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Old 10-07-2011, 12:48 AM
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Here is an excersize for Illustration class on one point perspective, original and colorized on PS8

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Re: The Throne Room x-post

Looks super, Greg. I like black and white drawings best, but also like your colourized version.
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Gray, Thanks for the comment, high praise indeed!! Greg
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very good - I too like the black and white drawing best
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Re: The Throne Room x-post

I also did this in watercolor, will post here tomorrow

Thanx for the comment, Greg
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Re: The Throne Room x-post

Hello, I really like the detail on the stone work.

But there are white spaces which in the wood work that mimic the detail in the stone but using such a light color makes it a bit distracting to the eye imo and prehaps a lighter shade of brown (or darker) would help in those spots?

Just my two cents . It's good work
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Re: The Throne Room x-post

Amigone: in Photoshop8, using the paint bucket, it is very hard to get into the tight spaces with color. For actual use in the books I often print off a B&W copy then use watercolor and gouache to 'paint-by-number'. The PS8 does allow mw to play with different colors and see how they look before commiting to an actual painting.

I appreciate your input, thanx, Greg
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In Photoshop, when coloring, if you make a new layer and set it to multiply, then paint on it, it will only draw on the white spaces, completely ignoring the black lines.
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Does that apply PS8? I don't know enough about this program yet, but I keep trying to learn.. thanx 4 the help, Greg
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