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    PostSubject: “Piece of the Artic” Pie Chart Photo Manipulation    Sat 29 Jan - 4:14

    I saw some beautiful 3D
    illustration of Madagascar
    that inspired me to create this
    illustration. In this tutorial, I’ll share my experience in recreating
    this illustration. This tutorial will utilize Photoshop 3D features,
    layer masking, and a lot of selections.

    Preview of Final Results


    Resources


    Step 1

    Create a new layer (Ctrl+N) with 1600x1200px wide and
    resolution is set to 150dpi. Create a new layer, fill it with solid 50%
    gray color.

    Step 2

    Create a 3D shape by
    accessing menu 3D > New Shape From Layer > Cylinder. Use one of
    the 3D Object tool to reduce the cylinder's height as seen below.

    Step 3

    Increase the
    cylinder size by dragging up the middle square in the 3D Axis, see image
    below.

    Step 4

    Still using the 3D
    Object Rotation tool, adjust the perspective like shown below. Show the
    3D panel by going to Window > 3D menu. Inside the 3d panel, click
    scene button to see option about material and render settings. Click the
    Edit button to show the 3D Render Settings dialog, we need to see some
    wire frames for guidelines, so check the second option (wire frame box
    icon), then adjust Crease Threshold value to 0. Click OK to apply
    changes.

    Step 5

    Convert 3d object
    layer into a raster layer, then create a new layer above it. Using solid
    round brush, draw a guideline to mark the area we're going to cut.

    Step 6

    Create a light blue
    (RGB: #6dcff6) ellipse using ellipse tool, make sure you create it below
    the guideline layer. Using Edit > Free Transform Path command to
    adjust ellipse's width and height. Don't forget to hit Enter when you're
    done transforming.

    Step 7

    Create a new ellipse
    shape below the first one, notice that I rename the layers for easier
    recognition. Use free transform command to adjust ellipse's width &
    height, following the 3d model as guidance. This process will be easier
    if we can look the 3d model, so reducing the layer's opacity surely will
    help us. As for the bottom edge part, use warp command to bend it. Hit
    Enter when you're done.

    Step 8

    Still in the layer
    bottom, select Pen tool from tool bar. Activate subtract from shape area
    option, then follow the guidelines to create a triangle-like shape.
    Because we're using subtract from selection mode, the triangle will
    'cut' the ellipse as seen below.

    Step 9

    Click layer top
    thumbnail, then repeat the same step as before to cut the ellipse using
    Pen tool.

    Step 10

    We don't need the
    3d model layer anymore, so you can hide or delete it now. Still using
    Pen tool, create the left, inside & right shape (I assume you
    already know how to use Pen tool). For easier recognition, I suggest
    using different blue color tone for each shape. Make sure the layers
    order from top to bottom are like this: layer top, right, inside, left,
    bottom (see image below for more details).

    Step 11

    Now you've done
    creating the 3D pie, hide or delete the guideline layer since we no
    longer need it. The next step is adding texture, but first you have to
    decide where to put the light source. You don't have to draw a polygonal
    shape to do this step, just visualize in your mind that the light
    source is from the top right corner (as seen below). Knowing the light
    source will make your work easier, because you know where to draw
    shadows and highlights globally.

    Step 12

    Open the water image (File > Open).
    Press Ctrl+A to select all parts of the image, then press Ctrl+C to
    copy it to clipboard. Get back to 3D pie image and press Ctrl+V to paste
    the water image. Make sure you place it above the TOP layer and name it
    wave.


    Step 13

    Still on the wave's layer, reduce its size by
    pressing Ctrl+T (hold the Shift key while dragging the corner control
    point, this will keep the aspect ratio of the image so it didn't look
    squeezed or stretched). Hit Enter when you're done transforming. And
    since we're agreed the light source is come from the upper right corner,
    we need to flip the wave by using Edit > Transform > Flip
    Horizontal menu. That's look better!

    Step 14

    We need the wave
    image as a texture for the top shape layer. In order to do that, simply
    press Ctrl+Alt+G and voila, you've got the clipping mask layer.

    Step 15

    Duplicate the wave
    layer, then drag it down between left and bottom layer. Create a
    rectangle-like selection using the Rectangular Marquee tool.

    Step 16

    Invert the
    selection by pressing Ctrl+Shift+I then press Delete, this step will
    erase the selected areas. Now deselect by pressing Ctrl+D. To make sure
    there is no part of the wave image outside canvas, press Ctrl+A to
    select all part of the canvas, then go to Image > Crop.

