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Program: Photoshop CS
Difficulty: ♪♪(pretty easy :/)
Selective Coloring?: nope ^^
.psd?: If needed,yes.

01.
This is our base :D

02.
Duplicate your base and set this to "soft light",100% opacity.

03.
Now we make a new channel mixer layer (layer>new adjustment layer>channel mixer) with the following settings:
Red:
+130
-40
0
0
Blue:
+8
0
+92
0

04.
To make the colors stand out a little, we make a hue/saturation layer (layer>new adjustment layer>hue/saturation),and give it the following settings:
Master:
0
+7
0
Reds:
0
+21
0
Cyans:
0
+33
0
Blues:
0
+23
0
Magentas:
0
+24
0

05.
Now to get the greenish effect,just make a new,normal layer and fill it with a dark red. I used #3C0000. Set this layer to "exclusion" at 100% opacity.

:D And you're done!Easy,right? ♥

Here are the other examples:


Depending on how dark the yellows and reds on your image are,the effect varies. Images with less yellows will most likely look like our final result,whereas ones with more yellows will have results like the last two examples.

If anyone wants the .psd,let me know and I'll put it up ^^
 
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Tags: colouring: channel mixer, program: gimp, program: paint shop pro, program: photoshop, tutorial: colouring
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