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    ApocalypticARK is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    And I mean gradients, shadowing, bevel, and satin, which are all wordart functions. I'm passing out. Gnaight Csuti. :3
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    for stealdragon and the rest who want to learn how to make the image in monochrome..

    monochrome means an image having different shades of a single color..


    step 1:
    open the desired image in photoshop








    step 2: go to image > adjustments > hue/saturation (or control+U shortcut) and click it





    step 3: the hue/saturation panel will appear. to make the monochrome effect, click on colorize, default setting usually is like this one.
    hue - 0
    saturation - 25
    lightness - 0



    step 4 : you can always adjust it according to desired effect.
    hue mainly for the color
    saturation to make the color stronger.. (i cant actually find the right word to it.. but please try it to see what i mean...)
    - you'll notice if saturation will be -100 you'll get bw result while 100 means solid color
    lightness - to adjust black and white



    step 5:
    click ok when you're already satisfied with the chose color then, voila!!




    IMPORTANT!!!


    please make sure that you rename the file differently cause this is already a permanent effect once you close and save the file. there is another way of making this kind of technique through masking.. i'll teach them to you soon as i have time.. for the meantime.. try this one... enjoy!


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    Pin this. Somebody. PIN THIS. OMFG. OMFG OMFG OMFG!!! >_< I'm going to try this now.
    So this is how "bros" should be...


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    ApocalypticARK is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Lol rui aya, im too lazy to take screenshots, is just so much easier to just say:
    Quote Originally Posted by ApocalypticARK
    Colorize:
    image-adjustments-hue/saturation: set to colorize
    Or better yet: ctrl+u
    lolol

    But I like to use levels more when it comes to monoshroming, like wat I did with this sig:
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    O_o

    so the trade secrets are finally revealed! i must make a note to try em out on my next long spare time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolpuprocks
    so the trade secrets are finally revealed!
    YES! And I regret it!
    Rawr! XD
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    i do use shortcuts most of the times.. and i agree with ApocalypticARK about levels. like to use curves too.

    but for those who aren't that familiar with photoshop interface, i recommend that you use the long way first before the shortcuts so that if ever you have forgotten (a shortcut) you'll know where to find it. and like what csuti said, better be familiar with different tools.. all effects will follow...^_^


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    I agree that levels take the cake. Saves a lot of time.

    Anyway, anyone want to explain the theory (nothing photoshop specific, just what it is supposed to do, and the instance in which you would use it) behind the dodge/burn tool to me? I tried it out a few times to fix some ugly ass lines, and I really think I could erase and redraw a shitload faster than using this thing.

    Or better yet, say screw raster, import it into a vector program and draw the line myslef true to position and just erase what is left after exporting.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Dodge is for highlighting. Burn is for shadowing. Not for fixing any lines. ^^;
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    Ah. I see. I have been doing that a different way. Old habits die hard. Have to try using burn now. Thanks Ark.
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