epic epiphany Posted October 10, 2009 Share Posted October 10, 2009 This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it This tutorial will start at and give us Cool, huh? So how do you do it? Well, first, pick your image and paste it onto an new canvas. Second, duplicate the layer. Run the layer through pencil sketch with 1 for pencil tip size, 0 for range. Now run autolevel until you don't notice a change after running it. Change the blending mode to additive. AHHH! What is that? Don't worry... It'll be fixed! Duplicate the layer. Set the layer to overlay. Open Brightness/Contrast and set it to a low setting for both Flatten Paste the original image into a new layer Set the blending mode to multiply Flatten. Much better! The next part is optional, but can enhance the shading on some pictures. Duplicate the layer Run pencil sketch at the highest settings (20, 20) Set the blending mode to multiply Flatten the image and it should look like this: Tada! Have fun and post your results! EDIT: some one said that the same effect is with the ink sketch... not quite. This is the same picture, but with default outline and full color... Extremely different in my opinion.... Quote Previously dgirl555, but now you can call me epic Oh, and I really like airbrushing photos Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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