resilients (resilients) wrote in icon_tutorial,


Sorry for the previous post, I didn't know rules had changed :)

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1. Duplicate your base. Move it on top and set it to soft light, 100%

2. Go to Layer > New Adjustment layer > Selective color
Reds: +100, +26, +26, 0
Yellows: +100, -32, 0, 0
Neutrals: +38, +12, -2, 0

3. Go to Layer > New adjustment layer > Curves
RGB: input: 91; output: 96
Red: input: 143; output: 143
Green: input: 112; output: 126
Blue: input: 78; output: 67

4. Go to Layer > New adjustment layer > Levels
RGB: 48, 1,20, 255

5. Duplicate your base and set it on top, soft light 44%

6. Add a new layer with this texture. Set it to soft light 70%
(This texture can be found in this set)

You can finish here or made one more step.

7. Add a new layer with this texture. Set it to pin light 100%
(This texture can be found in this set)

You are done ^_^

More examples using this tutorial:

Tags: colouring: curves, colouring: selective colouring, program: photoshop, tutorial: colouring

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