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Hamish
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26th Mar 08 at 18:29   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Right. Basically can someone do this for me or tell me how to in Photoshop.

Basically i am wanting to turn this image:




into this style of image:



The finished article has to be kept at a high res too

[Edited on 26-03-2008 by Hamish]
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26th Mar 08 at 18:32   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

New layer, draw over by hand the rough outline you want.

I would bet that the image you've posted there was drawn freehand or on a tablet.
Matt L
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26th Mar 08 at 18:35   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

bit like this ?
Hamish
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26th Mar 08 at 18:38   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

How can i draw the outline without going everywhere though as i dont have a tablet
Hamish
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26th Mar 08 at 18:39   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by Matt L
bit like this ?


not realli, i want it to look the spitting image of that pic i posted
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26th Mar 08 at 18:45   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Use paths mate, then stroke over them. That way you dont have to have an uber steady hand.
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26th Mar 08 at 18:46   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I just did this quickly to show you, and iv never done this before either so its new to me lol.All i did was lasso the areas and fill them in with block colours.



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Use paths, or in Photoshop use the polygon selection tool where you carefully click all round the edge one point at time
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26th Mar 08 at 19:29   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Create a new layer, select the shape of the car and colour black.

Create another new layer, set the brush size to about 4/5 (with the fluffy edge) . Set colour to white
Select the pen tool [p], and click to draw over a destinctive feature. Then right click and select stroke path. select brush from the drop down then ok.

Keep repeating for all the destinctive features.

Stimulate pressure for lines that don't close up.

Hope that makes sense
Calum
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26th Mar 08 at 19:32   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Very rough and jaggedy because on the laptop. This what you after though?

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26th Mar 08 at 23:02   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by complex_maze
Very rough and jaggedy because on the laptop. This what you after though?




look's like a smilley
Hamish
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quote:
Originally posted by complex_maze
Very rough and jaggedy because on the laptop. This what you after though?



thats ideal . How did you do it out of interest? Any chance yo can do one at higher res
Hamish
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26th Mar 08 at 23:50   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by complex_maze
Create a new layer, select the shape of the car and colour black.

Create another new layer, set the brush size to about 4/5 (with the fluffy edge) . Set colour to white
Select the pen tool [p], and click to draw over a destinctive feature. Then right click and select stroke path. select brush from the drop down then ok.

Keep repeating for all the destinctive features.

Stimulate pressure for lines that don't close up.

Hope that makes sense

realli am a noob when it comes to PS.

Laymans terms
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Calum
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27th Mar 08 at 00:11   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

^^ sorry, still a bit jaggedy.

Basically just using the pen tool. (press P)
And a brush size of 4.

Using the pen tool, click to draw your path, then right click and select 'Stroke Path'
Hamish
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quote:
Originally posted by complex_maze
Create a new layer, select the shape of the car and colour black.

Create another new layer, set the brush size to about 4/5 (with the fluffy edge) . Set colour to white
Select the pen tool [p], and click to draw over a destinctive feature. Then right click and select stroke path. select brush from the drop down then ok.

Keep repeating for all the destinctive features.

Stimulate pressure for lines that don't close up.

Hope that makes sense

right im starting to undertand this now. The bits in bold are the bits im not understanding. bare with me

How the chuff do i select the shape of the car. Is that using the magic wand?

I undertand the bit about the brush thing now, but whenever i draw lines and then colour them in whatever colour. the pen line in the middle still remains. How do i get round this?
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27th Mar 08 at 10:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Looks like a vector, might have a go tonight if i'm not too busy and just have a play with it

 
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