Blanche Devereaux (wesaucereyes) wrote in icon_tutorial,
Blanche Devereaux
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Tutorial 005: Anchal

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Made on PSP 7 with fill layers, curves, and levels. As far as I know it's translatable.


[1] Select your base and do your usual prep. All I did was was crop the picture and set it to 100x100.

[2] Duplicate your base and set it to screen at 100%.
NOTE: If you are using a darker cap or picture you will need two screen layers.

[3] Now this is the tricky part. Create a New Adjustment Layer and select the Curves option. Set it to the follow:

RGB:
point one:
64 Input, 0 Output
point two: 186 Input, 189 Output
point three: 255 Input, 255 Output

RED:
point one:
1 Input, 24 Output
point two: 76 Input, 67 Output
point three: 194 Input, 189 Output
point four: 236 Input, 253 Output

GREEN:
point one:
13 Input, 0 Output
point two: 117 Input, 133 Output
point three: 255 Input, 255 Output

BLUE:
point one:
13 Input, 0 Output
point two: 107 Input, 130 Output
point three: 255 Input, 255 Output

[4] Create a new raster layer and flood fill with #061A2D. Set to Exclusion at 28%.

[5] Create a new raster layer and flood fill with #73DDFF. Set to Burn at 56%.

[6] Create a new raster layer and flood fill with #FFB0ED. Set to Burn at 77%.

[7] Create a new raster layer and flood fill with #B3FFE3. Set to Burn at 81%.

[8] Duplicate your base and bring it to the top. Desaturate the layer and set to Soft Light.

[9] Create a New Adjustment Layer and select the Hue/ Saturation/ Lightness option. Set the saturation to 10.


[10] Create a New Adjustment Layer and select the Levels option. Set the layer to the following:


RGB:
Input Levels: 0, 0.84, 255
Output Levels: 10, 255

RED:
Input Levels: 0, 0.69, 255
Output Levels: 41, 255

GREEN:
Input Levels: 9, 1.00, 252
Output Levels: 8, 247

BLUE:
Input Levels: 12, 0.90, 255
Output Levels: 0, 255

[11] Merge all the layers and your done! If you have any questions please feel free to ask.


Other icons made with this tutorial:



Just remember this is just a guide on what to do so just mess around with the settings for each layer until you find something that works for you.
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