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    Oh my, somebody just illed me with this old thread. But it was worth it

    Nice suprise to find this thread, totaly made my day. And that lite video clip. Yummy.

    Loads of useful tips in here.

    big hugs man!


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    Very nice tutorial killing.people
    I only have one question that i couldnt see in your 3-part movie tutorial.
    How do you color over the greyscale painting with human skin color?
    Do you do a "overlay" layer and merge? Would love to know
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazy
    Very nice tutorial killing.people
    I only have one question that i couldnt see in your 3-part movie tutorial.
    How do you color over the greyscale painting with human skin color?
    Do you do a "overlay" layer and merge? Would love to know
    That's my question aswell.

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    lazy, tag06,

    you must be talking about the steps taken in between video 1 and 2.
    at the end of the 1st video clip, the painting is greyscale.
    at the begining of 2nd video clip, the painting has overlayed colors!

    i have no idea how i did that, ha! i don't remember, it's been so long since i've painted it.

    you could achieve a composite like that with a color layer or maybe an overlay blend mode. or i could have used a multiply blend mode for the actual grayscale layer and paint normal color on a layer beneath it.

    sorry i can't be much help there.

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    Thanks for the tips...

    it really help for me since i brought a new waccom tablet...
    just the cheap one...hehe,

    thanks again...

    keep posting...

    check out my work, give me some comments...
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    Hot DAMN. very comprehensive tutorial my man. You need to keep making these great posts, I can tell you really care about informing your peers and I apreciate it.

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    wow, this tutorial helped me a TON!! my stuff before was horrible, now...not so much! Thanks! Here is what i did in about 45 minutes.
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    wow, thanks to you killing, i found out that changing the colour palette can be a real big help. Just worked with the standard settings till now, never thought that there would be that many different ones

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    What do you know about texturing? I'm working on a painting and I have to texture wings now. I really have no idea how to go about this. I colored a small part of it and, not knowing how to texture, it looks smoothe and polished.

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    One thing to consider when purchasing a Wacom is not only whether you want to be able to make large strokes especially with your arm, but other facets too. For example I don't yet have a scanner at home, but I can trace my rough sketches since my 9x12 is bigger than a sheet of average paper. I personally love the bigger size. Anything over 9x12 would be crazy IMO, but I love this thing to death.
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    wow this is so helpful. thank you for the tutorial!

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    Thank you!!

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    A bad process... thanks for sharing
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    Hey killing.people - maybe this is a little off-topic but since you seem to have a rather deep understanding of ps - is there any way you can rotate the canvas in small increments (say 10 degrees or less) using shortcuts?

    I usually rotate my paper quite a bit when I sketch - I know Painter can do it but I would like to be able to use PS when I get my tablet, since I am more familiar with it.

    I'd like to be able to rotate it say 20 degrees cw, then back, or 10 degrees more, without having to go into that silly 'arbitrary' command box all the time...

    Thanks for your time, thanks for the anatomy link (Rey) and your tutorials!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohjay
    Hey killing.people - maybe this is a little off-topic but since you seem to have a rather deep understanding of ps - is there any way you can rotate the canvas in small increments (say 10 degrees or less) using shortcuts?
    thanks for the comment ohjay,
    i don't know of a feature in photoshop that has been designed specifically for what you're looking to do.

    a hackish way to achieve a quick rotate would be to create a macro script in photoshop using the action menu.

    like this:
    killing.lesson (photoshop)
    * create a new action by clicking the new action button.

    killing.lesson (photoshop)
    * there is no hurry, photoshop records your actions in a step-by-step fashion. assigning a hotkey makes using a saved action easily accessable. when transforming the selection, i used its tool bar to set the rotation to exactly 20 degrees.

    killing.lesson (photoshop)
    * you can edit the action script by deleting unwanted steps in the heiarchy. you can play the script again by hitting the play button in the action menu or pressing assigned hotkeys.

    if you had the money, you could also try buying something like this or this
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    Thanks killing.people, first thing to pop into my mind when I read your reply was 'Now why didn't I think of that?!?!'

    Unfortunately, I tried it out and realised that I am probably after a way to rotate the whole canvas, not just the current layer.

    And even using actions to record an arbitrary rotation of the canvas to say 10 and -10 degrees, for some reason keeps making the file larger _every_ time I do it. So for a sketch starting out at a meagre 900K memory, rotating it ten times back and forth resulted in a 17.1M file

    Yeah, that wacom cintiq looks good. I wonder if I could skip eating for a year or so?...hmm....

    Anyone out there with an intous3 tablet able to tell if this rotating effect I want is possible on that tablet?

    Again, thanks killink.people
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