Vicky (noeticquality) wrote in icon_tutorial,
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Program: Photoshop CS3 Extended
Steps: Eight
Difficutly: Medium

Please comment on this entry, there's a few more examples.

1. Open your base. crop it to 100 x 100 Pixels.

2. Duplicate your base and set to Softlight 100% Opacity.

3. Duplicate your base again, drag to the top and set to Luminosity 100% Opacity.

4. Creat a fill layer and flood with 01012e. Set to Exculsion 100% Opacity.

5. Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Selective Coloring

REDS
-58
+29
-13
0

YELLOWS
+100
+72
-100
-46

WHITES
-78
-100
-71
0

NEUTRALS
+15
0
-7
0

6. Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance

SHADOWS
-10
+4
-10

MIDTONES
-32
+20
-22

7. Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Levels

RGB
15
1.04
233

Set to 50% Opacity.

8. Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Selective Coloring

REDS
0
+32
0
0

YELLOWS
+100
-54
-77
0

GREENS
-100
+100
-100
+22

And you are done!

As always play with your settings, no image is the same. 

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Tags: colouring: colour balance, colouring: selective colouring, program: photoshop, tutorial: colouring
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