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24 December 2007 @ 06:57 pm
 


Made with Photoshop 8, includes selective color.
Tutorial requested by isabellle



1. Crop your base
2. Duplicate your base and put it to softlight
3. Next thing to do is opening a new selective color;

Reds: -100, 0, +100, 0
Yellows: +100, 0, -100, 0
Neutrals: +25, -15, -15, -15

4. Add another Selective Color;

reds: -100, 0, +100, 0
Yellows: +100, 0, -100, 0
Neutrals: -15, +5, +15, +15

5. New Hue/Saturnation;

Master: 0, +20, 0
Greens: 0, +15, 0
Cyans: 0, +25, 0
Blues: 0, +20, 0

6. New Brightness/Contrast;

Set Brightness to -15
Set Contrast to +15

We are almost done now (;

7. Add another Selective Color with the settings;
Neutrals: 0, 0, -15, +5

And you’re done! ^^
If something isn’t correct or you don’t understand something, you can always ask me :D
And I would love to see your results.
 
 
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honeybeeplayinreverse on February 5th, 2008 02:31 am (UTC)
what is selective color? sorry i'm retarded!
auresaures on February 5th, 2008 12:16 pm (UTC)
haha, it's really easy. Open your Photoshop. Go to 'layer' (it stands between 'image' and 'select'. Click on Layer and a new thing will appear. Then go to 'new adjustment layer', go to the right and search for 'selective color'. Click on that and then you're having your selective color. Selective color is a way to change the colors on a selective way ^^ i hope it's clear now (:
honeybeeplayinreverse on February 5th, 2008 03:41 pm (UTC)
this is what my screen looks like, i can't seem to find it, unless i am yet again, retarded.
http://i28.tinypic.com/xo02m0.png
aures: pic#71112587aures on February 5th, 2008 03:55 pm (UTC)
oh xD you're having Paint Shop Pro - that's a different program. PSP doesn't has selective color, i'm sorry. but now we know what the problem is (why you can't find it (; )