Tuesday, April 16, 2013
This is a photo-shopped picutre of a frog extending from a tounge out of the mouth. As you can see the frog is the same color as the tounge. I did this by using the clone stamp tool on photo-shop. You may also notice that the back legs are missing from the frog. I used the eraser tool, put the opacity down so that the legs slowly disappered, and blended into the lips, face, and mouth. To get the shape and angle I wanted I used the transform tool to move it around to go with the curl of the tounge. To finish it up I used the layer drop shadow and played around to make it look realistic. This has been a very fun expierence and I love photo-shop! I have learned so much!
Monday, April 15, 2013
This is my photo-shopped angry pancake! From this experience I learned very much about photo-shop and how to use it. What I did to create this end product is that I took a picture of pancakes, and a picture of a fish and combined them. I used the liquify and bloat tool first to open up a space in the pancakes to put the mouth. After that I used the polygonal lasso tool to cut the picture of the fish so that only the mouth was left. I played with the hue/saturation tool to find a color to match better with the pancakes. I also used the scale tool to make the mouth image fit into the hole I created for the mouth. Once I finished that I played around with the eraser tool to clean up the edges of the mouth and blend them with the pancakes. This expirence was very cool and I enjoyed it very much. The information I have learned was very helpful.