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  1. Fine art (refined art) • You will be adding yourself to a piece of fine art – a work created by a “master”. • You will need to find a copy of the artwork you want and scan a high resolution image (300 dpi minimum). • You will need to add yourself to the artwork so that it appears you have always been there (avoid the “cut and paste” look). • No replacing the characters head with yours – to easy! • Pose, lighting and costume are very important in fitting you into the artwork. • Remember the factors involved in making a photo easy to cut. • Sketches (5 minimum) in your sketchbook. You may use tracing paper and work over a printed copy of the original (tape these into your sketchbook), or work on zerox copies of the original art.

  2. Munch – “The Scream”

  3. Rothko – “1968”

  4. Russeau – “The Snake Charmer”

  5. Chagall – “The Birthday”

  6. Things to consider… • Cutting the figure… • To create a smoother edge with less of a “cut out” appearance, remember to feather the edge of your selection slightly. • Remember your different selection options. • Shadows! If you are really there, you will cast a shadow and have shadows cast on you. • Edge treatment… • You may need to go back and blur or smear the edge to insure a smoother fit. Keep an eye on the “white edge” that may appear around selection. • Color adjustment tools… • Insure that the overall color of your pasted item match the colors of your artwork – this is critical to creating a good fit. • Filter applications… • Experiment with your filters (or combinations of filters) to create a surface texture on your figure that matches that of the painting or artwork you are pasted into.