Nah lar, its done like this.... Go to a brush and choose a brush type size, usually i use the blurred brush coz mistakes can be masked. Choose "color" from the pull-down box. Use a big brush and left click and hold to decolorize the huge portions. Then use a small one for the edges.hptay said:got other alternative methods?
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hi, jOhO!jOhO said:nightwolf75: no lar..! we're all still learning, certainly i. gotta keep working hard! as for the colour part on b/w, yes there are certain ways, my preferred way is to use history brush, as hptay mentioned. first desaturate ur image with ur preferred way (either using desat command, or channel mixer, or using lab colour but make sure u convert back to rgb). after that go to ur history window, and click the box on the left of the state that it was just b4 it got converted to b/w. click on the history brush and "paint back" the parts u want in colour. essentially, setting the history state with the click in the history window makes the brush paint the part back to that state. hmm.. hope u're not too confused after my lengthy explanation.. ;p