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posted by Patrick V alias Pattapix on Friday 18th of February 2011 11:55:07 AM

This image is the same as my Neuro Glow image without my glowing brain, part of my Imagine the Unimaginable set. I usually post a bit of a how too with my photos but I didn't with the last one so here it is. Strobist Info: Canon 580 exII brolly box full power camera right. Yongnuo YN560 1/4 power on whit wall directly behind. Triggered with Cactus V4. Photoshop info: Firstly I sliced my head into pieces and put each piece on a new layer, these became the front of each slice. Then I arranged those pieces into the order as you see them above. I then used he circular marquee tool create my empty head drawing a circle and filling it with a solid colour and adjusted the perspective. Then on a new layer I added shadow and hight lights. To create the rim I selected the hollow head and subtracted the cut out face selection, filled it with a solid colour. Contracted the selection by 15 pixels and deleted the center leaving the outer rim. Each slice was a five step process. Firstly I'd select the slice. On a new layer I filled the selection. Then I inverted it horizontally and vertically, then free transformed and warped it into a round shape. Heres the tricky part, the rim. With only the front and rear parts of the slice visible and a white background I selected the centre circle and the back slice using the magic wand. (see the picture in my comments). Then on a new layer I filled the selection with a solid colour contacted the selection by 15 pixels and deleted the centre. I then shaded and highlighted the rear section of the slice on separate layers. In hindsight I should of put my shadows and highlights in after id done all the slices. After i got to the stage above I added the glowing brain and the light rays. There are plenty of tutorials on how to make fiery planets on youtube, my process wasn't that different. I just used the plastic wrap filter to give it some shininess. There are some more steps but I think that's about it.......

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