Casandra's Portrait: Portrait Painting in Oils
 

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チュートリアル: AKVIS ArtWork

Casandra's portrait

 

あいにく, このページは英語にだけ使用可能です。
You can get a free license for AKVIS software by translating our texts (3-4) from English to Japanese. If you are interested, please contact us at team@akvis.com.
 

The author of the tutorial is Gordon Sisson.

 

In this tutorial Gordon Sisson tells, how to make something special from an ordinary photograph using AKVIS ArtWork.

    Original photo

    Result

One friend gave him a 2.5 x 3.5 inch snapshot of her daughter, Casandra. When AKVIS ArtWork was released, Mr. Sisson immediately had the desire to try creating a painting. The picture was well-focused, and after its resizing to the required size (8.5 x 11.0 inch) he desided to make an oil painting from the photograph. He wrote:

"One of the most distinguishing characteristics of a painting is brush strokes. Experimenting with ArtWork, I realized that strong brush strokes for the background were too intense for attractive skin tones. In Photoshop it is fairly easy to have lovely painted skin tones along with strong brush strokes in the rest of the picture. Here's how."

  • Step 1. Open the resized photo in Adobe Photoshop and call up AKVIS ArtWork plugin from the Filter menu: Filter -> AKVIS -> ArtWork.
    Original photo of the girl
    Original photo
  • Step 2. Adjust the sliders on the Painting tab to create distinct brush strokes. Click on to process the image using these settings and to apply the result.
    Adjust the settings
    The ArtWork panel showing the settings and the result

  • Step 3. Select menu item File -> Save As and name this file as background.jpg.

    The enlargement shows that the brush strokes are too strong for skin tones:

    Strong brush strokes
    Strong brush strokes (in the style of Van Gogh)
  • Step 4. Now it is time to create a good painting of the skin tones. Open another copy of the photograph and call up AKVIS ArtWork. The picture below shows the ArtWork panel with the settings and result creating a level of painting more suitable for skin tones.
    Another settings for portrait
    The settings and result in creating painted skin tones
  • Step 5. Process the image by , apply the result and save this file as skin-tones.jpg.

    The enlargement shows less intense brush strokes more suitable for skin tones:

    Less intense brush strokes
    Less intense brush strokes
  • Step 6. We have created two files — one is background.jpg and the other is skin-tones.jpg.

    Now we will combine the two files so that the skin tones can be applied to the background painting.

    - Click on the backgroung photo and press Ctrl+A (on Windows), +A (on Macintosh) or use menu item Select -> All to select the entire image.

    - Press Ctrl+C (on Windows), +C (on Macintosh) or use command Edit -> Copy to copy it.

    - Then click on the skin-tones image and press Ctrl+V (on Windows), +V (on Macintosh) or select the command Edit -> Paste to paste the other photo into it. Both photos are now in the same file which has two layers in it. All you see on the desktop is the background photo.

  • Step 7. Click once on the top layer to make sure it is selected, and click on the Add Layer Mask icon at the bottom of the Layers panel to add a layer mask to it.
    Layers
    Layers palette
  • Step 8. Now, use a black brush to blend the two photos together:

    - Select the Brush tool (hot-key B), click on the brush thumbnail in the Options bar to get the Brush Picker, and choose a medium size, soft-edged brush.

    - Press D to set background/foreground colors to default - the default foreground color is black, and the default background color is white (in alpha-channel, the default foreground is white, and the background is black).

    - Then press X to set the foreground color to black and start painting with black brush on the face and skin to reveal the skin-tones photo from the layer below.

      Tips:

      To refine the edges a bit, you can choose a smaller brush and zoom in on more detailed areas, if you wish.

      Use the Left Bracket [ key to quickly make the brush smaller.

      If you paint too far and start to reveal areas not wanted from the layer below, switch the foreground color to white and paint back any parts of the photo on the top layer.

      Press the X key to swap your foreground and background colors.

  • Step 9. Here is the final painting created from a small snapshot using AKVIS ArtWork. The transformation to a painting is very striking when printed. All the subtle changes do not show clearly on screen.
    Result
    Casandra's oil portrait
    (click on the image to see a larger copy)

 

 
操作方法 操作方法
   — ワークスペース — ワークスペース
   — 操作方法  — 操作方法
   — キャンバス — キャンバス
   — フレーム — フレーム
   — テキスト — テキスト
   — ArtWorkプリセット — ArtWorkプリセット
   — 環境設定 — 環境設定
   — バッチ処理 — バッチ処理
技法 技法
   — 油絵 — 油絵
   — 水彩 — 水彩
   — グアッシュ — グアッシュ
   — コミック — コミック
   — ペン & インク — ペン & インク
   — リノカット (リノリウム版画) — リノカット (リノリウム版画)
   — パステル — パステル
操作例 操作例
   — ハーモニー: 油絵 — ハーモニー: 油絵
   — 運河の風景 風景の油絵 — 運河の風景 風景の油絵
   — アニメーション化された猫のコマ漫画 — アニメーション化された猫のコマ漫画
   — 赤い牛 — 赤い牛
   — ArtWorkギャラリー — ArtWorkギャラリー
   — 神話に登場する馬 — 神話に登場する馬
   — ガルダ湖の夕焼けをパステル調に — ガルダ湖の夕焼けをパステル調に
   — 処理途中の画像を処理結果として作成 — 処理途中の画像を処理結果として作成

 

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