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Using Photoshop for fashion illustrations - Tips & Advice
i wanted this thread to help the people who are new/learning with photoshop..!

some of the people here are great with photoshop as i have seen from the great fashion illustrations posted..

so...just post any tips etc./ to help with fashion illustrations


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some questions, on photoshop can you get rid of the pressure so you have full black/ lines?

and what could you do with a black lined drawing like this one below in photoshop for effects?


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on photoshop can you get rid of the pressure so you have full black/ lines?
What do you mean by pressure?

And as far as effects, do you mean painting or textures? Show some examples and I might be able to tell you how it's done.


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hooorayy!!!

finally a thread on photoshop!

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What do you mean by pressure?

And as far as effects, do you mean painting or textures? Show some examples and I might be able to tell you how it's done.

wow, i love what you've done, its great - how did you do it

and below is a picture of what i mean about the pressure, the top line was done in photoshop and i have to use other programmes to get the line i want on the bottom,...
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So you're using a tablet? What version of Photoshop are you using?

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yeah, im using a tablet and i have photoshop 7...

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OK, I have CS, so my Brushes palette is under Windows > Brushes. The hot key is F5. From there I can go to Brush Presets or Brush Tip Size and what you want is Shape Dynamics, also mess with Other Dynamics. Let me know if this works out for you.

Here is a picture, but this is Photoshop CS. What you want to look for is in the yellow. You also have to select the brush tool to access the palette.


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wow, thanks so much karma for you!! how did you colour the jackets?

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So you got it all working and all? As far as the jackets, that will have to be a whole tutorial I'll have to write sometime. It's pretty in depth. But I'll eventually get around to it.

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what could i do to make this picture better in photoshop..?
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Slap it all together, multiply the hell out of everything. Where it says "London", find some old sign and greyscale it. Then adjust brightness and contrast and then find the "define brush" command. Then use it as a stamp. Think crazy.

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how could i get the background of this picture all white?
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Many ways. Try Image > Adjustments > Levels first. You'll see a little slider thing come up. Slide the white triangle to the left for a brighter tone. If you start losing color, mess around with the grey one in the middle.

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