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(no subject) [Jul. 10th, 2007|12:16 pm]
Hufflepuff Graphic Studio

deepwonderment
Name: Jess
Age: 22
Programs used: photoshop cs3 recently(but I used psp 8 ps7 and pscs2 in the past)
Making graphics since: 2 or 3 years now
Favorite resources: I have tons of things I use.. too much really but I love hybrid-gensis's brushes
Most used fonts: carnivalee freakshow violation and anglo text to name a few
Link to award gallery (if you have one):
Graphic or icon journal (if you have one):was_all_pretend
Show us up to 3 graphics you made!
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my computer recently went kaput and i haven't made any large HP graphics recently other than for a shop @ hh_florish But I don't want to spread those around until I get it. (I will be today for hogwartsicons. (yaay points!) So here are a few icons I made:

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Using Gradient Maps and Color Replace [Feb. 4th, 2006|09:57 pm]
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keristars
Hi guys! I was messing around with Photoshop CS last night while working on my dolls, and decided to see what some different settings were that I hadn't really used before. I gotta say, the experimentation worked out wonderfully!

Check out the icon I made:


Because I love you guys, I'm going to tell you what I did. Honestly, a lot of the tutorials out there for this kind of coloring never really work for me. They're too set-in-stone without a lot of room to adjust. But I found out how to do it that allows for adjustments.

Mind you, this is an intermediate to advanced tutorial. You ought to have command of basic design principles and also Photoshop tools before attempting it. (There's a fantastic series of tutorials on Photoshop basics over at itut).

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Things I hope to have shown with this tutorial:

1. Color replacement is a simple way to turn ugly/clashing colors into matching colors without tons of work.
2. The "overlay" setting when duplicating layers brightens adds saturation to the colors while deepening contrast.
3. Gradient maps are way awesome for color effects and getting more specific results than layers on multiply or hue or whatever.


love, etc,
keri
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Tutorial: Icon with Inset Picture, ps cs1 [Nov. 24th, 2005|08:13 pm]
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keristars
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[mood |creativecreative]
[music |Chicago - Sean Watkins]

Goal:


Simple instructions:
1. Choose a background image that matches the inset picture.
2. Crop and/or resize picture chosen for inset and past on top of background. Position as desired.
3. Add a brush in a complementary color for outlining or highlighting the inset picture.

Detailed instructions:
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If you have any questions abot why I did something (I tried to explain it all! I hate when tutorials don't explain things), feel free to ask in the comments. I'd also be glad to see how you used this technique, or offer advice on your attempts, like for placement of the inset picture or whatever.


<3 Keri
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(no subject) [Oct. 10th, 2010|08:06 pm]
Hufflepuff Graphic Studio

shayuko
[mood |excitedexcited]

You might belong in Hufflepuff
Where they are just and loyal
Those patient Hufflepuffs are true
And unafraid of toil



Welcome to the Hufflepuff Graphic Studio. This is where the Hufflepuffs of hogwartsishome get together to share their experience and resources. We'll help each other out on our way to becoming real digital artists! Sounds like fun? Well, off to the join button you go!
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