    Step 17

    Still in the same
    layer, go to Edit > Transform > Warp then warp the image following
    the 3D model side curve. See image below for more details.

    Step 18

    Duplicate the wave
    copy layer, then place each image on top of left and right layer. After
    that, make each one of them ( wave copy layer ) as a layer clipping
    mask. Result of this steps can be seen in the image below.

    Step 19

    Select the wave
    copy 2 layer (the one on top of right shape layer) then change the blend
    mode to Multiply. Make it blur by going to Filter > Blur >
    Gaussian Blur menu, adjust Radius value to 5px then click OK.

    Step 20

    Repeat previous
    step for the other wave image placed on top of left shape layer. To
    apply the same Gaussian Blur filter, simply press Ctrl+F. When you're
    done, select the left shape layer's and reduce the opacity to 70%. This
    will make the left shape become transparent.

    Step 21

    Go back to right
    shape layer's, we need to tweak this layer so it look transparent as the
    left shape. Reducing the layer opacity will simply work, but I didn't
    want the entire right shape became transparent. So I decide to add a
    layer mask, then use a black-soft round-Brush tool with low opacity
    (around 10-20%) to mask some areas so the transparency is applied only
    on certain parts (i assume you already knew how to do masking with brush
    tool).

    Step 22

    Copy-paste the water texture image once
    again, don't forget to decrease its size. Make sure you place this new
    water texture layer on top of inside's shape layer, then create a
    selection using Rectangular marquee tool. Now Inverse (press
    Shift+Ctrl+I) the selection, delete the selected area then deselect (
    press Ctrl+D ).Still in the same layer, make it as clipping mask
    (press Ctrl+Alt+G) and then go to Edit > Transform > Distort.
    Distort the water texture until it the perspective's feel right. Press
    Enter when you're done.

    Step 23

    Same as previous
    step, change layer blend mode to Multiply then apply Gaussian Blur
    filter. Later on, reduce the "inside" shape layer opacity to 70%.

    Step 24

    Open and copy-paste
    the sand texture image
    into our working document. Place it on top of 'bottom' shape layer then
    decrease its size using the free transform command.

    Step 25

    Transform the sand
    texture using Edit > Transform > Distort command, making the
    perspective view like shown below. Don't forget to press Enter when
    you're done transforming.

    Step 26

    Next, make this
    layer as a clipping mask layer by pressing Alt+Ctrl+G then change the
    blend mode to Linear Light. This step also finish the 'adding
    texture-part' of this tutorial.


    Step 27

    Create a new clipping mask layer between sand texture
    and 'bottom' layer, change the blend mode to Overlay then draw shadows
    using soft round Brush with low opacity. When using Brush tool, remember
    the light source we mention at the beginning as your reference where to
    put shadows.

    Step 28

    Repeat creating
    shadows for each shape layers. But don't change the blending mode, leave
    it normal instead. See image below if you need guidance.

    Step 29

    Get back to sand
    texture layer, we need to sharpen it a bit by using Filter > Sharpen
    > Unsharp Mask menu. Inside the Unsharp Mask dialog, adjust Amount
    and Radius value as seen below. Click OK to apply the filter.

    Step 30

    I think we need to
    sharpen the top most wave layer to make it more convincing as real sea
    wave. Select the wave layer and repeat the Unsharp Mask filter, by
    simply pressing Ctrl+F. We need to tweak the wave color balance since I
    think more darker blue is better. To do that, we're using Hue/Saturation
    ( press Ctrl+U ) and Levels ( press Ctrl+L ) command.

    Step 31

    Select layer shape
    'bottom', add a layer mask in this layer. Then using soft round Brush
    tool with low opacity, mask the shape's edge ( the upper-right parts ).
    As you can see, the result does imitate 'depth of field' when you look
    something underwater.

    Step 32

    To keep organize,
    put related layers inside a group/folder. This will bring out four
    different group which is named 'top', 'inside', 'left' and 'bottom'. If
    you using Photoshop CS3 or the later version, you can do this step
    easily by Ctrl+Clicking related layers then press Ctrl+G.

    Step 33

    Open the cruise image. Grab Pen tool
    from tool bar, then start creating selection path to isolate the cruise.

    Step 34

    Go to Window >
    Paths or simply click the Paths tab to show the Paths panel. Now click
    the Load Path as Selection button to convert those paths into a
    selection marquee. Copy-paste the selected cruise into our working
    document.

