Create Fantasy Wallpaper in Photoshop

September 27th, 2009 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Designing, Photo Editing

   

Create a new layer and choose here a standard brush of black color (Opacity 10%) to dark out a little the ornament’s element. This layer should be situated lower than the girl’s layer.

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Represent the next element of the ornament, having the color #115E53

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The Layer Style:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Gradient’s parameters:

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The next element of the ornament is the same with the previous color of the layer – #B9310C

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Create a new layer and use a standard brush to represent several circles on the ornament’s element. The color is #EE2A1C

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Press Alt button and click between the ornament’s layers and the layer containing the circles (on the layers’ panel).

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Continue representing the ornaments with the Pen Tool (P) and the Convert Point Tool. The layer’s color is #A39829

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The Layer Style:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Gradient’s parameters:

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Create a new layer and choose a standard brush to represent several circles of green and blue colors. Change the brush’s Opacity parameter to represent circles of different opacity.

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Press Alt button and click between the circles’ layer and the ornament’s layer (on the layers’ panel)

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Represent the next ornament, having the color #C621A4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The Layer Style:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Gradient’s parameters:

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Make a copy of the last made layer and choose Free Transform option to turn over the copy around its axe, situating it under the girl’s layer.

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Make a copy of the ornament’s layer, applying on the layer the color #0B8715. Using the Free Transform option, try to turn over the copy, placing it as below.

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The Layer Style:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Gradient’s parameters:

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Next we’ll continue drawing the ornament around the girl’s image. In this case we’ll apply the same Pen Tool (P) and the Convert point Tool. The layer’s color is #D8106E

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
On the ornament’s end we’ll insert an element of the color #FF68AF, applying the same tools.

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The color of the next element is #83CB48

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
The Layer Style:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Gradient’s parameters:

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

Create magical fantasy wallpaper in Adobe Photoshop CS4

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  • Devi

    28/09/2009

    Great… U know, it’s a very nice presentation of study…

    kip moving.. u rock…

  • Amro

    28/09/2009

    Awesome tutorial.Good job and thanks a lot for sharing

  • ruby

    30/09/2009

    Good……… but very difficult with pan tool….

  • Elza

    08/10/2009

    A pattern brush (100 px, hardness 0%) in color # FF9100 and Opacity 20% in Ex PS CS4 is not even similar to what is displayed in the tutorial.
    Use Windows Ultimate, PS with 3D features enabled (updated driver) and 4 GB of Ram.
    Missing detail to achieve the same effect.

  • Mim

    08/10/2009

    OMG, I suck. I havn’t used photoshop in 4 years and now find myself scratching my head trying to find the Paint Bucket tool! omfg, where is it??

  • Adri_rory

    19/10/2009

    Very nice design ! I never used Pen Tool so much in one design, until now :)

    But I think is good for practice.

    Thank you for sharing !

  • drk

    28/10/2009

    this is making me realize how noob I am with the pen tool. it takes me so long just to get the shapes you’re making! lol.

  • stan

    05/11/2009

    Nice tut! Easy to follow and understand. I’ll do it with pleasure

  • hshwewa

    10/11/2009

    i like very much. Amazing. Unbelievable design.

  • ffelix

    30/11/2009

    i really love this thank guy for showing me the magic that i need.
    thanks, please i need more of this please send to me when u have a new design tutotial.
    thanks felix

  • ranveer

    03/01/2010

    Hey i like this website bt i like this tutorial on my mails can i subscibe this tutorials in my mail…. ??????

    my email id is itgujarat288@aol.com

  • bilawal

    22/02/2010

    ohhh i just hate pen tool…..!!
    it makes me crazy :/

  • Madhavi

    23/02/2010

    I didnt knew that photoshop could b soooo much fun…!!!! Its totally awesome software and thanx 2 u guys…..for creating such unique and amazing textures and all that stuff….!!! hats off..!! :)

  • Leo

    25/03/2010

    technicolor Fart!

  • yohanes

    25/03/2010

    pemikiran yang luar biasa. Amazing! i like it

  • silveria

    31/03/2010

    photoshp for what number is thisit’s done with CS2?

  • novartdesign

    08/04/2010

    nice tutorial, thanks a lot brader

  • Mino elgendy

    14/08/2010

    thank yo for such a gd tutorial :))

  • creative2gether

    28/08/2010

    A color is beautiful, and an effect of light seems to be good. :)

  • Mikaela

    26/03/2011

    Hey thats pretty cool! where yoou do it?

  • Shane Shaw

    24/07/2011

    Great tutorial, thanks for sharing.

  • lavanya.B.S

    06/10/2011

    wow … really i learned so much 4m tis tutorial…:)

  • zoug

    24/01/2012

    Perfect choice of stock used (e.g., the lady) which blends well with curly/floral work done with the tedious yet effective pen tool. The background is good too.

    Those who are lazy with the pen tool work, floral vectors can be an alternative. You can work with the BG using noise and cloud filters, then gaussian blur.

  • Teddy Hang Vu

    01/02/2012

    This is so nice :) thanks!

  • malluu

    24/06/2013

    wow……
    its agreat