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Guest imported_Tesseract

straight from the Yard

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Guest imported_Tesseract

This post should be on the yard but since it seems that i cant post pics there,i postem here.

 

Tired of using the same colors on your pieces?

Busting your head what colorz will you use on your next piece?

 

Theres a tip:

 

1) scan a piece with a color combination you like(yours...others, doesnt really matter)

 

2) now invert the sucker

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1682931&a=12912257&p=50183488'>

Aaaaaaaabracatabra!!

 

3)If you're using Photoshop the "replace color" and "selective color" commands make it even better.

 

Some more hocus pocus and...

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1682931&a=12912257&p=50183489'>

Oooops i turned a swet into a ces!

(just kidding)

 

Flix originaly posted by Europe.

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Guest imported_SecretAgentX9

damn dude, no secrets are sacred..

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Guest dukeofyork

i dunno, those pieces looked pretty hot before you inverted them and messed with the color...

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Guest cracked ass

My real complaint is with the title of your thread, which hinted at freight flicks and did not deliver.

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Guest SezOneSke&SonsIncCo

nothings and i reapeat nothing is better then an original

whether its a peice of art or a peice of shit!

haha kool post though

 

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Guest platapie

i like them better before you flipped them also.

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Guest imported_Tesseract

You're probably right the pieces look better in their original colors, But the point on this post is not that.It's just a tip on getting ideas about new color combos.

Just that

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thanks, but i figured that out 3 years ago when i just looked at the negatives from the burners i flicked....you don't need photoshop to do it for you.

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