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    Default [TUTORIAL](Photoshop){EN/DE} Make a Render in a Short | Einen Render in Kürze kreiern

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    Make a Render in a Short



    Hi Folks,

    In my first tutorial i would show how to make a render from a figure in not more as 10mins. You say that's impossible? I show you a little bit out of my mediadesigner trickcase. ;P

    I will show you that on a Photoshop CS3 DE version, so sorry for the german menuepoints, but i translate them so good as i can.

    take this picture: example picture

    Load that in Photoshop.

    1. We crop the image to the objects border



    2. Click on the menuepoint "image->duplicate" you have now 2 workspaces with the same picture.

    3. Go the the duplicated image, now click the menuepoint "image->(i think it calls " adaptations" on german it's "anpassungen")->"treshhold". Now pull the regulator like the outline of your image is closed and had less "theeth" as possible.
    Zoom in the picture and controll if the outline is closed, if it's not take the "Pen" with no antialaising and choose 1px and correct them same with some pixels their are distorted. (DON'T USE THE BRUSH!)




    4. If it's done, make a selection with the Magicwand and before you clicking in the image activate the checkbox "adjacent" on the top of your PS viewport, get sure you have antialiasing deactivated! (DON'T FORGET THE SPACE BETWEEN FINGERS OR LEGS & ARMS! WITH HOLDING SHIFT YOU CAN ADD PLANES IN YOUR SELECTION!)

    5. Now we have a selection from your treshholded picture.

    6. Click "Select" and resize your selection 1px smaller.

    7. Click-Right in the selections middle, a little drop down menue will show. Search the menuepoint "invert selection" and set the selection correct to your object.

    8. Take this selection and pull into your original and look that it matches.



    9. Now make the merged Background to a Layer (double-click on the little padlock symbol) and make sure you have selected this layer in your layermenue.

    10. Now Right-Click on the selection in your image and click "Layer trough Cut" and voilâ you have a rendered picture.




    Have fun

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    Hi Leutz,

    In meinem ersten Tutorial will ich euch zeigen wie man eine Figur in nur 10min rendert. Ihr sagt das sei unmöglich? Ich werde euch hier ein wenig aus meiner Mediengestalter Trickkiste zeigen.
    Nehmt dieses Bild: Beispielbild

    Ladet dies in Photoshop

    1. Wir stellen das Bild in etwa auf dem Rand des Objekts frei.



    2. Klickt auf den Menüpunkt "bild->duplizieren" ihr dürftet nun 2 Arbeitsbereiche mit dem selben Bild haben.


    3. Geht in das duplizierte Bild und klickt den Menüpunkt "bild->anpassungen->schwellenwert. Zieht den Schieberegler so, das die Outline geschlossen und so wenig "Zähne" wie möglich zu sehen sind.
    Vergrößert das Bild und kontrolliert ob die outline geschlossen ist, ist dies nicht der Fall so wählt den Buntstift und wählt 1px. Korrigiert damit die Outline und übermalt falsch platzierte pixel. (NICHT DEN PINSEL NUTZEN!)



    4. Wenn das getan ist macht eine Selektion mit dem Zauberstab und bevor ihr ins Bild klickt, aktiviert die checkbox "benachbart" am oberen Rand eures PS Fensters. Geht sicher das Glättung deaktiviert ist! (DEN ZWISCHENRAUM ZWISCHEN FINGERN ODER ARMEN & BEINEN NICHT VERGESSEN! MIT DER UMSCHALTTASTE KÖNNT IHR FLÄCHEN IN DIE AUSWAHL EINBEZIEHEN!)

    5. Nun haben wir eine Selektion vom schwellenwert Bild

    6. Klickt auf "Auswahl" und verkleintert die Auswahl um 1px.

    7. Rechts-Klick in die Mitte der Selektion. Nun sollte sich ein kleines Drop Down Menü presentieren. Dort wählt ihr "Auswahl invertieren".

    8. Zieht nun die Selektion in euer Original Bild und seht nach das es an allen Rändern passt.



    9. Nun machen wir unseren Hintergrund zu einem Ebene (doppel-klick auf das kleine Vorhängeschloss symbol in eurem Ebenenfenster) und geht sicher das ihr die Ebene in eurem Ebenenfenster ausgewählt habt.

    10. Nun noch ein Rechts-Klick in die Selektion eures Bildes und klickt "Ebene durch ausschneiden" und voilâ wir haben ein gerendertes Bild.



    Viel Spaß

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    Last edited by cOOLsp0T; 08-04-2010 at 02:17 PM.

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    That's pretty cool. I tried it out. I'm confused with the third step though.

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    What is that, what you don't understand? Maybe i must correct them, if it's to unintelligible.

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    I actually followed the steps and successfully rendered the image, but there were still parts of the bg that were left in between the arms. I don't really understand this part:
    Zoom in the picture and controll if the outline is closed, if it's not take the "Pen" with no antialaising and choose 1px and correct them same with some pixels their are distorted. (DON'T USE THE BRUSH!)

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    See step 4

    (DON'T FORGET THE SPACE BETWEEN FINGERS OR LEGS & ARMS! WITH HOLDING SHIFT YOU CAN ADD PLANES IN YOUR SELECTION!)

    You must zoom in the picture too see if the outline is closed that the magicstick won't select things in the inner of the image. The Picture before step 4 would show the problem.

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    How exactly do I control the outline? Is magicstick the magic wand?

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    Yes, oh sorry. i would rename that.

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    If you ever want renders that actually look moderate, you should do it by hand with the pen tool. Magic Wand just isn't the way to go...

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    you have a really clear render as result and if you do all right you have no glitches and something. If the render is to angular then use the smooth or movement filter to make the angular smoother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miri View Post
    If you ever want renders that actually look moderate, you should do it by hand with the pen tool. Magic Wand just isn't the way to go...
    that's what I've been telling me throughout my time photoshopping. And look at me now? I still make poor graphics but I can use the pen tool well


 

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