Sebastian Garces


The top image is an image I created by combining the bottom two. For the building I had to remove the entire sky (even in between the building) so that I could use the fireworks as the background instead. Only then I dim the brightness to the building and tint it with red.

Using the Healing Tool

Truly, they both are the same image however the one on the right is a photoshopped version to restore the image's previous rips and tears as well as color and resolution. My parents certainly enjoyed this tool because now they want me to do the same with their old pictures.


This used to be a blank comic without any color, but then I went on photoshop and filled it with appropriate colors and contrasts of dark and bright within the comic's colors. The most enjoyable part of this work would be the last step where all the colors are brightened or darkened because then you see as the fluctuate together and and make the picture pop out more.

Knowing a.i.

This is a character from a popular television show called SpongeBob SquarePants, I was inspired to pick him as my character because he was in one of my favorite episodes. Given the opportunity recreate him in Adobe Illustrator sounded like fun and I believe it doesn't look that bad.

Universe in the Ocean

If I had to choose my favorite part of my first semester using computer programs it would be creating this image that is filled with my close friends and my favorite places in the universe. I took actual pictures of my friends and uploaded them in Photoshop and using that program I dimmed them to make them match with the background ambience.


Created with images by skeeze - "spiral planetary nebula nebula universe"

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