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13 August 2007 @ 04:46 pm
 
Tutorial .001 (requested by joraina )

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*Made in Photoshop CS2
*selective color
*curves
*color balance



An extra-file, which you have to download.

.01 Take your base
.02 Duplicate it. Set this copy to screen (opacity- 20%)
.03 Make new adjustment curves
layer ( Layer>New adjustment layer>curves. Press OK)
Then press Load. Select curves
file from downloaded folder .
.04 Make new layer. Fill it with #eabd6f.Set it to multiply(opacity- 15%)
.05 Selective color
layer (Layer>New adjustment layer>s. color layer. Press OK)
Then press Load. Select S.Color layer 1 file from downloaded folder.
.06 New color balance layer. (Layer>New adjustment layer> color balance. Press OK)
Shad: +13, 0, +16
Mid:-28, -15, -16
High: -
.07 Selective colorlayer (Layer>New adjustment layer>s. color layer. Press OK)
Then press Load. Select S. Color layer 2 file from downloaded folder.
.08 Flatten.
.09 Duplicate it. Set it to screen (opacity 20%)
.10 Flatten.

Result:
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-Selective colorlayer (Layer>New adjustment layer> s. color layer. Press OK)
Then press Load. Select S.Color layer 3 file from downloaded folder.
- Add this texture:(by dusty_memories )set it to multiply.
-Duplicate base. Move it to the top of everything. Set this layer to Color burn.
- Add this texture:(by dusty_memories )set it to multiply.

Flatten. Result:


Other examples:

(examples made without s.color layer 3 and the last texture)

Feel free, just ask, if you're confused.
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» anne-sushiultrasushi on August 13th, 2007 09:54 pm (UTC)
Hum, what do we do with the texture layers? Overlay?
sugar_maniacsugar_maniac on August 14th, 2007 06:20 am (UTC)
um.. sorry, i forgot it.. set both textures to multiply ;]
» anne-sushiultrasushi on August 14th, 2007 08:53 pm (UTC)
Thank you!
antinomiesjoraina on August 22nd, 2007 11:16 pm (UTC)
Excellent tutorial! Added to memories. I'm going to have to check out dusty_memories's textures.