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Mrs Gordo

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OK what the ever living heck why are you so good at this??

I join in on the banner jealousy. Also where did you get the high-quality images?
 
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WillowFromBuffy
Thank you!
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WillowFromBuffy

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Imagine the Dame as Dracula, y'all. Labyrinth x 10!

I wouldn't describe myself as an Andrew fan, but I think he is a pretty clever character. People like him cause a lot of damage.
 

@GwenRaiden If I want a large area of a picture painted with the same opacity, like if I want Buffy's hair to be blonde, how do I get it even? It turns out patchy. It would be so much easier if a brush set to paint 20 % opacity would set whatever surface to that, instead of adding on top of itself, if that makes sense.
 

GwenRaiden

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@GwenRaiden If I want a large area of a picture painted with the same opacity, like if I want Buffy's hair to be blonde, how do I get it even? It turns out patchy. It would be so much easier if a brush set to paint 20 % opacity would set whatever surface to that, instead of adding on top of itself, if that makes sense.
I'll look later when I'm on desktop. All I can think of is try using a more precise brush, like a small/hard brush. Try adding a new layer set to transparent and paint on that layer, above your other layers. Paint with your brush at 100% and instead lower the opacity of the layer.

I'll try to do a wee tutorial on this later tonight. It'll be on PS and probably an icon tutorial but it should still be helpful.
 

Mrs Gordo

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Imagine the Dame as Dracula, y'all. Labyrinth x 10!

I wouldn't describe myself as an Andrew fan, but I think he is a pretty clever character. People like him cause a lot of damage.
 

@GwenRaiden If I want a large area of a picture painted with the same opacity, like if I want Buffy's hair to be blonde, how do I get it even? It turns out patchy. It would be so much easier if a brush set to paint 20 % opacity would set whatever surface to that, instead of adding on top of itself, if that makes sense.
What I have been doing is selecting all the hair (which takes a while) and playing with the hues or colorizing. Instead of using brushes. You could try that?
 
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WillowFromBuffy
I could, if I figure out how to do it. The recent tutorial was a little complicated.
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