Blanche Devereaux (wesaucereyes) wrote in icon_tutorial,
Blanche Devereaux
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1] Prep your base however you usually would. Since the picture I used was of pretty decent quality all I did was brighten the picture up.

2] Duplicate the base, desaturate, and set it to soft light at 100%.

3] Create a Selective Colouring layer and set to the following:

REDS
c: -100
m: 26
y: 100
b: -16

YELLOWS
c: -84
m: 22
y: -37
b: -5

NEUTRALS
c: 31
m: -19
y: -19
b: -28

4] Create another Selective Colouring layer and set to the following:

REDS
c: -87
m: -23
y: -46
b: 26

YELLOWS
c: -45
m: -42
y: 12
b: -19

CYANS
c: -36
m: 24
y: 22
b: -28

NEUTRALS
c: 30
m: 3
y: -11
b: 0

5] Create a Hue/ Saturation layer and set to the following:

MASTER:
saturation: 25

REDS:
saturation: 10

CYANS:
saturation: 10

BLUES:
saturation: 10

MAGENTAS:
saturation: 7

6] Create one more Selective Colouring layer and set to the following:

REDS
c: 12
m: -17
y: -28
b: 19

YELLOWS
c: 1
m: 12
y: 12
b: -5

NEUTRALS
c: 45
m: 14
y: 12
b: -25

Set the layer to Lighten at 45%.


Depending on the picture you use you may have to play around with the neutrals' setting of the second selective colouring layer since it does turn everything white into a light blue hue.

And, for anyone who wants it, here is the psd file.

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