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Thread: Vibrant Colour using layers

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    Lightbulb Vibrant Colour using layers

    Hi there ,this is more of a basic Tip than a Tutorial.For many of you this won't be new either,but I didn't see it listed in here so thought it might help someone.
    So you have finished your painting but the colours look a bit dull?Many Artists that use PS will adjust colour/contrast and levels.
    I found using layers in AR can help too.
    First Duplicate your final layer twice.Then click in "Blend" window apply a Overlay to one and Tint to the other.Here it is upto you on the opacity of each layer,or you might be happy with just the Overlay layer.Another Blend mode I use is "Softlight", but feel free to experiment.
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    Last edited by SCP; 07-15-2009 at 09:23 PM.

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    Image #1 No adjustments single layer.
    Image#2 One adjustment.
    Image#3 All 3 layers.
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    Excellent tip
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    This is very useful, thanks! It's amazing how different the image can look.

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    Very useful to produce dramatic background; thanks for sharing a great idea!
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    Thanks for the tip...This is getting complicated now...

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    Thanks for the tip. This will come in very handy for color adjustments

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    Hey thanks Silentman,Sunflower,wenkat,eleventhhand smoke glad it may be of some help
    weembaman Hehehe thought this was an easy one

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    Thank you for the excellent tutorial SCP. I am looking forward to learning this technique. Really great!

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    Dear SCP, Thank you so much!, really don't like going to PS as other unwanted thing happen there,,, sure am going to try this!!!

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