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    Default Guide to Digital Toning with Photoshop 7

    New article up:

    Guide to Digital Toning with Photoshop 7 by Digipix.

    Thanks to Digipix for sharing his workflow with us!!

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    * togu clap clap clap

    Cheers for Digi!

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    Isn't that some great stuff?

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    Good tut. Well done!

    More adventurous folks can trying using 'Adjustment Layers'. Good luck!

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    These 3 are done in blue toning Thanks Digipix for sharing your techniques!

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    Thanks for sharing Digipix!

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    Nice work.. One thing i dun understand is :
    There is no croping or something of that nature. Why did he put
    2. Wacom Intuos2 12x18 Graphic Tablet & Grip Pen
    as tools used?

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    Originally posted by binbeto
    Nice work.. One thing i dun understand is :
    There is no croping or something of that nature. Why did he put
    2. Wacom Intuos2 12x18 Graphic Tablet & Grip Pen
    as tools used?
    Read the steps carefully dude!

    Here's where the fun starts, the trick lies in STEP 3 -- I set my Paintbrush to be pressure-sensitive for opacity, and gently paint in the area to darken it up. The Wacom pen gives me the control to get the exact amount of darkness I want, exactly where I want it. No pic will look the same even following my steps, as every artist has his own brush stroke, that's what make your pic special.

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    Originally posted by binbeto
    Nice work.. One thing i dun understand is :
    There is no croping or something of that nature. Why did he put
    2. Wacom Intuos2 12x18 Graphic Tablet & Grip Pen
    as tools used?
    Gives him more control when painting the background in the last example.

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    Originally posted by Digipix


    Read the steps carefully dude!

    Here's where the fun starts, the trick lies in STEP 3 -- I set my Paintbrush to be pressure-sensitive for opacity, and gently paint in the area to darken it up. The Wacom pen gives me the control to get the exact amount of darkness I want, exactly where I want it. No pic will look the same even following my steps, as every artist has his own brush stroke, that's what make your pic special.
    Oh i see.. Thanks for pointing it out.. Didn't really register that a pen is used there. Thought a mouse will be sufficient.

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