Adobe Photoshop Pen Tool
I chose Col-Erase Non-Photo Blue pencil, but a wide range of colors will work.
If you have a distortion filter that is reversible you can pre-distort an image, apply an ‘art filter’ to the distorted image, then un-distort the image. The result? The ‘art filter’ is distorted, while the image itself seems undistorted.
Unfortunately not enough Photoshop distortion filters are reversible, but it’s something to play with…
I have a recent two part tutorial on my website: http://johnmalcolm1970.co.uk/tutorials.html
Why ‘desaturate’ may not be what you want. Use the channel mixer (or at least grayscale) instead…
Simple patterns + Layer masks + Random noise = Complex patterns
5 minute howto video
A brief look at two methods of combing colors - additive color, which uses red, green and blue as primaries, and so-called ‘subtractive’ color, which uses cyan, magenta and yellow.
Additive color describes the way colored light combines.
‘Subtractive’ color describes the way colored filters stack up, or the way certain pigments mix.
We usually teach children the ‘subtractive’ method, which uses cyan, magenta and yellow, first. We often simplify and approximate magenta as ‘red’ and cyan as ‘blue,’ so most school children think the paint primaries are red, yellow and blue.
Why do I put the word ‘subtractive’ in quotes? Watch the clip and you’ll know in 3 minutes from now.
I created a few 5 minute tutorials (beginner stuff) here.
- Video 1: Creating a Custom Swatch
- Video 2: Creating a Custom Gradient
- Video 3: Creating Wood Grain
- Video 4: Enhancing Surface Texture
- Video 5: Brush and Photosource Details
- Video 6: Cutting and Stamping
- Video 7: Making Asphalt 1
- Video 8: Cracking Textures 1
- Video 9: Creating Cracked Texture 2
- Video 10: Shadow Map - Adding Depth
I also have one short video tutorial on using brushes here.
You can simulate the halftone process in Photoshop by using the hard mix blend mode.
OOOOOO…:eek: MY HEAD IS SPINING
There are many ways to Colorize Black and White Line Art
…but putting the line art into a layer mask seems very versatile
oh…my god…how you can find much of tutorials:twisted:
Some basic Wacom / brush Photoshop color blending techniques.
this is really helpful list.