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My 2 cents... 1) Choose the right brush! Google a bit "grass brush photoshop" https://www.google.com/search?q=grass+brush+photoshop 2) The right color. Unless it is radioactive grass, the color is too happy, and too uniform. The brush tries to vary it but by just turning the grass blacker not darker. Real grass have some sutile colour changes, a bit ...


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To supplement John Manly's answer. If you look at landscape photography you can see that distant objects become less distinct in both detail and color and something else interesting: due to the atmosphere they become bluer. As a quick and dirty example I grabbed John's version and did three quick changes that, while exaggerated, do lend to appearance of ...


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I would start by adding some perspective to the grass, thats the main reason it looks flat, in my eyes. I duplicated your grass layer 4x and then merged them into one. You created the grass with a bit of an angle to it, so I used that to my advantage and placed 2x facing one way and 2 the other, so they helped create a vanishing point. After I merged ...



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