    Step 35

    Using free
    transform command, reduce the cruise's size. Make sure you place this
    cruise layer on top of layer group 'top'.

    Step 36

    Go to Image >
    Adjustment > Color Balance or simply hit Ctrl+B to bring the Color
    Balance dialog. Adjust Color Levels value until the cruise color become
    more bluish, this will imitate the ambient color from the water texture,
    making the cruise color blend with the environment. Click OK to apply
    color balance command.Water reflect things, right? so we'll need
    to create one for the ship, adding realism. First, you need to duplicate
    the cruise layer (Ctrl+J). Then drag down the cruise copy layer below
    the original one.

    Step 37

    Go to Edit >
    Transform > Flip Vertical to flip the 'cruise copy' image. Do some
    distortion here by using the Edit > Transform > Distort menu, hit
    Enter when your done. Now add a layer mask in this layer because we'll
    going to hide half of the 'cruise copy' image using layer mask.

    Step 38

    Grab the Gradient
    tool, and draw linear gradient vertically from white to black (make sure
    the layer mask is active when you did this). There you go, looks like a
    reflection isn't? but we're not finished yet, some shadows is needed
    for adding realism and depth.


    Step 39

    Still in the same layer, add Color Overlay layer
    style. Choose a dark blue color, and reduce the opacity to get the
    semi-transparent color effect.

    Step 40

    We need some minor
    tweak for the ship's reflection. Click back the layer mask of 'cruise
    copy' layer. Use soft round Brush tool to mask shadow's front and back
    edge (marked with red circle in the image below). That's better!

    Step 41

    Open the first iceberg stock image.
    Since the color between iceberg and ocean are contrast enough, you can
    easily create a selection using Magnetic Lasso tool. Copy-paste the
    selected iceberg into our working document.

    Step 42

    Decrease iceberg
    size using free transform command. Make sure you put iceberg layer on
    top of cruise layer group (I've been grouping those layer before doing
    this step), name it 'iceberg01' since we're gonna add second iceberg
    later.

    Step 43

    This iceberg need
    reflection, so first thing is to duplicate iceberg01 layer then drag
    down the iceberg01 copy layer below it. Then go to Edit > Transform
    > Flip Vertical to flip the 'iceberg01 copy' vertically. Use Move
    tool to drag down iceberg01 copy image, you'll see it's rather difficult
    to create reflection if the image has this kind of perspective.

    Step 44

    Lets begin with the
    left part of iceberg reflection, create a simple selection using Lasso
    tool. Press Ctrl+J to copy selected areas into a new layer, then use
    free transform command to rotate it clockwise. Try matching the upper
    edge part with the original iceberg above it, press Enter when done.

    Step 45

    Go back to
    'iceberg01 copy' layer and rotate it counter clockwise, it will not
    perfect but try to align the upper edge with the original iceberg above
    it. And yes, you probably want to stretch it a bit like I did ( shown in
    the image below )

    Step 46

    Erase the excessive
    iceberg reflection using Eraser tool, see image below for guidance when
    erasing.

    Step 47

    To make the
    reflection color becomes darker, add Color Overlay layer style for each
    iceberg copy. Pick a dark blue color with low opacity.

    Step 48

    A reflection
    usually faded, right? so, add layer mask for each 'iceberg copy' layer
    and then mask it using linear Gradient tool until you get this result (
    see image below ).

    Step 49

    Notice the
    excessive part from the 'iceberg copy' layer, we didn't want that
    annoying part. Click the thumbnail of layer 'iceberg copy', and then
    erase the annoying part using Eraser tool. See image below for guidance
    when erasing.

    Step 50

    Create a new layer
    between iceberg01 layer and its reflection layer. Then load a selection
    by Ctrl+Clicking the thumbnail of iceberg01 layer. Press Shift+F5 to
    bring the Fill dialog box, select black and reduce Opacity to40%. Click
    OK to fill the selection with low opacity black.

    Step 51

    Press Ctrl+D to
    deselect. Then go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian blur menu, adjust
    Radius value: 5px. Click OK to apply Gaussian Blur filter, now you got
    shadows surrounding the iceberg. We didn't need shadows on the upper
    part of the iceberg, so just delete it using Eraser tool.

