Painted Ground A Petite Texture Collection
The Painted Ground Petite Texture Collection features 1 abstract painted ground level background in 4 color tones which you can easily blend with your subjects who are on ground level. Mix the 4 colors together by using masking and different layer modes to create your own unique color tones and looks for your art. For wildlife, domestic animals, people, and more of your favorite subjects, these will help you bring the focus onto your subject and go from snapshot to art in just a few minutes! *Because this is such a painterly background, it works best with those photos you give a painterly look to using your painting software.
Use these textures "as is" to add a painterly feel to your photographs by placing them on a layer under your subject and masking away the subject's original background. Using your transform tool in your software, you can stretch them and position them exactly where you need them for your art. You can also use these textures as overlay layers to enhance existing photos or to add unique color tones throughout your artistic images. These also make wonderful beginning backgrounds for your digital paintings!
This collection contains a total of 4 resources, all for one low price. Download is presented as ONE (1) large zip file. Textures are 6000x6000 pixels in size and are large size JPG files. Due to the large file size, the download may take several minutes to complete, depending on the speed of your internet connection.
To create this camel art, I first positioned my photo above background #1 in the set. Then I ran Topaz Impression on the camel layer to give him a painterly look. After he had his painterly look, I masked away his background to blend him into the Painted Ground background. To match his color tones better, I brought in #4 from the set underneath him as well, and lowered the opacity to create a blend of backgrounds #1 and #4. Finally, I duplicated the background layer, and placed it on top, twice. One layer was set to multiply mode, and the other to soft light, both at 28% opacity. This gave the entire image a bit more contrast and helped him pick up some texture and color from the background itself.