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onsdag 24. november 2010

Gjøreliste

Dama på DENNE bloggen har funnet en smart måte å lage gjørelister til både store og små!

Barna fikk selv velge eget scrapbook papir og limte det på


Fant noen passende knotter hun pyntet på.
og laget ord med ting som skal gjøres med mangnet på baksiden.

and put it all together



Mom's choice er et eller annet mamma bestemmer trengs å gjøres den dagen. Feks tømmeoppvaskmaskinen, støvsuge, eller andre ting. Mamma bestemmer!

Laget også en liten lumme til tingene som ikke skal gjøres den dagen:)


Også ble de hengt opp på utsiden av barnas rom


Når de er ferdige med det de skal gjøre flytter de knottene til Ferdig (done)

onsdag 10. november 2010

Hvordan få et bilde til å se malt ut i photoshop2?

I forrige tutoral ble det forklart hvordan man kan få et bilde til å se malt ut i CS5.
Desverre har jeg ikke denne versjonen så jeg pleier å gjøre en enklere variant. Den blir ikke like bra- men den fungerer i noen sammenhenger og er veldig enkelt.

Åpne bildet du skal bruke.
Trykk: filter > Artistic > Dry Brush, and enter the settings 0, 10, 3.
(jeg varierer litt hvilke innstillinger jeg bruker etter hvordan bildet er. Bare prøv deg frem)

Så trykk Edit > Fade Dry Brush and enter 35%. (her kan du også prøve deg frem)

Etterpå pleier jeg å gå over med Blur vertøyet til jeg er fornøyd. Her er et resultat:

tirsdag 9. november 2010

Hvordan få et bilde til å se malt ut i photoshop?

Ansvarsfraskrivelse:
Tutorials under er ikke skrevet av meg. Jeg har hentet noen tutoralt fra forskjellige kilder på internett som jeg ofte bruker selv og jeg samlet noen av dem her for deg slik at også du kan prøve dette.
I tutoralen under er det brukt photoshop CS5, så denne måten kan desverre ikke gjøres i alle photoshop versjonene.

 

Slik blir bildet til slutt:

Before Photoshop CS5, transforming a photo into a realistic-looking painting was quite tricky. Now that CS5 has been released we now have some new tools to help achieve this effect a bit more realistically. In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to use Photoshop CS5’s new Mixer Brush tool to transform a photo into a masterpiece in minutes.


Step 1

Let’s get started by first opening a photo. You can download the photo we used here. Otherwise, just open any photo you would like to convert to a painting.

Step 2

Duplicate the background layer by dragging it to the "Create New Layer" icon in the layer palette or by Pressing Cmd (Ctrl) + J.

Step 3

Now, click and hold the Brush icon in the toolbar then select the Mixer Brush Tool and release.

Step 4

While selecting the Mixer Brush, right click on your image to display this menu. You can also go to Window > Brushes.

Step 5

Choose the brush as shown below.

Step 6

Click on the icon in the top left of the brush parameters toolbar or press F5 to open the Brush dialog box.

Step 7

After the dialog has opened, enter the following parameters.

Step 8

If you are using a tablet, check the "Airbrush" Option as I’ve done here.

Step 9

Choose a fairly large sized brush, I’ve chosen 177 px but you can choose a larger or smaller one if you like. Let’s focus on the tree for now. Start moving your brush in circular movements on the right side of the tree. You can see how this works in this animation. Once you’ve finished, you should have something that looks like the image below.

Step 10

Use the same technique on the left side of the tree. Feel free to adjust the size of the brush as needed to paint in some details.

Step 11

Now let’s start working on the trunk of the tree. This time, we will use another technique, which is to start from a point and drag the brush along the trunk. Be careful to pick a brush that is the same size as the trunk and then vary it to work with the details. For this step, I used two brushes as shown below.

Step 12

Your image should now look similar to below.

Step 13

Now let’s work on the fence. For this I used the same brush as in Step 11 using the same technique.

Step 14

Your image should now look similar to below.

Step 15

Now let’s work on some additional areas. Keep making circular movements with your brush until your image looks similar to below.

Step 16

We can now start on the grass. To do this, we need to change the stiffness of the brush to 98% to get a more diffused effect. Perform some more circular movements on the grass varying the brush size to give it more detail.

Step 17

Your image should now look similar to below.

Step 18

Now select the Sharpen tool and select a brush size of 400 px. Apply it to the image as shown.

Step 19

Now go to edit, then fade the Sharpen effect, to 45% as shown.

Step 20

Your image should now look similar to below.

Step 21

Now let’s apply an Artistic filter, go to filter > Artistic > Dry Brush, and enter the settings 0, 10, 3. The, go to Edit > Fade Dry Brush and enter 35%.

Step 22

Apply a surface blur, go to filter > Blur > Surface Blur, and enter the settings 3, 4. Then go to Edit > Fade Surface Blur and enter 15%.

Final Image

Take a look at the final image.