That Train is Poppin Out of That Picture!

To create this good Train Boy, I used this good train pic:

I erased all but the front half of the train, created a white rectangle, clipped a copy of the train pic to the white rectangle, made the copy all sepia toned, erased some of the first train pic in order to get that Wizard of Oz type color change, copied the rectangle, made the copy all wonky like a Polaroid picture, then painted the borders with a soft black brush. After a butt ton of adjustment layers for gradients and color stuff, I was done!

I like it.

It looks cool.

I like it.

Creating the Final Frontier in Photoshop

I made a big boy space scene.

I applied many different filters and gradients to a black background. I then erased various sections to my liking. I then took two different photos to use for my planets.

I accidentally applied the cement picture to the background, but it looked dope, so I kept it. I made my two images into spheres, then made shadow layers that matched their shape. I gave the planets an outer and inner glow that matched the colors around them and erased whatever I didn’t want. I arranged the planets to my liking, and badaboom! Space! I then tried to add a U.S.S Enterprise ship, but it didn’t look good anywhere I put it. That was a disappointment. Overall, I like how this turned out. It was pretty easy, but also satisfying and fun.

About MovieMort.

I am a confused teenager that uses movies as a way of understanding the deeply troubled world around me. Is it the most effective way of doing this? No. Would I change that? Also no. My favorite movie is Hot Fuzz, my favorite band is Ben Folds Five, I have an unhealthy amount of Funko Pops!, and I love Nintendo. I was an extra in a Disney Channel show, so I would consider my life a success. My little cousin is my favorite thing, and 2011’s The Lorax is my least favorite thing. I hope I can make a career in film but in the meantime, I’ll shove every movie I can get into my eyeholes.