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    b/w painting with a hint of color??? ( digital )

    I've seen alot of b/w digital paintings that have a hint of greens/reds on the lines

    how is this achieved?


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    It would help if you provided us with an example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iambanana View Post
    It would help if you provided us with an example.
    ill search for one

    but i think it read it was something like chromatic aberration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueInstinct View Post
    any help?
    Just post an example. It should not be that hard if you have seen a lot of said arts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinyBird View Post
    Just post an example. It should not be that hard if you have seen a lot of said arts.
    i saw them in sketchbooks

    and now i cant find them ofc lol...

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    If it's chromatic aberration effect you're after, you can try shifting each one of your RGB channels by 1-2 pixel in different directions.

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    Over use of the sharpening button.

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    .... or just go to Filter/Lens Correction, and have fun with chromatic aberration

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    Everyones going to keep guessing until an example is shown lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFierce View Post
    Everyones going to keep guessing until an example is shown lol
    yupp.
    And then later on after this thread is dead we will stumble across an example of what the OP is talking about

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