2. I have already added the correct color on
his outline so we do not need to re-outline it.
3. Take your magic wand and click inside
of the elephant. Don't forget to select areas like
within the tail. His tusk and eyes do not get
4. Flood fill your selected area with
#b5bbb1. See my example below:
5. Go to selections/float and then to 3d
effects/cutout and apply this cut out make your shadow color
7. Add a new raster layer and rename it
8. Change your paint brush settings to
round size 7. See my settings below:
9. In your foreground change the color to
10. On your lights raster layer draw some
color around your elephant around the ears and the back,
around the legs see my example on how I colored it.
11. When your happy with your color go to
adjust/blur/Gaussian Blur radius 5.
12. Do not deslect. Add another raster
layer and name it darks. Change your paint brush
settings to size 3 and your foreground to #6e7683.
Follow my example below and give your elephant some dark
13. When your happy with your color go to
adjust/blur/gaussian blur radius 3.
14. Right click on darks layer and merge
15. Go to adjust/add noise and follow my
16. Selections/select none. This is what
mine looks like now:
17. Lets work on the eyes. Use your
magic wand and select inside the center circle of the eyes
and flood fill with black.
18. Then change your foreground to white
and your brush size to 1 and square and place a 1 pixel box
in the center of the eyes.
19. Selections/select none.
20. Now select in all the blank spots around the
eyes and flood fill with: #e7eded.
21. Selections/select none.
22. With your magic wand select the blank
spots were the tusk are and flood fill with #c6d8dc.
23. While still selected go add this
24. Selections/select none
Save it as a png.
1. Turn in your finished elephant for
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