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Fanciful Film

Download the following pictures or use your own.

1. Open a new image that is 400 wide by 500 high, RGB, 72 ppi, trans[arent.

2. Create the film. Create a new layer. Draw a rectangular marquee that is a fixed size of  225 wide by 500 high. Use the paint bucket to fill with a dark grey, recommended hex #333333.
3. Select the eraser tool. Set the brush size to hard 19, with a spacing of 160%, hardness 100%.

4. Click in the upper right hand corner of the rectangle.  Hold your shift key down and click just below the film's lower right hand corner. Release the shift key and click in the upper left hand corner of the film. Hold the shift key down and click below the film just below the lower left hand corner.

5. Open the three files you downloaded. Set your marquee size to set size 175 wide by 150 high. Use the move tool to grab the selection and drag it to your canvas. Repeat on the next 2 files. Organize the new images on your canvas so that they are equidistant apart and from the edges of the film, centered on the film. (If you desire to have your images appear as negatives, now if hte time you would select each image layer and click image=>adjust=>invert.)
6. Turn your background layer 1 off and merge visible so that the images are now on your film.

Click Filter=>distort=>shear. Set the shear at a shallow s, starting midway top, and ending midway bottom.

7. Click on the channels pallete. Click the button on the bottom to create a new channel, alpha 1. Select the gradient tool, setting the gradient options to the transparent rainbow. Draw the gradient starting at the bottom of hte canvas to the top, jholding down the shift key to get a straight gradient.

8. Click Filter=> Blur=> Gausian Blurr. Set the blur to 10 pixel.

9. Click back on your layers paletter and highlight your film layer. Click Filter=> render=>lighting effects.

  • Style = default
  • Light type = spotlight
  • Intensity = 35
  • Focus = 69
  • Gloss = 100
  • Material = 43
  • explosuer = 0
  • ambience =8
  • Textre channel = Alpha 1.
  • heigh6t = 30

10. Click Edit=>free transform. Set the height to 60%, width to 90% and angle to 30 degrees.

11.Double click the layer to bring up layer styles and blending options. Click the Drop shadow category. Set the shadow to

  • blending mode: multiply

  • opacity = 27%

  • Angle = 160

  • Distance = 31 pixels

  • Spread = 3

  • Size = 9

12. Click on your background layer. Select your gradient tool set for radial gradient. Set you foreground color to hex #6666FF and background color to hex #333333 . Draw a gradient from the center of your canvas out.

 



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