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Using Photoshop CS2 (Not sure if it can translate?)
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The rules are simple:
-Credit me if you take any icons or the base used in the tutorial
-Comments are ♥
Make this icon: from this base:
Program used: PSP 8
Translatable: Yes but you have to have color balance and curves!
Level of difficulty: Medium (you must know how to make adjustment layers!)
Why, it's like a dream, a wonderful dream come true...
Basically I went from a pencil artist to strictly photoshop. I want to start drawing again, but I want to be able to color the pictures I draw and scan in photoshop. An example of what I want to be able to do is ( Collapse )
However, I want to save it in a new group. For example, name it "my brushes" (that would be the name of the .abr file, and the name that would show up under the brushes drop down box). Basically, I think I need to know how to make an .abr file to put the brushes I make.
I use Photoshop Elements 3.0, but I think the brush part is the same as "normal" photoshop.
I found this tutorial about saving brushes, but it doesn't explain how to take all the brushes I make and turn it into a separate .abr file from the other brushes I currently have.
Please and Thank You.
I used CS2 for this, selective colouring and curves.
The effects you will get depend greatly on the base you start off with.
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from this to this
Uses Curves and Selective Coloring. Not translatable, sorry.
Also included are some techniques for texture use, if you want to learn or pick up some new tricks.
( learn how to )
A very pretty tutorial too :))
To make icons like this:
p.s: I know the icon sucks, it serves as an example :)
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i found those on an xanga called frikinsweeticons
i can make icons but i need more tutorials
i have photoshop (CS2 to be exact)
so how do you make icons that look like these
espiecally the first and last one
hey guys i was wondering how can get that coloring?
credit to (</a></font></b></a>iiicon)
great job by the way.
I think the icon result is quite pretty.
( SEE IT HERE ) + Please comment. Its my first one.
And I use Photoshop CS2.
I've got CS2 and PSP XI.
iCon by mi_do_ri
Question: How do you get those blocks colorful? All I know is to change it with a gradient..
But there's a group of Pirates of the Caribbean icons with this brillant blue coloring. I can't find one of them right now (I don't know why), but I'm wondering if any of you know what ones I'm talking about and how to replicate it. The backgrounds, especially, are a brilliant blue but Lizzie herself wasn't really tinted blue.
I forgot to add: I use CS2
I found some examples...not the ones I meant, exactly, but close enough:
Sorry if this is a silly question.
(credit to tashakalaka)
To achieve this colouring would you just add a few selective colour layers or would you need to do fill layers with different opacities, etc on them?
(credit to hannytah)
And lastly, where are there some textures like this? Sorry it's not a great example, I had one earlier in the day, but I didn't save it and I don't feel like going through my whole history, I've been searching icon sites all day.
I've tried to find some, but all I can find are ones where the grunge is large and blotchy.
I need some that are brightly-coloured with small grungy-ness.
Thanks so much!
Using Photoshop CS here.
I've been searching for tutorials for the coloring of the icons below, but I'm out of luck :( Could someone lead me to similar coloring tutorials please? Thanks in advance :)
I use PSCS2.
Icons made by lookingat.
Written for Photoshop 7
No Selective Coloring
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