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Embed code for: Creating a Hundertwasser buildings image
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Creating a Hundertwasser building
Click- File / Open then browse to R: Subject Resources/ Art/ Yr 8/ School Building Pics and click the photograph you’d like to work on and then click ‘Open’
3. Add colour
Make selections with the Magic Wand
You can adjust the Tool settings here
Once an area is selected choose your colour from the colour picker by clicking on the coloured box at the bottom of the tools palette and then use the paintbrush tool to fill the area.
Change the brush size by clicking here
And then use the master diameter slider
Experiment with the opacity of the paint so you can still
see the building detail
To select another area - first deselect the one you have just filled by clicking SELECT/ DESELECT
Continue until you have coloured the whole image
4. Now distort the image. To do this click
The spherize box will appear click the minus (-) button until you can see the whole of your image.
Adjust the slider until you are happy with the result
Well done ( now you are ready to print your picture.
Click File/ Print,
select the correct printer,
click the rotation button (to change to landscape if necessary)
tick the scale to fit media box.
If you don’t have time to print or haven’t finished colouring your image, you will need to save it to print at another time.
Click File/Save as
File name – your name Hundertwasser.jpeg
Format – JPEG (*.JPG,*.JPEG,*.JPE) - select this from the drop down menu
Created by L. Matysiak 21/04/10