June 29th, 2008

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Does anyone know how to get the light swirl effect like in this picture here, (made by lightsfadingout) for psp 8 I've seen tuts on how to create it in photoshop but not for one in psp. It's something I've been wanting to learn how to do for a while now but could never quite figure it out. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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tutorial #8: colouring (medium level)

operaticingenue requested a tutorial on how I achieved this colouring (particularly #4), and so this is a brief guide on how to make your average dark/brown/yellow screencaps a bit more vivid in colour.

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Program used: Photoshop CS2 (transferable for most versions)
Uses selective colour, curves & colour balance.
Please note: This tutorial assumes basic knowledge of your program; not suitable for beginners.
I will however be willing to answer any questions you may have.

LEARN HERE @ geeky_ness

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Icontutorial # 35: The Incredible Hulk for PS

This has been done in PS CS3, but should work with most other Photoshop versions. It includes Selective Coloring, but it might work without that step. :)

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They mostly include the same steps when it comes to the colouring, with a few variations on how to prepare the base. Doing my best not to create a mess here. ;)

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playtime (by me)

help with the pinwheel effect

Hi,

I tried searching through the memories already, but I just couldn't find what I was looking for.
Does anyone out there have a link to a tutorial for the pinwheel effect or could they tell me how to do the effect? I remember following a tut. about a year ago to make the background for this banner:

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I use PSP 9. Thanks for any help.
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Help please.

Okay, this might seem like a stupid question and I don't believe it's been asked.

But how do you 'zoom' in on a pic and keep it for the finished product?

I wish I had pics to go off of and show you, but I don't, so hopefully that's explanatory enough. Thanks in advance for any help!