How to make a Sky Peeling like Fabric Revealing Background in Photoshop
Hi there in this video, we're going to do a cool kind of sky peel back, we're gonna start with this image and this image and do this to it. It's really easy. Let's get started. Alright to make this happen, let's go to file, it's gonna open and then our oh eight transform folder. Open up warrior one and two and click open. Okay, so we've got a sky that we're going to reveal and our kind of cloudy background, it's super easy. The one thing we have to do is edit, can you see under transforms not available because this background layer is locked. We looked at this earlier to get rid of the lock. Super easy, double click the background, give it a name. Landscape. Even now with that layer selected, we can go to edit and transform their life was going to use what? Just click on what? Okay, grab this top left corner, just drag it so it kind of looks like it overlaps, you can start playing around with handles depending on how you want this kind of fabric or paper to feel okay for me. I I don't ...
know what I'm doing that looks good. Here we go, pull back to reveal. Let's click enter. Now go to whoop. Now go to Warp two with your move tool, click hold and drag the image, drag, drag, drag, holding it down, dragging, dragging to the tab, then let's go down here. Just make sure the layers underneath and just move it around until you feel like you've found like a part of the image that I don't know works for. That looks kind of good. Nice. Now the one thing you can do to kind of make this feel a little a little bit more real, as far as this can get is you can use the burn tool. What you might do is let's click on the landscape player and when you look at the burn tool, when we faked shadows, it's the same thing here. So click on the burn tool, yours might be set to the dodge tool. So click and hold it down until you find the burn tool. And with the Rangers, let's set it to mid tones and let's be at 50% brush size. Hmm That's a little big, Maybe something like 200 and I'm just going to kind of add a bit of maybe some darkness down here. So it looks like it's kind of, you know, curling over on itself, staying away from that edge there. Yeah. To make it like it's casting a shadow. I kind of want to do it to there as well over this edge. Now, what you'll find with the burn tools were on mid tones. So it's only dealing with those kind of mid tones. So if there's white like there is here, can you see, it doesn't really adjust it. So I'm going to do it but it doesn't really get it. So you can switch it between shadows, which is the really dark colors and the highlights in this case is what I want. Can you see now? It's affecting the the um clouds a little better. You might have to switch between these two to give it a bit of depth and roll. Same with you guys down here on a kind of make it look like it's casting a shadow. So depending on the image, you might have to flick through all three of these to get it kind of right? Alright, so that is a really kind of quick use of some of those transform tools and you see it quite a bit, you also see people kind of like getting a model that's maybe pulling the edge of this and they cut them out and set them in the image. Might be a rope connected to this. Maybe just a big hand. Alright, so that is going to be it for this tutorial. Nice Quick one. See you in the next video.