This is my first kinda successful photoshop. I was going 4 a C4+C5=C6 kinda thing. Brian and Pat I could really use some Tips on how to do this better. Which tools etc..
"Imagine" where the "light source" is shining from and then remove the paint color to suggest where the light is hitting the car. You can erase with varying amounts; not necessarily 100% of the color. Also, adjusting the lightness/darkness of areas will suggest highlights/shade/shadow.Loggins1 said:This is my first kinda successful photoshop. I was going 4 a C4+C5=C6 kinda thing. Brian and Pat I could really use some Tips on how to do this better. Which tools etc..
Glad to help. I think Pat has a better handle on creating the highlights than I do. But with practice, anyone with vision, patience (insanity), and time can manipulate the software fairly well. Pat's right (and I didn't realize this right away) but the larger photo you start with, the better results you will end up with. In fact, when I started working with the white pilot #2 spy photo (the same one you used above), I copied one from on line. I quickly got frustrated with its clarity and scanned a larger copy from a magazine @ 600 dpi to work on the last one I did.Loggins1 said:Thanks Brian and Pat you guys have gave me great advice im sure to use. when i first started to use this software I thought it would be a peice of cake. But it has turned out to be a welcomed challenge. I will keep you posted on my work.