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  • Tracy
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Watercoloring
Does anybody know how to Watercolor "Paint" over a Black and white image?
some areas come out darker, like when you water paint for reals :laugh:
I'm thinking it's in the brush, found something online but thought I'd ask.

  • born2print
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Re: Watercoloring
Reply #1
One way, there's many I'm sure,
 Open the halftone in Pshop, add a layer over it, set to "overlay" and use brushes to paint colors
"Sorry mom, there was a tattoo artist in here talking about getting prints of tattooed penises."  :lmao:

  • Tracy
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Re: Watercoloring
Reply #2
Thanks for the overlay tip!
I found how to create a brush, That part is ok, it's masking and painting, UGH!!!


  • born2print
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Re: Watercoloring
Reply #3
Sounds kinda fun to me  :-[
I miss stuff like that. Getting bored with throwing PDFs around.
"Sorry mom, there was a tattoo artist in here talking about getting prints of tattooed penises."  :lmao:

  • Tracy
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Re: Watercoloring
Reply #4
I'm outta my comfort zone with photoshop

I still have my 1st photoshop project you taught me (framed)
:laugh: It was colorizing a BW photo

  • born2print
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Re: Watercoloring
Reply #5
OK! I wasn't going to call you out on that!  :rotf:  :rotf:
"Sorry mom, there was a tattoo artist in here talking about getting prints of tattooed penises."  :lmao: