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Regular Pictures to clipart?

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I would reccomend simply choosing two colors, a light an a dark, for every part of the picture, and going over the picture with the brush tool, and later resizing. There may be an easier way of doing this, but this is the simplest I could come up with.

To come up with your colors, simply use the eyedropper tool on an average pixel for an area.

Hope this helps.

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ZizOiz's method is more accurate and better but longer IMO. You can try messing around with Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast or Effects > Color > Threshold to get a rough idea.

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1.Use the color picker to choose a color from the dark part of a portion of your image.

2.Click on the little square above your pallet and click on the next square in your pallet. (if this is the first time, this should be the first square)

3.Use the color picker to choose a color from the light part of the same portion of your image.

4.Click on the little square above your pallet and click on the next square in your pallet.

5. Repeat steps 1-4 for each part of your image.

6. Select the first color, and color the part of the image it's from using the brush tool.

7. Repeat step 6 for each color you chose

8. Resize

Hope this helps

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