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Creating an Andy Warhol style image
Open Photoshop CS3
Click- File / Open then browse to R: Subject Resources/ Art/ Yr9 and click group folder and then click on your photograph
You may need to rotate your photo to be the right way
up if so:-
Click – Image/ Rotate Canvas/ 90 CW or 90 CCW
Now change the image size to fit an A4 page
Click Image / Image size then change the
width to 21cm (the Height should change to 28cm)
Reduce the image to black and white using the
Click Layer / New adjustment layer / threshold
Adjust the slider similar to the diagram
Now flatten the image:-
(teacher will demonstrate how to do this) click here and
Start with the background
Make selections with the Magic Wand
You can adjust the Tool settings here
You can also click on an area (say any white area) then click Select / Similar then use the magic wand to refine the selection.
Once an area is selected click Edit / Fill , this box will appear
Choose ‘colour’ and the colour selection box will appear,
select your colour then click OK
Colour in the black areas
with the background filled you can now fill all the black areas
to do this click Select / Deselect and start your selection again
with the Magic Wand Tool select any black area and then
click – select – similar
then click edit/ fill as before
Now colour in the white areas
Create your Art!
Duplicate the background layer three times
(The copies will stack above
the original so you won’t be able to see them yet)
Now you can move the image on each layer adjusting their size to fit four on the whole page.
Hint: hold the shift arrow down on your keyboard while using the move tool (this makes sure the image doesn’t distort as you shrink it () click the move tool again and select apply transformation.
Finally change the colours in each layer so they all look quite different.
Use the magic wand tool (select / similar) as before then click edit/ fill and choose your colour.
11. Well done, now print your final image (
Created by L. Matysiak 03/10
Click here and select Duplicate Layer (four times)