We were lucky enough to visit Barcelona last week and one of the obvious places to visit was the Sagrada Familia.

Designed by Antonia Saudi, the Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família is yet to be finished but amongst the cranes and scaffolding, its beauty and magnificence attracts millions of tourists.

Unfortunately, due to crowds, we could not get a ticket to visit inside that particular day but we thought we would use some of our pictures of the outside to show how Colorscape can edit the outlines generated from photos.

We chose the Sagrada Familia as the subject of today’s post as we don’t think you could find a more intricate, complicated building facade anywhere in the World.  And it would be a great challenge to put the photo through Colorscape!

After generating the outline, we removed the cranes which we did with the eraser tool and then we had to draw in part of the spire with the line tool. These are are both on the editing screens as shown in the second and third images.

Once we are happy, we can start colouring in the spires!

This was our attempt to capture the Sagrada Familia in a colorscape!

We hope the brief tutorial was useful!

See you soon Colorscapers!

 

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