Comment 80164

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Oct 15, 2009, 10:09:50 AM UTC
Well, what I meant was that you can adjust the light and dark values with photoshop -- make your white actually white and black actually black. There's two ways that Im aware of; one usign the histrogram and the other is the 'levels'. For levels is ctrl+L and I find that a lot easier to use than say ... the histrogram thing. Just something to keep in mind next time when you want to clean up a sketch. And if you want, you can also change the image from RGB to greyscale, adn that gets rid of any colour.

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[Art] Treyson
Oct 16, 2009, 9:26:01 PM UTC on [Art] Treyson
Yeah I know, I use Gimp actually but I adjusted it as much as I could without losing some important detail or making it look worse. And then I just got impatient xD I may fix it more later but for now I'm... tired of dealing with it lol


  • Nov 15, 2009, 8:24:34 PM UTC
    Im not familiar with Gimp, I'm afriad. I use photoshop for everything I do.
    • Nov 16, 2009, 8:36:35 PM UTC
      I used to be a photoshop user but I didn't have it on my new computer, so I downloaded GIMP 2.6 which is a free downloadable program. It's very much like photoshop, almost identical but I seem to have more patience with it.