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Designing  My  War  Poster  By  Daniel  
Carmichael  
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A  lot  of  thought  went  into  designing  my  campaign  poster  but  the  
reason  I  chose  to  base  it  on  a  war  film  is  purely  the  fact  they  inspire  me  
so  here  is  a  short  walk  through  on  how  I  designed  this  movie  poster  
step  by  step  using  different  effects  and  free  stock  images.  
 
The  images  I  used  in  this  poster  were  all  stock  free  images  I  found  
around  the  web  and  used  in  different  ways  to  create  this  poster.  I  
followed  a  few  tutorials  to  help  me  get  an  idea  what  I  wanted  and  then  
just  made  it  happen.  
 
Okay  so  first  thing  I  did  was  find  a  nice  looking  solider  from  a  stock  
free  image  website.  
 

The  reason  I  used  unoriginal  was  purely  because  I  would  be  very  hard  
to  recreate  the  realism  of  a  world  war  2  solider  in  an  original  
photograph  and  would  have  a  better  over  all  impact  if  I  used  someone  
else’s.  
 
IMAGE  SOURCE:  
http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=view&id=912717  

After  I  saved  this  image  I  cropped  the  solider  out  in  Photoshop.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Once  the  solider  was  
cropped  out  I  found  
another  image  on  
that  same  website  I  
thought  this  image  
would  fit  in  very  
nicely  with  the  image  
for  a  war  like  back  
ground  with  a  little  
bit  of  editing  in  
Photoshop.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
So  I  imported  the  image  into  Photoshop  and  started  merging  them  
together.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 
 
Once  they  
looked  nice  
together  I  
duplicated  
the  layers  
of  the  
solider  and  
tinted  them  
darker  
with  slight  

transparency  I  also  did  the  same  to  the  sky  layer  giving  me  the  dark  
looking  effect  as  you  can  see  above.  
 
Next  was  the  title  ‘’Deep  Trench’’    

 

To  create  this  nice  looking  title  I  used  the  Neotrash  font  with  a  few  
gradient  effects.  

 

 
To  get  the  nice  looking  barbed  wire  behind  the  text  was  a  very  simple  
job  I  simply  found  this  image  on  the  Internet  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I  then  cropped  the  black  background  out  in  Photoshop  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

After  this  was  done  I  dragged  it  behind  the  title  and  duplicated  the  layer.  
 
 
 
 

 
 
I  they  changed  the  HUE/Saturation  and  give  it  a  red  tint  to  give  it  that  
nice  effect  of  blood.  
 

And  finally  using  filters  I  added  the  rain  in  the  background.  And  the  
reviews  in  the  top  in  another  font.    Thank  you  for  reading  
 
 By  Daniel  Carmichael  
 
 


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