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Posted byJeff
Posted on5/24/03 6:33 PM

It's much easier if you start with a little better image. You have to manualy touch up the uneven color in the primer. And a lot of detail is lost in the dark areas.

If you start with a clean image, just select the area you want to paint, and copy that to a new layer. Then you can mess with different color and hue fills, adjust the RBG, levels, etc. until you get it to look like what you want...

Here's what I could do with your image... I think it's a brighter blue than you asked for, but you get the idea. I had to do a lot of extra stuff to get it to look half decent.

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*question 4 jeff  Sublvr725/24/03 2:42 PM
..Re: question 4 jeff  Jeff5/24/03 6:33 PM
..*Jeff - how did you do this?  Sublvr725/26/03 00:12 AM
...*Magic...  Jeff5/26/03 00:53 AM
....*Oh, I thought you meant use the Magic Tool, lol  Sublvr725/26/03 10:30 AM
..*here is another one  chevydriver5k55/25/03 3:41 PM
...*I think this is the look I am going for  Sublvr725/25/03 4:32 PM

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