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Old March 31st, 2006, 10:37 AM
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coloring help

i need a liquid mettalic like color on a drawing that im editing in photoshop but i cant figure out how to get it. it would be awsome if someone could quickly explain how or just post a website with a tutorial.

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Old April 3rd, 2006, 08:39 AM
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Hi Ace

U can use a combination of different (a couple maybe) values of blue. Use the Chrome filter for some cool results.

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Old April 3rd, 2006, 09:32 AM
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lol. do this make a new layer first then (Filter>sketch>Chrome) then (Filter>Liquafy) then make it like u want it. then after doing that go to blending options (on the layer "you can do this by right clicking the layer") after doing so go to color overlay pick the color you wouldlike it to be. after doing that get out of the blending options. then (Filter>render>lens flare) set the settings to:
Brightness: 48
Lens Type: 105mm Prime

this will give it a shiny effect. Then it should look like a mattalic effect.
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lol. do this make a new layer first then (Filter>sketch>Chrome) then (Filter>Liquafy) then make it like u want it. then after doing that go to blending options (on the layer "you can do this by right clicking the layer") after doing so go to color overlay pick the color you wouldlike it to be. after doing that get out of the blending options. then (Filter>render>lens flare) set the settings to:
Brightness: 48
Lens Type: 105mm Prime

this will give it a shiny effect. Then it should look like a mattalic effect.

nice one! just make sure you apply clouds or any pattern/gradient you like, before applying chrome filter. (Chrome doesn't work on empty layers, it doesn't work as expected on monocolor layers, liquify does show any change in blank or monocolor layers)

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he has a point. in that case. use your (paint bucket) and use a black color and use it on the new layer before doing the stuff above.

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ill try that out thanks all
but why the laughing??

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(Chrome doesn't work on empty layers, it doesn't work as expected on monocolor layers, liquify does show any change in blank or monocolor layers)

Kenny dear, u still miss the point. Chrome and liquify don't work well with single color so black with a paint bucket would do no good. You need a gradiant or a multicolor layer like with clouds filter. Try it. Best of luck to you too Ace.

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i know its a late reply but i figured out a way to make a good liquid effect
http://www.forumsx.net/showthread.p...5379#post535379
all the colored drawing are what i have taken from black and white to what it is now. (my name for that site is Slade) look at the drawings i have done and tell me what you think and maybe give me acouple tips.

Thanks for the help

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would seem that i am banned from you site lol ... humm wounder how as i have never been there b4? lol
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thanks for the info

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