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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Coloring De-saturated Tubes Easy Tutorial

Here's a quick and easy to follow tutorial on how to color desaturated tubes. The final result can be found at the bottom of the post! 

Supplies Needed:

Photo Editing Software - I am using PaintShopPro X3 but any version will work.

Tube - I am using "Vanessa Lake" by ©CelinartPinup.  All of her tubes come with desaturated layers for coloring!  Do not use any PTU tubes without proper license.

Let's get started!

First I open up the PSD file containing the tube.  I close off all layers except the desaturated layer group and hit CTRL +  D to duplicate the image so if I mess up, I still have the original!  The colors I will be using will be the ones used in my example.

Let's begin with the lips.  Highlight "Lips desaturate" layer in your layer palette.  Go to Adjust -> Hue/Saturation -> Colorize (or SHIFT + L for keyboard shortcut).  Now we are going to change the settings to get a wonderful light pink color for her lips.  Settings shown below:


You can go even further by going to Adjust -> Hue and Saturation -> Hue/Saturation/Lightness (or SHIFT + H for a keyboard shortcut) and adjust the settings to your liking.  Here's what I used and the result I got (click the preview to view it full size):


Now lets move onto the bow!  Highlight the "Bow desaturate" layer in your palette.   Go to Adjust -> Hue/Saturation -> Colorize (or SHIFT + L for keyboard shortcut).  Now we are going to change the settings to get a wonderful blue color for her ribbon/bow on her dress.  Settings shown below:


Now highlight the "Hair desaturate" layer in the palette.  Go to Adjust -> Hue/Saturation -> Colorize (or SHIFT + L for keyboard shortcut).  Now we are going to change the settings to get a brown color for her hair.  Settings shown below:


I also changed the brightness/contrast settings found by going to Adjust -> Brightness and contrast -> Brightness/Contrast and using these settings (click preview for full size):


Now for the "Hair bow desaturate layer".  Colorize that using these settings:


I didn't mess with the brightness/contrast/lightness on the hair bow.  Now for the "Latex dress desaturate" layer in the palette.  Highlight the layer and colorize it to these settings:


Again, I am satisfied with the coloring without messing with the brightness/contrast/lightness.  Now for the "bas" layer.  Highlight that in the layer palette.  I'm going to make it white using Adjust -> Color -> Channel Mixer with these settings:


Here's my final result (click preview for full size):


This tutorial was written by Ruinations By Hayleigh on January 5, 2014. Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidence.  Do not claim this tutorial as your own!

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