Kelsey (helloimkelsey) wrote in icon_tutorial,

#73 - SHINee Tutorial.

Going from:

Translatable = no selective color. Includes .PSD file.

1. Begin with base:

2. Duplicate your base and set the layer to SCREEN (this step usually isn't necessary for this tutorial unless your base is really dark, my opacity is set to only 16%):

3. Create a new layer filled with white (#ffffff) and set the layer to SOFT LIGHT 100%:


4. Create a new layer filled with #ff4462 and set the layer to SOFT LIGHT 21%:


5. Go to Layer>New Adjustment Layer>COLOR BALANCE, enter in:
MIDTONES: -6, 15, -21
SHADOWS: -100, -22, 28
HIGHLIGHTS: 11, 0, 0

6. Go to Layer>New Adjustment Layer>HUE/SATURATION(/LIGHTNESS), enter in:
MASTER: 0, 15, 0
REDS: -6, 9, 0
Leave others alone.

7. DUPLICATE the previous HUE/SATURATION(/LIGHTNESS) layer, but change:
MASTER: -8, 15, 0
Set the layer to 50% opacity

And the icon is done!! If you have questions, comments, or joining/watching of the comm to do, then please do so!!!

Other examples:

>>>.PSD file<<<


Tags: colouring: colour balance, colouring: saturation, program: paint shop pro, program: photoshop, tutorial: colouring

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