    Step 52

    Create another new
    layer on top the previous layer, change the blend mode to Soft Light.
    Ctrl+Click on the iceberg01 layer thumbnail to load selection, then Fill
    it with 100% black. Using move tool, drag the new iceberg shadow to
    left like shown in the image below.


    Step 53

    Still in the same layer, add a layer mask into it.
    Mask certain parts using Brush tool to hide unwanted shadow areas. See
    image below for guidance.

    Step 54

    Open whale image, create selection
    of the whale using any selection tool you like ( I'm using Magnetic
    Lasso tool ). As usual, copy-paste the selected whale into our working
    document. Place it between layer group 'cruise' and 'iceberg01', lets
    call this layer 'whale'.

    Step 55

    Adjust whale size
    using free transform command, and then go to Edit > Transform >
    Flip Horizontal to flip it.Create a new layer, name it 'splash' because
    we're gonna draw some water splash in this layer. Grab Brush tool from
    the toolbar, pick a spatter brush and lower the opacity to 50%. Choose
    white as brush color then click several times ( don't click and drag,
    the result will be different ) in certain areas where water splash
    should appear, use your imagination.

    Step 56

    Open the second whale image. Select the
    whale silhouette (I'm using magic wand tool to select it), then
    copy-paste selected image into our working document.

    Step 57

    Place whale
    silhouette layer below whale layer, rename its layer to 'shadows'. Flip
    whale silhouette horizontally then resize until it fits the whale body.
    Erase unwanted shadows parts using hard round Eraser tool, see below
    image for guidance.

    Step 58

    Now we need to fake
    the 'deep underwater' blurry effect, using Blur tool with 50% strength
    (see below image for guidance). Add layer mask, then using the soft
    round Brush tool with 25% opacity, mask whale's shadow to create the
    semi-transparent look.

    Step 59

    Add a new layer
    between whale and shadow layer, we're gonna add more shadows in this
    layer. Ctrl+Click on the layer whale thumbnail to load a selection, then
    go to Edit > Fill menu. Inside the Fill dialog, choose 100% Black
    and then click OK to fill the selection. You won't see the result since
    it covered by the whale layer.

    Step 60

    Rotate whale's
    shadow to left, erase unwanted parts using hard round Eraser tool with
    100% Opacity.

    Step 61

    Change the blend
    mode to Soft Light and reduce the Opacity to 75%. As usual, keep
    organize by grouping the whale-related layers into one folder.

    Step 62

    Open shark image, create selection
    for the shark ( I'm using Pen tool to do it ). As usual, copy-paste the
    selected shark into our working document.

    Step 63

    Place shark layer
    between 'inside' and 'left' group. Change the blend mode to Luminosity
    and adjust shark size and position like shown in the below image.

    Step 64

    Go to Image >
    Adjustment > Shadows/Hightlights menu, adjust shadows amount to 50%
    then click OK to apply. Shark image will be much brighter then before.

    Step 65

    Create a new layer
    below shark layer, we call it 'shadows' because shark's shadow will be
    drawn here. Load shark selection by Ctrl+Clicking the shark layer
    thumbnail. Press Shift+F5 to bring up the Fill dialog and choose50% gray
    to fill the selection.


    Step 66

    Change blend mode to Multiply and reduce Opacity to
    75%. Use Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur with radius: 5pxto blur the
    shadows. After that, use Edit > Transform > Distort command to
    adjust shadow size and distortion.

    Step 67

    Go back to shark
    layer, blur certain parts of the shark using Blur tool with 50%
    strength, faking the depth of field effect.

    Step 68

    Still in the same
    layer, press Ctrl+Shift+U to desaturate shark's color. We also need to
    fake the lens distortion effect, first thing to do is create a selection
    in the tail area using Rectangular Marquee tool. Second, activate the
    Move tool and then nudge the selected area by pressing the Up Arrow
    several times. Deselect by pressing Ctrl+D.

    Step 69

    Open the second iceberg stock. As
    usual, create a selection around the iceberg (Magnetic Lasso tool is
    quite good enough). Copy-paste the selected iceberg into our working
    document.

    Step 70

    Place the second
    iceberg layer below iceberg01 folder. Using free transform command,
    adjust its size like shown in the below image. Press Enter when you're
    done.

    Step 71

    Press Ctrl+J to
    duplicate the current layer. Get back to iceberg2 layer to change its
    blend mode to Luminosity.

    Step 72

    Hide layer
    'iceberg2 copy', then add layer mask for iceberg2 layer. Hide the upper
    part of iceberg2 using black soft round Brush tool with 100% opacity,
    the result can be seen in the below image.

