August Tut/Tech Challenge – Andy Warhol-inspired pop art

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  • #33502

    Cassel
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    The Campus is the perfect place to learn more about photo editing, various techniques, or PSP in general.

    This challenge will give you an opportunity to practice some of those techniques or use some tools.

    This month’s Tut/Tech Challenge is to create the Andy Warhol-inspired pop art effect using PSP. Although the technique is quite simple, it might be more challenging to find the “right” photos!

    HERE is a tutorial to help you out (that is one tutorial I did for Corel).

    It will be fun to see which photos you will choose!

    #33531

    libera
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    Another fantastatic idea, thank you Carole!
    You are certainly right saying the right photo will be the challenge  :-).

     

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  libera.
    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  libera.
    #33548

    libera
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    I tried the tutorial of the  first link “Make your own pop art”. The thing I noticed I had a little problem to  position properly with the move tool.

    #33550

    libera
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    That was the first one.

    #33551

    Cassel
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    Libera, try to add guides in the middle, horizontally and vertically. That should help.

    #33552

    libera
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    Ah OK, thanks Carole, I didn’t add in the middle, only horizontally and vertically! So a new test 🙂

    #33559

    libera
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    New test, pop art obsession, LOL!

    #33560

    Cassel
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    Those could make great posters!

    #33567

    libera
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    Merci Carole!

    I went on and exercised the second link “Turn a photo into Pop Art”, this is a lot of fun.

    #33570

    libera
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    #33579

    Michele aka micfin
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    I think you’re addicted to this now, Libera, but you’re not alone. When I first did the 2nd tutorial, I couldn’t stop changing everything into Pop Art.

    ~ Michele

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    Michele aka micfin
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    Here’s one from me. I found the original pic on Unsplash a while back; I fell in love with it so I’m happy to finally use it for something. The way I lined them up was to use the object align and distribute commands. I find that to be fairly straightforward if I don’t have too many objects on my page and they’re all the same size. When it gets more complicated, I definitely have to use the snap-to guides. They’re like magic!

    ~ Michele

    #33627

    AprilDawn
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    Libera and Michele… you both have chosen great photos for this technique … well done!

    best wishes to you both,

    Dawn.

    #33634

    Annie Tobin
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    Great pop art Libera, well done!

    #33635

    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely job on the pop art Michele, cool colors!

    #33638

    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Scrapbook Campers.  Here is my play with the pop art tut tech.  Photo is from Unsplash.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #33639

    Cristina
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    Wow, Libera, Michele, and Annie, you all made great layouts with this technique! Lovely work!

    #33644

    libera
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    Yes Michele, it is not difficult to get addicted, because it is rather simple to do thanks to Carole’s good instruction and great fun. I forgot, I took my photos from Pixabay.

    I like too the choice of your colors, that makes it! It is really surprising what effects you get choosing colors you would not necessarily choose for other works.

    The same for you Annie!

    Thanks for all your comments 🙂

     

     

     

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  libera.
    #33817

    trish williams
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    Well done all, some great ideas, so here is my take on it.  Ive had this pic for years, thought Id never use it, but just kept hanging on to it, it seemed just perfect for this, although when I started changing the colours it reminded me of that jeff goldbloom film where 3 furry coloured aliens came from outer space, and landed in the beauty parlour.

    I had trouble lining it up, everytime I sized it together, they moved and the sizes changed.

    Have a nice evening x

    #33841

    Michele aka micfin
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    Annie, I love that kitty! Nice work on both your images.

    Trish, you did a great job. The colors are awesome and I like that you framed each one. You cracked me up with your reference to Earth Girls Are Easy.

    In terms of the alignment issues you had, Trish, since Carole’s tutorial was for four images, you would have to add more guides to accommodate all six of yours. It’s important that you use the same original to produce of your color pics so they are all the same size. I don’t always have luck resizing them once they’re on the same image.

