Open your drawing up into Photoshop, pretty sure this works with all versions, BUT DON’T QUOTE ME ON THAT. KDSNlgd.
Click your first layer, scroll down and click your last layer while holding shift (that’ll select all of them, duh Homi).
Right click and select the option “Merge Layers”. Also works with “Merge Visible”. “Flatten Image” though, does not, unless you have a background or don’t care much for transparent backgrounds.
Right click and duplicate the layer.
I usually keep the radius around 3-4, but you can do whatever.
Click the layer mode of “Layer 2” and select Soft Light.
THERE! YOU DONE! SOFT AND SHINY AND SATURATED AND AWESOME! (It’s really easy too.)
Hope it’s easy enough to understand!
Long Forgotten Temple of Lysistrata, Greece
…..that’s the Pantheon shopped onto a beach
Lysistrata = is one of the few surviving plays written by Aristophanes. Originally performed in classical Athens it’s a comedy about a woman trying to end The Peloponnesian War by convincing all the women to with hold sexy-times from the menfolk as a ploy to force them into peace talks. Didn’t really work out all that well if memory serves me right.
TL;DR: By title this is a fictional temple of cockblocking. YAY!
i just did a cool thing that i think would be useful if you’re like me and sometimes have a hard time picking colours / a colour scheme for an image
basically i just took a brush with moderate spacing, turned on colour dynamics and set all the hue/sat/brightness to a low (~10%-30%) jitter, picked a base colour, and drew a line down the side of the canvas
it’s sort of like when some people save colour swatches so they can keep their shading consistent, but more for playing around with different tones and lighting on a single surface. it’ll probably be pretty good for skin which is very multi-tonal by nature.
a lot of colours came out that i probably wouldn’t have picked manually, but they still looked pretty cool. and it saves a lot of time because now i have a broad range of colours without having to browse through my pantone swatches or open up the colour picker.
MAGICAL PHOTOSHOP FILTER THAT MAKES PERSPECTIVE GRIDS FOR YOU
Okay, maybe people know about this for awhile already, but I just discovered it last night when I was copy pasting something and instead of pressing Ctrl+V, I hit Ctrl+Alt+V.
Best things tend to happen by accident.
(Except maybe pregnancies, but even that’s arguable)