2 Click Edit. 3 Click Fill. 3 The Fill dialog box appears. 4 Click here and select White. 4 5 5 Click OK. 1 A white layer covers the photo. 8 6 Click Opacity and drag to the left 0 just enough to see the image underneath. 7 Press E or click the Eraser 6 tool ( ). 8 Click here to open the Brush picker. 9 9 Click a brush with a rough- looking edge. 0 Click and drag the Size slider to a large brush size. 190
3. ! Click and drag across @ the image using # several broad strokes. @ Click here to open the Brush picker again. # # Click another brush or drag the Size slider to ! adjust the size. $Click and drag across$ the image to add more brush strokes. % Click Opacity and drag back to 100%. ^ Continue applying just enough strokes until the image looks & * hand-sketched. & Click the Crop tool and crop the image if necessary. ^ * Click the Commit button to apply the crop. The image appears to be brushed % or sketched on a page. More Options! Customize It! You can add more brushes to the You can view brushes by name Brush picker. Click the Brush arrow instead of the stroke thumbnail. in the Options bar to open the Click the Brush arrow in the Brush picker. Click the flyout arrow Options bar to open the Brush ( ) to open the Brush picker picker. Click the flyout arrow ( ) menu. Click a brush set from the to open the Brush picker menu. bottom section, such as Dry Media Click Small List or Large List. You Brushes. Click Append in the dialog can return to the default brush set box that appears to add the by selecting Reset Brushes from brushes to the existing list. the same list. Chapter 9: Create Digital Artwork from Photographs 191
5. Your signature appears on the white image. @ $@ Click the Rectangular & Marquee tool. # Click and drag just ^ around your signature.$ Click Edit. % Click Define Brush Preset. The Brush Name dialog % # box appears. ^ Type a name for your signature, such as My Signature Brush. & Click OK to save the signature brush. * Open an image to which to add w * the signature. ( Click the New Layer button to q add an empty layer. ) Press B to select the Brush tool. q Click here to open the Brush picker. w Select your signature brush and click and drag the Size slider to w adjust the size to fit the image. e Click once in the image. e Your signature appears. ( ● You can click the Add a Layer Style button to add a drop shadow or bevel. Did You Know? Attention! Try This! You can create a custom If you create your original Add a drop shadow and brush from any signature signature in color, the bevel to the signature layer or any other image up to custom brush is still created using the Layer Styles 2500 × 2500 pixels in in grayscale. You can dialog box. Then lower the size. Signature brushes change the signature color Fill opacity of the layer to 0 work best when created by changing the foreground to give your signature a with a brush hardness set color before applying the blind embossed look. at 100%. signature brush or after it is applied to the image on a separate layer. Chapter 9: Create Digital Artwork from Photographs 193
10. POSTERIZE A PHOTO for a Warhol-style image After posterizing the first photo by following all each of the four color stops, always selecting the twenty-one steps in this task, you can duplicate the darkest colors for the leftmost color stops and the steps on four different copies of the original photo. lightest colors for the rightmost color stops. Click OK Use different colors for each copy and place them in a to close the Gradient Editor. Click File and then click new document to replicate the Andy Warhol–like Save, saving the second version with all the layers. layouts with four posterized and juxtaposed images. Repeat this process until you have four different To create the second copy, open your posterized versions of the image. image and click File and then Save As to give the To finish the project, you can follow the steps in task copy another name. Click the Gradient Map thumbnail #31 to create a quadriptych, or just create a new in the Layers panel to reopen the Gradient Map pane empty document and click File and then Place to place of the Adjustments panel. Click in the gradient to each of the four images on the page. open the Gradient Editor again. Change the colors for The Gradient Editor appears. ! Click two areas below the gradient bar to add two more color stops. Note: The number of color stops should match the levels of posterization that you entered in step 7. @ Click the leftmost color stop to select it. ! ! # Click the Color thumbnail. @ # The Select Stop Color dialog box appears. ^ $Click and drag the color slider. % Click in the color selector to %$ select the darkest of the four colors you will use. Note: If the warning triangle appears, the color is out of gamut for printing and will not print as you see it. Click the small square below the warning triangle to select the closest in-gamut or printable color. ^ Click OK to close the Select Stop Color dialog box. 198
13. ● The Current Brush # Load swatch fills with the selected hue and shade. # Click here and select $Dry.$ Click and drag to paint in the blank document. % Click the New Layer button to add a new transparent layer. % ^ Repeat steps 6 to 14, selecting a different hue and shade, adding more lines that touch or overlap the original painted lines. * & & Click Sample All Layers in the Options bar ( changes to ). * Click here and select Very Wet, Heavy Mix. ( Click and drag over the lines to blend the painted strokes. ( Did You Know? More Options! Try This! You can load multiple colors You can set Photoshop’s With a Bristle brush tip selected, on a tip at one time by pressing general preferences to view the a small preview on-screen Option (Alt) as you click an HUD as a color wheel or a color shows you how the bristles area. You can change the strip. With the HUD on-screen, appear. You can minimize the settings to load the brush after you can press the spacebar and size of the preview box or turn each stroke ( ), or to clean release the keys to temporarily it off directly on the box itself. the brush after each stroke ( ) lock the HUD in place, and You can also toggle the preview with the two buttons in the move over the hue selector to box on and off using the button Options bar. change the hue. on the bottom of the Brushes panel. Chapter 9: Create Digital Artwork from Photographs 201
15. The Filter Gallery ! opens. 9 Click and drag the 9 Detail slider to the left 0 to reduce the details. 0 Click and drag the Darkness slider to the left to have just a basic outline of the main subject. ! Click OK. $● The Photocopy filter is applied to the bottom layer but not visible on screen. @ Click the top layer to select it. # # Click here and change the blend mode to Multiply. @ %$ Click Filter. % Click Sketch. ^ ^ Click Graphic Pen. & In the Filter Gallery, adjust the sliders until the subject appears with drawn lines and click OK. Note: In the Filter Gallery, you can optionally change the stroke direction to right or left diagonal depending on the direction you would normally sketch lines or to mimic the lines in the photo. Did You Know? Caution! Try This! Many of the Sketch Many filters, including By lowering the brush filters use the foreground the Sketch filters, only opacity before you start and background colors work on 8 Bit images. drawing, the lines to create the sketched Set your image to 8 Bits/ appear more like soft look. You can set the Channel before starting pencil lines. To increase foreground color to a the project by clicking the darkness for outlines sepia tone or other the Image menu, Mode, or shaded areas, paint color before applying and 8 Bits/Channel. over the same areas a the filter for a completely second or third time. different look. Chapter 9: Create Digital Artwork from Photographs 203
19. The Smart Blur filter is # applied, and the image turns black with white @ outlines. @ Click Image. # Click Adjustments.  Click Invert. The drawing appears as black lines on a white background. Note: Optionally, to make the lines darker, click Filter, Other, and then Minimum. Set the radius to 1 and click OK. Did You Know? More Options! More Options! You can also make the You can get better results You can put the black lines lines thicker and darker by by increasing the contrast on a separate layer. Click a clicking Filter and selecting in the original image. After white area using the Magic Artistic, and then Smudge the grayscale conversion, Wand tool ( ). Click Stick. When the Filter click Image, Adjustments, Select and then Similar Gallery appears, reduce the and then Levels. Move to select all white areas. stroke length to 0. both sliders slightly toward Click Select and then the center to increase the Inverse. Then press Ô+J contrast. (Ctrl+J) to copy all the lines onto a new empty layer. Chapter 9: Create Digital Artwork from Photographs 207