And do white background have a meaning? Well, all it takes is a little know-how in Photoshop. The trick is to fill in areas for background by drawing in lines to separate and add in the color. The following is some advice for creating a beautiful background with black. If you do not have these tools, simply choose a different color for your picture, and fill the area with your chosen color.
Step 1: Choose a different color
First thing is to choose some color to create your background. For our example, we can use white. If you think about it, there are a lot of different colors out there at this moment. We are going to choose a simple white that will stand out in many situations. There are a lot of different things you can use for background like: white sheet, white paint, black paint, etc. Let’s just choose white, and then you can use the colors in our example to make the background really beautiful.
Step 2: Use different colored pencils
Now we are going to draw in the backgrounds. First pick some colored pencils or markers. Paint over your whole picture with all the various colors. It is actually very easy to do because you just need to paint on multiple areas at once. Use both edges for different colored strokes. This will give us a nice gradient to our pictures.
Step 3: Paint over top of background
Now we need to paint over top of all the previous layers. The next thing to do is to add the final color of the background. So to make a beautiful background, you need to change the layer settings to Multiply and Blend Modes: Overlay. The resulting image will look like we did:
Step 4: Create a gradient
The final stage is to use a Gradient Paint tool to create a nice bright gradient color. Make sure to paint in multiple colors in the middle and at the edges. Just to emphasize that we are painting over the whole picture.
A few of the amazing pictures created by this tutorial:
DETROIT – It was a rough weekend for hockey fans.
The Lightning have played two games in Detroit this past week leading up to Monday night’s contest between the Lightning and Red Wings.
Now the Lightning head back to Detroit for the fourth game in a row. This time the Lightning will be without goalie Ben Bishop.
Bishop was forced to leave Friday’s game against the Islanders with back spasms after a collision during