Adobe Photoshop Very Simple Tutorial: Building a Stone Wall in Perspective

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The other day, my neighbor Jim gave me a ring. He said that he needed my help. So I went to his house. Jim was waiting for me at his garage. He asked me if there was any easy way of building a stone wall. So I said, “I don’t know, but let me try it.” I pulled MacBook out of my backpack, which, as usual, I don’t know why I brought. Anyway, in a matter of 4 minutes or so, I built a stone wall, replacing the existing one. When I showed the wall, Jim didn’t quite like it. Is it that bad?

The following tutorial shows easy steps to design a stone wall in perspective, using Adobe Photoshop CS2. The photo image used in this tutorial comes from Webshots.





  1. Unlock the original background layer. Then make a selection of the wall and delete it on the background layer.
  2. Create two new layers.
  3. Move one of the empty layers to the bottom. Fill it with sheer black. Then apply to it Noise > Add Noise.
  4. Next, apply to the layer Blur > Gaussian Blur.
  5. Move the other empty layer to the top. Fill it with sheer black and apply to it Noise > Add Noise as well.
  6. Apply to the same layer Sketch > Note Paper.
  7. Let’s colorize the wall as usual with Hue/Saturation.
  8. Install a layer style on the same layer. Apply the black-to-white gradation map from right to left.
  9. Going back to the bottom layer, use Hue/Saturation and match the color to that of the top one.





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