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    im glad these are useful.

    Originally posted by Big-Dave
    This is a grat technique. I suppose you could use it to reduce values in backgrounds and increase in forgrounds if you were doing B&W landscape too?
    i would imagine so. there are hundreds of tools photoshop has to offer. the more you know, the better off you are, in my opinion.

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    Thank you so much, this helped me A LOT! I didn't know how to colour in photoshop before, and now I know a technique I can practise. Thanks for the time it took you to put this up.

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    Hey Killah do you have anything like this for Painter 6?

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    no sorry, i do not know painter very well. i use painter basically the same way - i am working with getting a more textural feel to my paintings using painter.
    i do have an old tutorial that goes over some mental process, using painter 7, rather than direct technical applications if you are interested:
    http://members.cox.net/wisdim/Tutorial_01.htm

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    thanks for the link

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    i am referring to the ball on the post example, with the shadow. you rough it in with a soft brush--got it. then you sharpen the edges on one side, all of a sudden and make it crisp and clear-- don't got it. how did you do that.

    BTW-- edge mastery is probably the most neglected skill in painted art, IMO.. and this is a great tutorial cause you address it!

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    sorvan: that demo is rather unclear. i was attempting to bring something very simple into light that you could add to your belt of tools.

    killing.lesson (photoshop)

    i was trying to show the effects of a wash, making 4 values out of 2. when this is repeated, you get 6, and so on. i would [edit] NOT [/edit] use this tequique for an entire piece, though it would prove interesting. it is something you should be thinking of when you are making transparent strokes, i hope that helps!

    skatay: there are some great tutorials in this forum if you dig around. i remember raeding some very good ones that address edges as well. i used a hard brush against the edge of a soft, almost like erasing the fuzzy edge. it is rather simple, here is an image to hopefully better help you see what i did:

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    hope that helps!

    peace!

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    thanks!

    hey killing.people,
    thanks that clears some up!
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    Wow, thanks that really helps me. I don't know how to paint on photoshop and this is great for me to learn with. Keep up the good tutes -Peace

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    Lightbulb

    Thanks killing, aside from the gradient technique of the colors I also learned more about PS shortcut thanks again.

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    Just found this piece of highly nifty info. Thank you a bundle! Now really, I've been fiddleing around with PS quite alot, but this brief tutorial enlightened me beyond belief on some aspects. Thanks for sharing!

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    Where Is The Killa?

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