    This is an alternate way to do it. Once you determine the size of your original, use Shift D to duplicate it as a new image. Then do your magic. Go back to the original and repeat Shift D and then magic. Repeat until you have all your images. Once you have all of your images done, create a new image the width and length that will work for your project. In your case, you would want to double the width and triple the length of the original pic. What I would do now is copy and past all of your images onto the new blank image. Move them to roughly the position you want. Now comes the aligning. 1) Using the Pick Tool, select the top left image and change both position X and Y to zero. That lines it up exactly to the top and left edges. 2) Now, using the Pick Tool, select the other images on the left. With all three selected choose Objects: Distribute: Space Evenly Vert. 3) With those same images selected choose Objects: Align: Left. 4) Now select the top left image and the top right image and choose Objects: Distribute: Space Evenly Horiz. 5) Then choose Objects: Align: Top. 6) Now select the top right image, then the other images on the right. Choose Objects: Distribute: Space Evenly Vert. 7) Choose Objects: Align: Right. I put together some screen shots that I hope will illustrate what I did since it sounds pretty confusing when reading the steps. Once you’ve done it a few times, you’ll be more comfortable with this method.

    Carole, I think this is my first attempt at a tutorial so please look it over and see if I made any mistakes. Thanks so much.

    ~ Michele

    EDIT: I deleted the small pic and added the pics for the individual steps. I hope they’re more visible.

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    trish williams
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    Thank you  Micfin,  I will try it again using 2019 as I seem to have a sliping problem on 2020 at the point of saving.  I did take each one from the original, which I removed from the final picture and did a selection , again from the original on all the fleshy body parts, then working from the original colour a copy and then colour a copy of the body bits.  then laying the 2 together they fitted perfectly to what ever picture I matched it to. Hope I am not confusing you, I confuse myself enough.  so I landed up with 6 copies of the original and 6 copies first copy of the of the parts , I thought they couldnt go wrong that way, but at the last minute they seemed to move and the sizes didnt match so had to juggle. will try it again your way tomorrow.  I didnt see a tutorial on it, I ,must of missed it, 4 would have been easier.  Thank you x

    #33883

    Cassel
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    Micfin, I think your tutorial is great. Unfortunately, the image is too small on my monitor to really be able to see the details, but my guess is that it is very detailed.

    Another tip (which was mentioned in the initial tutorial) is to add guides on the edges of the larger image so all the corner photos would snap into place. For a 6 image project, you would only have two to align “manually”.

    #33891

    trish williams
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    Carol is the tut the one mentioned in here at top of page,  was there supposed to be  instructions with the tut like you are saying.  I have looked at the a few time, but dont get no words or writing just 4 pictures that move t supper fast speed, I dont know if anyone else is getting that. x

    #33893

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    #33894

    Cassel
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    Yes Trish. The written tutorial is below the “gif”. Just scroll down a little and you’ll see it.

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    trish williams
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    Thank you Carol, silly of me. but thought that was it. anyway as u can see, I have redone it, I should have left the edges coloured, and the white blends in to much .

    #33928

    Michele aka micfin
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    Carole, thanks for taking a look at my tutorial. I thought the pic was a bit small, but I didn’t know if I could load the separate pics. I edited my original post to delete the small pic and add the pics for the individual steps. I hope they’re more visible.

    Trish, your second one looks perfectly aligned; it’s awesome. I think the white borders look good, too. It’s just a different style.

    ~ Michele

    #34033

    Michele aka micfin
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    Did this one for my gaming group today. I thought it worked well with the name of my group. I hope RuPaul doesn’t mind. 🙂

    ~ Michele

    #34068

    Annie Tobin
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    Wow Michele, great work on this one my friend, a real show piece! <3

    #34070

    Annie Tobin
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    Trish I really like your remake and I prefer the white borders, tends to make the colours stand out more…… of course Andy Warhol may not agree, lol!

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