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    I'm lost. I need to draw a 'yellow' brick road in photoshop(yes as in the movie)but need to have a field of depth added to it. What is the best way to achieve this ?
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    Smalco

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    what ism a yellow brick road?

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    LOL!! i gotta see that! I suggest a Solid->Transparency gradient or/and a inner shadow. You can also try a slight blur, using some gradient selection, so you can add that photo look, that there's only one focus level/point. Post it when you have done it, I am very curious about it

    btw engstrom, he means the yellow brick road from the wizard of oz

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    I repeat: What is a yellow brick road?

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    Planet Claire Embassator herr_dada's Avatar
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    engstrom: the yellow brick road was the road that led to Oz in the movie "The Wizard of Oz", more info check IMDB or google.

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    okey.. thanks!

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    Hi if i was doing it i would find a repeating image of a cobble street (square) then desaturate it, then colourise it (yellow)

    next i would cut it out to the shape i wanted with the lasso tool, then use "distort" to give it perspectice, as herr hada says give the furthest point of the road some gaussian blur, so its not as sharp

    hope this help

    nice to see what u ended up with (mb post a link to it)

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