    Step 73

    Show the 'iceberg2
    copy' layer again then add a layer mask in that layer.This time, use
    black soft round Brush tool to mask (hide) the lower part of iceberg2
    image. As you can see now, the iceberg2 lower part seems submerged under
    water.

    Step 74

    Click on the
    iceberg2 layer thumbnail (this is to make sure you're the one we're
    editing now is the layer's content, not the layer mask). Use soft round
    Blur tool with 50% Strength to blur some parts of the iceberg2, see
    image below for guidance.

    Step 75

    Create a new layer,
    name it 'splash' because we're gonna add water splash there. Use white
    spatter brush with50% opacity to draw some water splash. Click several
    times until you satisfied with the result (don't click and drag, because
    the result will be different). If you unhappy with the water splash
    result, delete unwanted parts or just transform it like I did.

    Step 76

    Create a new layer
    below iceberg2 layer, we call this layer 'shadows'. Draw a selection
    using Lasso tool (just a simple silhouette of the iceberg2, no need to
    imitate the iceberg2 shape precisely). Fill the selection with 100%
    Black.

    Step 77

    Go to Filter >
    Blur > Gaussian blur menu to blur the shadows around 25px radius.
    Click OK to apply blur filter.

    Step 78

    Add layer mask for
    the current shadows layer. Mask the shadows using soft round Brush tool
    with 15% opacity, see image below for guidance. This also ends the
    'adding iceberg' part in this tutorial.

    Step 79

    With the same
    technique when you submerge half of iceberg2, add another submerge
    object. For example, I'm sinking the cruise (you can use anything, be
    creative!). Don't forget to group related layers, keep organized!


    Step 80

    On the top most of layer groups, add Vibrance layer
    adjustment (just go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Vibrance).
    Click OK, then increase the value until we get more vibrance blue/teal
    color for the entire image ( in my experiment, the value for vibrance is
    +49 while saturation value is +17 ).

    Step 81

    Add another layer
    adjustment, which is Color Balance (found in Layer > New Layer
    Adjustment > Color Balance). Adjust Color balance value until the
    illustration become a bit greenish (in my experiment, the value for
    midtones color balance is: -8, +15, +1)

    Step 82

    Hide background
    layer and all other layer group except the top, inside, left, bottom and
    two adjustment layer on top (see below image to be certain). Select the
    top most layer (color balance layer) and then press Shift+Ctrl+Alt+E to
    merge all visible image into a new layer.

    Step 83

    Unhide layers we've
    been hide in the previous step, then drag layer 11 ( the merged layer )
    below layer group 'bottom'. Load a selection by Ctrl+Clicking this
    layer thumbnail, and then save the selection via Select > Save
    selection menu. You can give any name for the selection (in this
    example, I name it alpha-1), click OK to save it.

    Step 84

    Still in the same
    layer, go to Edit > Transform > Distort and try to align the
    merged layer so it look like a reflection. Use the Layer > Layer Mask
    > Hide All, which is will add layer mask filled with black,
    completely hiding layer 11 content's.

    Step 85

    Now grab the soft
    round Brush tool with low opacity ( 25% ), make sure you choose white
    for brush color. Slowly using brush tool in the below part to create
    reflections. See image below for guidance.

    Step 86

    Make sure we're
    still in the layer mask, then go to Select > Load Selection menu.
    Inside the load selection dialog, choose alpha-1 channel and then click
    OK to load the selection. Fill this selection with 100% black.Don't
    deselect, yet!.

    Step 87

    Add a new layer on
    top of current layer, name it 'shadows' since here we gonna add shadows
    for the ocean-pie piece. Fill the selection with 100% black, then
    deselect it by pressing Ctrl+D.

    Step 88

    We need to see a
    bit of the shadows, so nudge it down using the Move tool as seen in the
    below image. Use Gaussian Blur filter with 10px radius to blur the
    shadows.

    Step 89

    We just need
    shadows for the downside part, so we'll need to erase unwanted shadows
    using Eraser tool like shown in the below image. And that's it, we are
    done!

    Final Results



    Download the PSD

    Piece
    of Artic.zip
    | 14 MB
    Thanks for following this tutorial! I hope you learn something new here,
    and the techniques can be applied for alternate uses, which is to find
    out by yourself. If you curious about me or like to see my other design
    works, visit my deviantart
    page
    . See you on another tutorial!
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