And how did you do the Sean Phillips trick?
1. Desaturate color photo2. Use levels to make it as close to harsh black and white as possible with as little detail lass as you can juggle into being.3, Go to 'channels', drag 'blue' channel into the dotted line selection circle.4. Invert selection - (shift-ctrl- i)5. Make a new layer6. Go to paths- make work path of selection7. Paths menu- select fill path with foreground color At that point you could select the work path and give it a name or get rid of it if you don't need it any more. You could do several passes and create a variety of work paths. Make several layers and blend them with alpha masks. The detail is also controllable on work paths. If I ever do a noir project, I'll use this technique.
Great jaggy animals, Elz!! Love the figure invention!!Very interesting about the hi-contrast thang....thanks for sharing that!
Thanks Marty. Are you hard at work on some project?
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