June 18th, 2006

First Tutorials

T u t o r i a l : C o l o u r : 01 : P S P 8
C r e a t e : Starting with this

T u t o r i a l : C o l o u r : 02 : P S P 8
C r e a t e : Starting with this

N O T E S:

I know most people think there are already too many colouring tutorials out there with curves, but these were requested, and if I've made them, I may aswell put them here.
Image and curve heavy. You have been warned.
Click on the icons to get to the tutorials. Just by the way. Just in cases.

tutorial #4

Someone requested a tutorial for the coloring on the ESOSTM icons in this batch; but since I never keep my PSDs, I had to make a new one. My coloring changes with almost every icon, but they all follow a certain pattern. The color settings I use in this tutorial probably won't work with every image (as they all have different lighting, tones, etc.), but if you just play with the numbers a little, then they should work. I made this in Photoshop CS2, but it should translate easy enough.


(lava turns to light)

I really hope that helps at least someone; and I greatly appreciate when you comment. Oh, and if you have any questions/concerns, then I'd be more than happy to answer them.

(no subject)

Could somebody lead me to a tutorial, or help me figure out how to get colors like

I've been in love with this type of coloring, but can't for the life of me figure out how they did it!

Anyone have any idea?

I'm really sorry ;-;

I know it gets annoying reading just questions and less actual icon tutorials, but this is driving me insane. I use Photoshop CS2 and when I open pictures from a certain folder (it does this to a lot of them in that one folder but some still work fine) a box comes up saying "Pixel aspect ratio correction is for preview purposes only. Turn it off for maximum image quality." Now I have tried going to Image->Pixel Aspect Ratio but it is set at custom just like the other times I open an image. I also tried looking under help but that didn't do me much... sorry for any trouble ^^;;;.
miss fox

coloring tutorial

From this: to this:

I don’t know about you, but one big problem I have with iconing shows like CSI is the lighting used in scenes that have taken place in the lab. There either isn’t enough light or the light that we have has turned our favorite character blue (sigh, poor Sara..). I’ve designed this tutorial to hopefully help others like me with that problem.
I used adobe photoshop 6 and the cap was from purejorja.net.

tutorial found: HERE.
Puck[Were The World Mine]


Hi I want to thank the people who helped me with my last question now I have another one. Ok so how do you do this?

See I want to make an icon where it looks like the face of someone is on a broken mirror. Like Bell's face here. Does Anyone know a way to do that?