Went back to hometown during the holiday and saw a nice looking corner in the back alley. I took some photos, stitch them together, and do some paint over to make it look like an anime background art.
I took multiple photos with my Nokia 808 phone. Here are just some of them.
Then, stitch them together in Photoshop. Also use the transformation distort function to match the perspective of different photos.
This is the artwork “Corner”. Still look a bit “real” although I had spend quite sometime on it. I guess it is because the artwork itself still have a lot of “ambient occlusion” on it which add to the realism.
At first glance, it seem that I didn’t do much paint over on them. But if you look at the larger scale or zoom in image, you could see which area that I had work on, such as:
- Removing noise and JPG compression artifact.
- Details such as fences, railing, TV antenna, etc were all remove from the photos and repaint in new layers.
- Adding new objects to the scene.
- Using a more saturated palette?
Below are some close up view of before and after painting.
Please refer to my other blog entries for more detail about painting:
Makoto Shinkai Style Background Tutorial (Nov 2013)
Paint Over Photo (Aug 2013)
Paint Over 3D Render (June 2013)
Anime Style Background Tutorial (Dec 2012)
Makoto Shinkai Style Painting Tutorial (Oct 2012)
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