Having had no real time on my computer the past week. This is a bit of a rushed job to get it done by submission deadline.
This is my entery into the Beginners category for
Light/Shadows And Depth Activity!GROUP NEWS At
We are going to have an activity for the first two weeks of this month. It's called "Light /Shadows And Depth".
This short activity will help you with two things:
Placing objects, people, and other stock all going in the same direction with the main light source.
Practice getting the since of Space and Depth into your photomanipulations.
How you handle light and shadow, and create depth, helps your photomanipulatieons look more realistic.
This Activity Is Really Meant For Beginning And Intertermediate Skilled Members, But Truthfully, In Our Last Contest, I Saw Advance Members Making These Errors. So, Read Over What's Below And See If You Could Use Some Pointers.
I hope many of you decide to join me on this activity.
Everyone who participates will receive 25 points and some exclusive stock.
WHAT WE'RE DOING
Thank you to all the stock artists, for your kind and amazing work that allows us to create our scenes.
Stock used in this scene :-
Refer to this walk through and see if it explains how to get the illusion of space and depth better:
About: Creating The Illusion Of Space And DepthNEWS
This is one of our "About" Lessons; a series of journals about Photomanipulation, about Art, and about being an Artist. These journals exist to help you, the Photomanipulator, be a better artist. After all, we are artist who use Photomanipulation as our media, but to create great art, we must know what we're doing. Also, I want our group members to be educated in using the appropriate language.
This "About" Lesson is my third revamp version on the all important art technique, How to Create the Illusion of 3D Dept on a 2D surface.
Space exist in the real three-dimensional world. It is the space between and around objects.
Depth is the quality of being deep; deepness.
There may only be a distance of a few inches of space between and around one object to another, (for example, from the front of my monitor to the back of my office wall) or many miles (such as looking across
Also, check the lighting on the stock becuase you have light comeing from various directions.
Otherwise, great attempt!