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    Cómo Crear Nubes de Lluvia - Tutorial de Adobe


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    default Cómo Crear Nubes de Lluvia - Tutorial de Adobe

    Mensaje por ockre el Sáb Dic 27, 2008 12:49 am

    Via | youthedesigner.com

    Ok, in this tutorial I am going to help you create clouds with rain
    ( you can choose to add the rain ) in Photoshop. I am using Photoshop
    CS2 for this tutorial, but if you are using any other version I’m sure
    it’ll work just the same! This tutorial is pretty basic, yet highly

    Tutorial by Adam Woodhouse: www.adamwoodhouse.co.uk

    Step 1 - New Document
    Ok lets get started! First of all we need to create a new Photoshop
    document, so “File > New” from the menu bar, and I’m going to be
    using a canvas of 640 pixels wide by 300 pixels high. You can choose a
    different height but it’s probably easier to work out small first to
    you can get the detail right.

    Step 1 - Making the selection
    Ok, so now we have a new canvas set up, we are going to make the
    basic shape of our cloud. First of all we need to create a new layer,
    so from the top menu click ” Layer > New > Layer” and I am going
    to rename this layer ” Clouds “.

    Next we are going to select the “Lasso Tool” from the toolbar,which looks like this :
    When you select the Lasso tool, you will notice that at the top of the
    screen, your options have changed specifically for this tool. We need
    to have a feathered selection instead of a hard one, I’m going to
    increase the Feather to 60px. This allows the clouds to spread out more
    without having such a hard edge.

    Now we are going to simply create a cloud shaped selection using the Lasso tool on our canvas. Here is the shape I made :

    Step 3 - Making the clouds
    As you have created your new layer, and you have an active selection
    on the screen, hit “D” on your keyboard to reset the color palette to a
    black foreground color and a white background. This will ensure that we
    won’t have strange colored clouds, unless you want to of course! The
    from the menu, go to “Filter > Render > Clouds”, and you should
    end up with something like this :

    Now we want to duplicate this layer, so from the menu, ” Layer >
    Duplicate Layer” and rename this layer ” Clouds Overlay”. We want to
    change the blending mode to ” Hard Light “, so if you navigate to the
    layers panel and click on the duplicated Clouds layer, there will be an
    option at the top of the panel selected on Normal. Click this and
    change to ” Hard Light”. You should end up with something like this :

    Step 4 - Adding the gradient
    As you can see, our cloud is looking at bit weird with the
    surrounding white. So we are going to quickly add a blue gradient to
    the background layer, so you need to click ” Background ” on the layers
    panel, then from the tools bar, then click the gradient button (
    Labeled 1 below ). Ensure you have a decent foreground and background
    color palette ( Label 2 ) - I’ve used two blues for a sky type
    background. Then, click and drag your cursor to make a straight
    gradient, ( Labeled 3 ).

    And you should end up with something similar to this :

    Step 5 - Creating the rain
    Ok this is really simple, all we are going to do is make a new
    brush. So we are going to make a new document ( File > New ) but
    don’t close the clouds file we have been working on. I suggest using
    the same size you did before for the clouds file.
    We are going to select a soft round small brush from the brushes
    menu ( to get to the brushes palette, click the brush tool or hit “B”
    on the keyboard and from the tool menu click the arrow next to the
    selected brush, this is illustrated below ).

    Let’s reset out color palette to black and white, so hit ” D” on
    your keyboard. And all we want to do now is create a new layer and
    click once in the center of our canvas to create a little black dot. (
    Labeled 1 below ). Then we want to duplicate this layer ( Layer >
    Duplicate Layer ).
    We now have two layers containing the dot, select the lower layer
    from the layers panel, then from the top menu click ‘ Filter > Blur
    > Motion Blur ‘ change the angle to 90 degrees and the distance will
    define how long your raindrop will be ( I’ve chosen 19 for this example
    - refer to label 2 below ).
    We now want to select the Move Tool, ( The highest icon on the
    toolbar, or tap ‘V’ on your keyboard ), and just move our blurred rain
    above the rain dot, labeled in step 3.

    Step 6 - Creating a dynamic brush for the rain
    Now we have our single drop of rain, select it using the
    ‘Rectangular Marquee Tool” Hit ‘M’ on your keyboard, and just click
    down on the canvas and drag to select an area around your drop. We now
    need to make this into a brush, so click from the menu bar ” Edit >
    Define Brush Preset” A diag box will pop up, just hit ok.

    Now select this newly created brush from the brushes palette ( Check
    back to step 5 if you can’t remember how ), and your new brush will be
    the last brush on the list.

    When you have selected your brush, you need to open the brushes
    panel, so from the top menu, ” Window > Brushes “. When this is
    opened, I am going to change the parameters for the rain brush, i’m
    going to click ” Scattering ” option, and change the scattering to

    Step 7 - Adding the rain
    We need to open back up the clouds file, and create a new layer (
    Layer > New Layer ) and our rain brush is already selected, so
    change the foreground color to white in the tools panel. All we need to
    do now is paint on the rain below our clouds! If you like we can erase
    the top section of the rain using the erase tool ( Hit ‘E’ on the
    keyboard ) to create a smooth flow!
    Here is my finished product!


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