Adding scenic windows to our room

Today we will learn how to add windows (and any scene we desire behind those windows) to our room.

Open your window image, path it out in Photoshop, and drag it into your room file:
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.36.25 PM

Adjust the perspective of the window with the transform tools (Edit -> Transform -> Perspective, Edit -> Transform -> Scale, and Edit -> Transform -> Distort)
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.39.06 PM

Duplicate the Layer (Layer -> Duplicate Layer)
Flip the duplicated image so it looks like it belongs of the opposite wall (Edit -> Transform -> Flip Horizontal)
Move the duplicated window to the other wall.
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.40.26 PM

Remove the scene inside the window pane using the tool of your choice:
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.51.24 PM

Open the scene you would like to go in your window:
skiing

Drag the scenic image into your room file.
Make sure the scene layer is below the windows layer in your layers palette:
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.54.26 PM

Adjust the perspective of the scene so it matches the perspective of the window with the transform tools (Edit -> Transform -> Perspective, Edit -> Transform -> Scale, and Edit -> Transform -> Distort)
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.55.32 PM

Remove any part of the scenic image that does not belong in the window with the Photoshop tool of your choice:
Screen Shot 2014-12-11 at 3.57.53 PM

Today we will:

  • continue working on our rooms
  • create a new blog post with a .png of our progress

 

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