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I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 12:44 am
by remezcle
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Thoughts? I watched x-files for the first time today and listed to some of the "Portable Atheist" audiobook... and out came this...

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:00 am
by DaveL
Yarrrrr...

We'll get Agent Mulder right on to it. One invisible phenomena is just as good as another...

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Fri Dec 26, 2008 4:45 pm
by DaveL
Do you mean the X-Files? If so, yes the show was quite hammy...

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:16 pm
by remezcle
I do mean the x-files... was watching it.. was bored.. wanted to do something in photoshop :D

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:40 pm
by Tigger_the_Wing
Does Photoshop generate shadows automatically? I only ask because the shadows make the FSM appear to be hovering in front of a poster instead of being in the landscape.

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 10:08 am
by Ubi Dubius
The FSM, being able to move easily through normal matter, may float in front of, inside, or behind, any poster. The ways of the FSM are mysterious, especially when drunk. 8)

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2009 6:05 am
by Tigger_the_Wing
Ubi Dubius wrote:The FSM, being able to move easily through normal matter, may float in front of, inside, or behind, any poster. The ways of the FSM are mysterious, especially when drunk. 8)


Excellent description of the noodly one - but doesn't actually answer my question, which was about Photoshop!

Oh well, I don't suppose I'll get an answer now. :?

Re: I want to Spaghetti

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:44 am
by Roy Hunter
You can produce a shadow against say, a wall or some other vertical surface, fairly easily. Copy the shape of the object you are adding into the picture and add it in as an adjustment layer (I think?) behind the layer with object you're adding. You want it to make the shape of the object a bit darker, and you want it offset to one side and down a bit so it matches the lighting of the rest of the picture. That's how I'd do it anyway.