But then I got to thinking…. What if I could cut out one of the hands, eidt the picture behind and then save the hand as a .png file with a transparent background and use it as the middle layer in Wonderland? So after some fiddling with the picture, I was able to do it. Ok, I’m not the best with editing pictures, so on the phone screen you don’t really notice some of the crappy editing. 🙂
Here is what I came up with, with a hand that is moving as if reaching through the wall.
If you like it, here are the originals that I used so you can try it yourself. The Motion Effect settings in Wonderland are X-8, Y-5, Z-4. Any higher than that and the hand moves too much.
Here’s the background without text:
Here’s the hand in .png format (it has to be in .png format to retain the transparent background in Wonderland). I need to spend more time cleaning up the edges on it:
And here is the original background with no editing in case you want to start from scratch:
Hopefully this inspires you for your own Wonderland design. It’s a gimmick and not really useful, but pretty cool now that I came up with a way to use it.