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I am stumped: Christmas sweater on lobster

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Please advise how I would accomplish placing a graphic of a Christmas sweater over a graphic of a lobster so the lobster appears to be wearing the sweater?


I'm sure it's doable but I can't figure out how.
Your help, with specific instructions, will be much appreciated.



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Since I don't personally us PS Mix, I'm not sure of the tools available, but I would approach it like this: make the front of the sweater (minus the arms) big enough to cover the lobster (including the arms), plus a little extra for the 'bulk' of the sweater, and cut and position this. Then take an image of the cuffs and collar (you may only need a single image for this if you can stretch them properly in Mix), and position these appropriately. You would also want to add some highlights and shading to give it some shape, as on the shoulders of your sample.

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I am stumped: Christmas sweater on lobster

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Please advise how I would accomplish placing a graphic of a Christmas sweater over a graphic of a lobster so the lobster appears to be wearing the sweater?


I'm sure it's doable but I can't figure out how.
Your help, with specific instructions, will be much appreciated.



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Correct answer by Semaphoric | Adobe Community Professional

Since I don't personally us PS Mix, I'm not sure of the tools available, but I would approach it like this: make the front of the sweater (minus the arms) big enough to cover the lobster (including the arms), plus a little extra for the 'bulk' of the sweater, and cut and position this. Then take an image of the cuffs and collar (you may only need a single image for this if you can stretch them properly in Mix), and position these appropriately. You would also want to add some highlights and shading to give it some shape, as on the shoulders of your sample.

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Which version of Photoshop are you using?

Can you upload copies of the two images you're working with and provide a link here?

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Photoshop Mix

Here is what I'm trying to accomplish

Thank you,

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You should ask on the Mix forum: Photoshop Mix (Mobile app)

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Question moved from Photoshop forum.

patd5935238 wrote:

Here is what I'm trying to accomplish

Nothing came through to the forum.

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Here here is what I'm trying to do!

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Since I don't personally us PS Mix, I'm not sure of the tools available, but I would approach it like this: make the front of the sweater (minus the arms) big enough to cover the lobster (including the arms), plus a little extra for the 'bulk' of the sweater, and cut and position this. Then take an image of the cuffs and collar (you may only need a single image for this if you can stretch them properly in Mix), and position these appropriately. You would also want to add some highlights and shading to give it some shape, as on the shoulders of your sample.

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