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Easter Egg Help Again

Posted by jojobee (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 26, 06 at 19:48

Ok I did this tut and now I don't know how to color the egg.

Anyone care to give me a hand?

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Here is a link that might be useful: Easter Egg

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RE: Easter Egg Help Again

Jojo, the tut put the color on the egg further down on the page from her tut:

"Egg front" layer:
Hue: 25
Saturation: 75

On the "Egg back" layer I used the following settings:
Hue: 25
Saturation: 255

For the front of the egg, highlight the egg front layer then goto (psp 7) Colors/Colorize Hue=25 Saturation=75;
(psp 8)goto Adjust/Hue and Saturation/Colorize same settings, hue=25 saturation=75.

Do the same to the egg back layer, be sure to highlight that layer then do the hue=25 and saturation=255.

All this is before you merge layers so if you've already merged, then undo the merge to work on the seperate layers. Hope that helps and I'm off to try this tut ;0)

RE: Easter Egg Help Again......................

I was too lazy to download all her selection files so I made my own and it's not nearly as pretty but I did the layers like the tut said and colorized them with her same settings:

RE: Easter Egg Help Again

I was looking at the Easter Egg tut and I just loved the
purple and lavender one. My favorite colors. The eggs you
all did are so pretty.

RE: Easter Egg Help Again

Thank you Zipper, I knew it would be something simple I was misssing.
I will give it a try.

RE: Easter Egg Help Again

Now with color.

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RE: Easter Egg Help Again

Very pretty. Great work.

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