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................Creat a grometric maze design in photoshop.......part(((2))))

Step 11 Proceed to create some blocks on the rear right side. I Created 7 blocks for this side.

Step 12

Next we will add some white light between the aisles of the blocks. Let’s start giving the light on the aisles behind the right front block. To achieve this, create a new layer behind the right front block layer. Take a very soft round brush set to 20-30% opacity. On the new layer, paint the soft white light as indicated by the blue arrows.

Give some white light behind the aisles behind the left front block as well

Here is the result I created after I gave some light on the aisles of the rear left blocks.

Step 13

Do the same way to give some light on the aisles of the right rear block. After finishing the maze, select all the block layers and merge them into a single layer. I named this layer maze

Step 14

Now we are going to create background for the scene. Take the linier gradient again. Make sure to set the foreground color to black and the background to white. Choose the foreground to background gradient in the gradient editor.

Next, change the black background by filling it linier gradient color of black and white. Here is the result I did:

Step 15

Open the texture image on the document. Position this texture image above the background layer. Take free transform tool and scale its size to cover the background.

Move the texture downwards so it is supposed to be the ground of the maze.

Reduce the opacity of the texture layer to about 65%.

Step 16

Give this texture a layer mask by clicking the mask icon located at the bottom of the layer panel.

Take a very soft round brush set to about 15-20% opacity. With black color, stroke the brush on areas around the texture to give it some masking. Here is the mask I created on the texture.

And here is the masked texture now:

Duplicate the texture layer and set the duplicate to soft light blending at 50% opacity.

Step 17

Open the sky image on the document. Scale its size and position it above the texture layer.

Give this sky layer a layer mask and mask some part of this sky image.

Give this sky layer a layer mask and mask some part of this sky image.

Step 18

With the sky layer still selected, go to layer > new adjustment layers > hue/saturation. Make sure to give this hue/saturation layer a clipping mask.

Here is the result:

Step 19

Create a new layer above the sky layer. Take again a very soft round brush at size of about 800-900 pixels. With color, paint some white light behind the maze. I named this layer light. We can duplicate this layer and set the duplicate to soft light to get more vivid light.

step 20

Proceed to work on the maze. Select the maze layer and mask some part of this layer as indicated in selection in the screenshot.

Here is maze will look after being masked.

step 21

Duplicate the maze layer and position the duplicate above the original layer with a clipping mask. Mask some part of the duplicate and set it to multiply at 75% opacity.

Then, duplicate again the texture used in the background. Place the duplicate above the maze copy layer with a clipping mask. Scale its size.

With the texture layer still selected, go to filter > other > high pass. Then set this texture layer to soft light at 70% opacity.

Here is the result. Select all the maze layers and group them into a folder. I named this folder maze.

Step 22

Create another new layer above the maze folder. On this new layer, paint soft white light in front of the middle front block as indicated in selection in the screenshot.

Here is what I created:

Step 23

Finally, we will alter the overall color of the scene. We do this by just simply giving new adjustment layers: color balance and photo filter on the topmost position in the layer panel

Set the color balance layer to normal at 100% opacity and photo filter to normal at 50% opacity:

Congratulations, You’re All Done!

Awesome job making it this far! You should be proud of what you’ve created. Show it off to your friends and colleagues and get some feedback.

You can also comment here with your version, or any questions you had about the techniques used. We love to see what you guys create and we’re always here to give helpful feedback and tips to help you to improve.

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Comment by asi on April 1, 2014 at 10:14pm

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Comment by N@Z -MSCS on March 31, 2014 at 3:33pm

very good

Comment by asi on March 30, 2014 at 7:48pm

thanks alot

Comment by + Imran Yaqoob on March 30, 2014 at 12:02pm

Nice sharing 

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