Fantasy Digital Art Redo: The Carriage

I created this Fairy Watching a Carriage Go By digital art layout in 2014 using a premade digital background painting by Lorie Davision, a carriage photo, a girl photo, and wings. You can see the original process in this blog post here, which will also include the photos I used for the composite. I had signed up for the Photoshop Beta, which is Photoshop but with A.I. and decided to make a small change to it.

This is the original from 2014:

The change I made was to add about an inch at the bottom using this new A.I. tool. Photoshop then showed me three examples to choose from. I chose the image below, but it wasn’t perfect even though it was the one I thought fit the scene best. There was an area where it looked as though the water foam just stopped, so I then used the Generative Fill to fix it. Here’s what the new layout looks like:

These were the three examples it gave me. The third example is what I chose. You can see where the water looks like it just cuts off.

What do you think?

The Photoshop Beta is available to anyone who has an Adobe account (unlike Firefly where you have to submit a request to be accepted into the beta, but even then, I’m pretty sure it’s easy to get accepted). Photoshop Beta is separate from Photoshop CC, which is a creative cloud subscription. If anything, give it a try. It’s a lot of fun.

Favorite Fruits

Daily writing prompt
List your top 5 favorite fruits.

My top favorite fruits include a couple of tropical fruits:

If you’re wondering how I was able to get my favorite fruits all in one image, that’s because I used Adobe Firefly. It’s an A.I. generator for art. Here are the two photos I generated and then in Photoshop CC, I merged them and added arrows and text.

I’m a beta tester for the software and have been having a lot of fun playing with it. I’ve only just started so there’s a lot more I haven’t used, but I hope to get more familiar with it. What do you think?