For this picture I incorperated my theme by useing Bugs Bunny. I found my back ground of a cartoon bedroom and then I found pictures of bugs Bunny on the internet that i could make look as though they belonged in the room. I found different poses of Bugs Bunny then I pressed “q” and painted Bugs Bunny the red opaque color. I then pressed “q” again and then inverse so all I was left with was Bugs Bunny. I repeated this for every photo and then placed each of them in a spot that I thought made them look good and show cased each of them with out one being the main spotlight. I am happy with the way this picture turned out and I think it looks cool.  
For this photo I again found a picture of bugs bunny and friends. Then to high light the bunny factor in this photo I decided to again press “q” and paint the body of the rabbit costume then pressed “q” again then inverse so that i was just dealing with the costume. Then I created a new layer and put a solid color in it then changed the blending option to soft light. Then I dupilacated this layer and changed the color until I was satisfied with the look of the costume. Then did the same steps for the ears of the costumes and Bugs Bunny himself to make the “rabbit theme” in this picture to stand out. Then I made everything else in the picture balck and white so that it would stand out that much more.   

In this picture I found a photo of the two bunnies sitting in cups and then I added different filters to different elements of the picture. I added glass effects to one bunny and cross hatch effect to the other bunny. Then i also added filters to the flowers in the picture to make it more interesting.

For this picture I found a photo of me on facebook holding a bunny. Then I pressed the “q” key and painted rabbit opaque red and pressed “q” again. Then I created a new layer and filled it with a color and changed the blending option to soft light. Then I dupilacted the layer and changed the color of the second layer to get a satisfying effect. Then I changed the rest of the picture to black and white. Although I didnt do a whole lot to this photo I real, really like how it turned out, I think that it looks really cool!  

For this photo I used the “q” key and painted the bunny that is white here an opaque red and then pressed “q” again. Then I put a blending option on the rabbit and the rest of the photo. I think that this picture looks awesome! You can still see the bunny shapes but I think that the whole picture looks so interesting and really makes you take a double look.

For this picture I found the back ground for this picture on google. I wanted a field so that I could make it look as though the rabbits all belonged. Then I found a lot of different pictures of rabbits. Then I cut them out of their original pictures using either “q” then the red opaque technique or the polygonal lasso tool and then erasing what i didnt want. Then I put them on the grass field and changed their opacity to make them look as though they belonged. Then I erased some of the bunnies features and made it look like they were sitting in the grass.

For this picture I made took the background with the bridge then I found a picture of a rabbit that I liked and made it very large. Then I erased the background that was behind the rabbit because you could see through the rabbit and made it look more natural. Then I went on facebook and found a picture and made it look like I am sitting on top of the rabbit and riding on him. i like this picture, it reminds me of the too big too small assignment. Which I liked and I really also like this photo.  

In this picture I used a background of the park. Then I found a picture of a girl walking her dog cut the girl and the leash out using the polygonal lasso tool and then took the dog out of the pciture also. Then I put the picture of the girl on the park background. Then I took a picture of a bunny and polygonal lasso’d the bunny out of its picture. Then I put it on the park background also and made it look as though the girl is walking the rabbit.  

For this picture I pressed “q” and then painted the rabbit the opaque red and  then I pressed “q” again and then inversed so I was dealing with just the rabbit. Then I created a new layer and added a solid color and changed the blending option to soft light. Then I duplicated thsi layer and changed the color so I was satisfied with the look it created. I did the same steps with the tulip heads and the nest that the bunny is on. I am very happy with this photo and it is one of my favorites.   

For this picture I pressed “q” and painted the chocolate bunnies opaque red and pressed ‘q” again so that I was dealing with the bunnies. Then I turned them black and white and added a cross hatch filter to the rest of the picture. I like the look of this photo although I wish I could have had time to work on it more and make it better.

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