1. Preparation of the portrait
Create a new document with a size of 2000 by 2850 pixels, a resolution of 300 pixels, with a transparent background, and then open the image of a woman and drag it into the document.
Select the Fill tool (G), press the Alt key to switch to the Eyedropper, and then select a light shade of the background color of the woman’s image. Then fill the transparent background layer with this color (Figure 2).
Next, select the “Brush” tool, set “Press” – 50%, “Hardness” – 100% and set the brush color to black. Add a mask to the woman’s layer and wipe her body with a black brush, as shown in Figure 3: Continue reading
The good thing is that the specifications for CSS and SVG are common, that is, we can use not only pre-prepared filters, but also create our own filters in SVG, and then write them in CSS:
filter: url (myfilter.svg # myCustomFilter);
The same filters are available when using backdrop-filter.
Finally, the filter () function. The idea is to bring all the specified image links in CSS through a set of filters. And we will embed our tiny header image using base64 dataURI and run it through the blur () filter: Continue reading
Now select the Magnifier tool and zoom in:
Next, select the Pen tool:
Make sure that the foreground color (the black square at the bottom of the palette) matches the dark blue color of the text that we specified.
Create a new layer and change its opacity to 0%. This is done so that when we begin to outline the image, the blue color does not overlap the image of the girl below.
Then, with the Pen tool selected, click at a point located on the outer contour of the girl’s hair (at the top), and then click again on the outer contour at another point so that a line can be created between these two points. Continue reading