February 9th, 2008

Phoenix Wright - Faceoff

Mod Post: Rules Reminder

Could everyone kindly read the rules, please?

This morning, on waking up, the first thing I did was delete over a half-dozen posts: "where can I find," links to locked journals, and various resource posts (*.psd and actions, without tutorials attached).

Don't do it! A tutorial TUTORS. It is not a recipe. It teaches someone how to do something, with the implication that there is also some "why" in there.

I am a cranky mod who has just now put the coffee on, so please don't make me delete any more posts today.

Thank you.

(no subject)

I believe this is my first time asking for help rather than just browsing everyone's lovely tutorials, but I've been going for a few hours now and enough is enough. I've tried way too many tutorials here and going it alone hasn't proved much better.

So here I am.

I'm asking for a coloring similar to the icon I'm using right now (which I made but no matter how I fiddle I can't get this image to look even close). 

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Mad Men: Joanie

Tutorial +PSD

I realize what a pain in the ass colouring House caps can be. I mean, they're not the worst the work with but they ARE dark and that can be a beyotch. Sooo, here's another House tutorial. I hope it helps!

How to go from house4x10_0381.jpg image by OperaticXingenue this to this house4x10_03812.png image by OperaticXingenue



*Uses selective colouring
*Involves Curves
*PSD included


Tutorial and psd H E R E @ the

0pera_house

 

 

the kills layour match

What's going wrong???

Hey everyone!!

I recently started making graphics on CS3 on my Mac, and they look fairly good I guess. When I'm done, I convert to JPEG to upload to photobucket, but when i do. I lose all my pretty coloring!!

Can some one help me to stop going from

this (Screenshot of Icon)  to This (Icon on Photobucket)

             


                       
Thanks!!


Everythings fixed now!!!

Thanks!!!

(no subject)

I've decided to make a tutorial of my latest icon, which I'm very pleased with. Just be warned: it involves selective coloring, so it is non-translatable. I use PS CS2.

Today, we are going to go from this:
to:

Here @ my journal!

(no subject)

I recently got PSCS3 and I'm new to using it but i wanted to know how do i crop a picture to an icon size, I use to use Corel Draw Photo-Paint12 and that was pretty simple to use but PS is different and i cant seem to make the image fit into the icon size, Is there someone that has a tut on that,(I mean fitting in a whole image into the icon not just the large image.)

along with this kind of coloring for PSCS3

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nastey and cro_girl880