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Day'n'Night

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My Entry for the photoshop challenge. I made a custom interchange. You can see it at the bottom. Afterwards I changed the time of day. But I decided to undo the changes because you could not see the interchange anymore. Well, now you can see both, day'n'night :thumb:

I know. I have stupid one way street arrows. I'm too lazy...:no:

Hope I can show you some day even more of the city. But at this point only half of the big city tile is plopped.



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I made a selection of a small piece of road. Then I copied the selection to another layer and moved and rotate it to extend the road in the direction i wanted it to go. Then I repeated the first step multiple times. After that I merged all road-extension layers, made a selection of the stuff I don't want, and deleted it. The last step was to use a soft brush, choose the prefered color with the pinpette-tool and paint the ramp itself. I have a wacom tablet but I did not used it. The painting job was easy and quickly done with the mouse.

Here is a picture showing the vanilla state and a half way through step of the process:

 

 

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