Change blue/grey water to bright, colorful water
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1.with your image, first make it 'grayscale'.
2.since you want to add color to the image(Ctrl+C), copy the Black and White image (Select>All or Ctrl+A)
you may X that image out.
3.open a new table; File>New or Ctrl+N
make ure you set the new image to 'RGB Color'
4.Paste back the image onto your new table.
5.Create a new layer.Layer>New>Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N
6.Change the Setting 'Normal' to 'Overlay'
7.get this brush:
8.Set your color to a light blue. i'm going to use 44FCFE
then click a part on water. you can click in the same spot for about 4 times. 7 the max.
9.next you can get any size of the Soft Round Brushes; use any size.
10.you might want to add a neon green on the light blue. to do that you add a new layer Layer>New>Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N
make sure you set it from 'Normal' to 'Overlay'
11.i'm using 42FF00 for the neon green; add it on top the light blue with a 300 pixel Soft Round Brush.
12.this is what my layers looked like at the end.
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this is awesome!
omg...this is sooo cool 8|
how do i open a new table ?
to jesskuhayy; i dont get what your saying. which steps confuse you?
hm, I get lost at the color change part.
I created a new layer, but what do I click to set the color? it keeps coming out just white, but I know I'm not doing it right.
wow that pic looks soo awesome thnx for tha tutorial :)
love the pic
the after picture is stunning.