Ebook Photoshop Easy-Hard part 155

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  1. Technical Support Forum : http://vietdown.org/vbb/index.php Color tinting That trendy color tinted effect explained here. In 3 easy steps! By Colin Smith www.photoshopcafe.com Start with your image in RGB mode 1. Open the Hue/Saturation box Ctrl/Cmd+U 2. Click the colorize box. 3. Slide the hue slider to change the color hue. That simple! You can adjust the Saturation if you want. To the left, less color, to the right more. Too easy! The result! Technical Support Forum : http://vietdown.org/vbb/index.php
  2. Coloring A Bunny Sketch Jacquelin Vanderwood 1 Scan in the sketch. Change it's Color Mode to RGB or CMYK. Select Color Range with Fuzziness set at 0. Click in the white area and press OK. Create a duplicate layer and press Delete to clear the white area. Create a new layer and drop below the duplicate. Click on the Brush tool and select the Dry Media brush set. Select the Pastel Medium brush and block in color as shown below. 2 Change color and to new Charcoal Scraping Paper brush. Block in the jacket color. 3 Change to Soft Oil Pastel and to a new color such as mauve. Color in the shadows of the jacket. 4 Change the brush mode to Multiply. Click on the face color and add shadows to the face, hand, feet and tail. 5 Using the same brush but changing to a darker shadow color, add a shadow on the ground. Change to Normal brush mode and add a background color. Maybe some text and we're done. Technical Support Forum : http://vietdown.org/vbb/index.php Coloring A Pencil Sketch of a Cartoon Robot Jacquelin Vanderwood 1 The first thing you need to do is scan in the sketch in black and white. Change the Color Mode to RGB or CMYK depending on it's use. From there use the Eraser tool to clean it up. Duplicate the layer then open Color Range and set Fuzziness to 0. Click in the white area. Press OK and delete. Next, create a new layer. Drop that layer below the duplicate. Under Calligraphic brushes, select the Oval 35 px. Select a color at 100% opacity and begin to paint in the
  3. area. It does not have to be perfect. 2 Fill in the areas as shown below with three basic colors. Watch for the shadow and highlight areas 3 Add in darker shadow areas for more contrast using the same colors. 4 With a new color, add some extra color into the face. 5 Add a bright color for the chest lights. 6 Add color to the motion trails. 7 On a new layer below the last one paint in an indication of a sky. Type in some text and you are finished. Technical Support Forum : http://vietdown.org/vbb/index.php Combining Automation Elements
  4. Al Ward, Action Fx Photoshop Actions Resource http://actionfx.com This summer has been miserable! I've had some illness bordering on pneumonia twice now, and just can't seem to shake it. This has definitely tied me to the chair in my office, however, and as a result I've had mucho time-o to spend in Photoshop. In that regard the summer hasn't been too bad… I guess those trout will still be in the streams next summer. I started out in Photoshop learning from actions, and pretty much stayed within that small niche for a number of years. What can I say? Change is usually healthy, but not always desired. Prior to Photoshop 6 I was content to stay put… not so anymore. Photoshop 6 is just too powerful for one to squander all their time developing in one area, using the same old set of tools for familiarity's sake. Thus it occurred that my focus shifted to developing Layer Styles. That naturally led to developing elements to be applied to styles, such as curves, patterns, gradient, etc So what happens when you bring all these elements together? For instance, say I create an action that requires a certain Layer Style which, in turn, requires certain other elements like custom patterns, curves, and so on? After some experimenting I've found that this is indeed powerful… the effects can be incredible. The key is working in reverse. By that I mean you develop your Style Elements, Create the Style, then incorporate them into an action. Ok, intro over. Let's start with some white type on a black background. The type is in it's own layer so we can develop our Layer Style. Select the Type layer. To develop a style for this layer, click the layer styles icon on the bottom of the layers palette and select blending options. Let me say in advance that I've already created a custom pattern set for this tutorial, so I won't walk thru the process this time around. That being said, let's start by filling our type with a pattern. With the Layer Styles window open, select Pattern Overlay. Load your custom pattern set (the set I used is included in the included zip file), and choose a pattern to fill your text with. Add a few more elements to the style. Try a bevel, a stroke, gradient overlay, etc. Here's my resulting Layer Style (it is Style 13 in the included Style Set):
  5. Con tem Sexy - Sexy Stamp Gửi bởi: Final Fantasy Bạn có phải là người thích chới tem không? Tôi thì không phải, nhưng tôi muốn tạo cho tôi một con tem riêng. Và tôi đặt tên cho nó là "con tem Sexy" 1. Mở một file ảnh mà bạn thích. Hoa lá cành gì thì tuỳ còn tôi chọn hình này. 2. Cắt một phần nếu hình của bạn lớn, hoặc bạn dùng Transformation để thu nhỏ nó thì tuỳ. 3. Mở một tài liệu mới, nền Transparent và kéo phần ảnh ở cửa sổ bên kia qua bằng Move Tool. 4. Tạo một layer mới bên dưới layer ảnh của bạn đặt tên cho nó là Nền. 5. Nhấp chuột chọn layer Nền và giữ phím Ctrl-click vào layer ảnh
  6. 6. Select > Modify > Expand. Giá trị tôi cho là 15 px. Tuỳ bạn thích viền của con tem to nhỏ gì thì tuỳ theo ý bạn. Sau đó tô cho nó màu trắng. 7. Chọn Eraser Tool ở phần trên Navigator nhấn nút Brushes. - Nháy đúp vào "Brush tip Shape" với Spacing = 190 8. Chọn công cụ Rectangular Tool (Không phải là Rectangular Marquee Tool đâu nhé)! ở trên thanh Option bạn nhấn vào nút Paths ở giữa như hình này 9. Ở Layer Nền, bạn vẽ một vùng vừa khít với layer Nền trắng. Sau đó nháy chuột phải > Stroke Path. Ở ô Tool bạn chọn Eraser. 10. Bạn sẽ được hình này và cũng là kết quả!
  7. - Chú ý: khi bạn dùng Path mà nó có một ô vuông bao quanh, thì bạn vào View > Extra. Là nó sẽ hết. - Nếu cạnh bên trái của bạn có những chỗ hơi cách rời nhau quá, bạn có thể dùng Eraser để nối nó lại.
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