Transposing a series of drawings into (virtual) reality in Photoshop: instead of trying to replicate the copyrighted image by redrawing it, I chose to create a series of realistic-looking images resembling all types of twisters encountered. To accomplish this I have used paintbrushes, adjusting tools, textures and snippets of landscape shots.
Transposing a hand drawing into reality in Photoshop: instead of trying to replicate the copyrighted image by redrawing it, I chose to create a series of realistic looking virtual photographs taken during various stages of a tornado. I’ve used paint brushes and textures for the clouds and the twisters, as well as an old photograph. This is a much safer solution instead of going out there and chasing a twister close by (smile).
A wide view of the UBC Ladner Clock Tower and the Ike Barber Learning Centre. Photo by Gabriel Lascu
Feeling hungry staring at this illustration? I bet you are. I’ve got seriously hungry myself while working on it for the UBC Land and Food Systems, as part of the ‘Food, Nutrition, and Health – FNH’ program (Bachelor of Science). Click to enlarge!
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