Graffiti as a form of art in its modern form first appeared at the beginning of 20th century, but its origins go back long ago when the first men expressed their artistic talents on cave walls.
Either graffiti is a work of art or mere vandalism, this question has no definite answer. Some graffiti have an artistic value and an idea behind them; others are a waste of paint and unsightly damage to state and private property.
In this tutorial we will show you how to make graffiti on any wall without running the risk of being fined.
The image below has been taken from the internet. We do not know the author personally, but we hope he will not mind.
We used AKVIS Chameleon plugin in Adobe Photoshop, but you can use any other photo editor compatible with the Chameleon plugin.
In Adobe Photoshop you can use Magic Eraser Tool . Select it from the Toolbar and left click on the background around the chicken and between the wings and feathers. The background will be removed.
Now select the fragment. For quick selection click on the layer icon in the Layers palette keeping the Ctrl-key (⌘ on Mac) pressed.
Select the command Filter –> AKVIS –> Chameleon – Grab Fragment in the main menu. You’ll see a message that the selected object has been saved into the clipboard.
Now it looks more realistic.
Apply the result. Click on to apply the effect and close the plug-in window. The result will be shown in the workspace of your photo editor.
Here is the final result:
P. S.: No wall has been damaged as a result of this experiment!