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Old February 5th, 2017, 01:21 PM
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Changing the colours of lines

Hey guys
I wander if you could advice me. I'm creating illustrations using colour pencils, then I scan and play with colour reversing. However I am not completely happy with the fact that black contours after reversing colours, change into white. I would like to be able to change the white into something else, for example yellow, and to do it with one action for the whole drawing. That's one thing.
After being able to change white into something else, I was wandering if instead of using plain colour to replace white, I could use textured colours.
Im new, so I cant post links, you can find me on DeviantArt as kalpek and see what I mean.
Really appreciate!! Cheers

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Old May 10th, 2017, 05:11 AM
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It can be difficult die to specificity of borders between colours. But the only option I know is to make selection of the area you need, and than replace it with a needed colour or texture. Instead of selection you can use different layers and masking.
As for plain colour there are colour replacement tool in Photoshop. You an find it here: Image > Adjustments > Replace Colour. As I can't post links or images you'll have to find a tutorial yourself.

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You can try to make it perfect by using color balance, levels, curves etc. Another thing is that have you tried to change the color mode to RGB?

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Old June 15th, 2017, 08:56 AM
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I'm not sure I can give you appropriat advice, but I know some nice editing tutorials, maybe they'll be suitable for you, you can find them on FixThePhoto website (sorry I'm also not allowed to post direct links here yet)

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