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DeeVad
01-23-2007, 02:57 PM
Hello,
I work since all a year with painter and I still didn't find a tool of desaturation ( the opposite of "saturation" in "photograph's brushes" ) .
I need it cause I oftenly burn my colors with colors. Someone get an idea ? Thanks !

evanfotis
01-24-2007, 01:00 PM
You can always use the colorize or saturation brush with a gray color and low opacity.

DeeVad
01-24-2007, 01:22 PM
That's make a good solution, I made some interresting test.

I find this too :
Just duplicate the layer, use the image desaturation on all the 1st layer, use the eraser on the second one to let appear desatured area.

But I prefer your solution :) more handy.
Thanks

Jinbrown
01-25-2007, 05:47 AM
Hi folks,

Credit goes to both David Gell and John Derry for this idea as they've both shared desaturating custom brush variants in one place or another. Where, I can't recall now or I'd provide a link. Here's my version based mostly on what I remember of theirs:

1. Choose the Pens' Flat Color variant and restore it to its default settings.

2. In the Brush Controls' General palette:



Change the Method to Plug-in.
Change the Subcategory to Sat Add Brush.
Move the Grain slider to 0%.
Now you should have a brush variant you can use to desaturate colors.

NOTE:

I chose the Pens' Flat Color variant as the starting point because it's a very basic brush variant. If you don't like the Pens' Flat Color variant as the starting point, try another brush variant you like better and see if that works too.



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DeeVad
01-25-2007, 07:02 AM
Thanks Jinbrown !
You found the perfect setting I needed , I could build my ideal desaturation airbrush for desaturate skin of my characters in the shadows ( cause I always paint with marker to much of red on the skin of character ).
Cool setting, thank again.
I edit the first post.

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