Making changes in Illustrator


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Making changes in Illustrator

I have saved my changes as Gaussian tattoo.psd found inside the 29_smart_objects folder. Now let's say I want to take those Gradients that are lost in the flames, the dark red light red gradients was what they were, and I want to apply them across the entire tattoo, because I think that looked better than the black, let's say. Well, you might figure that you could pull that off with a layer effect. For example if you went down to FX and you chose Gradient Overlay just to add a Gradient on top of things and we did this unfortunate effect here.

So what if we just screened in the gradient first, we can still see it of course, so we're going to have to go over to Blending Options and say Blend Interior Effect as Group, and that works out pretty well. And that goes ahead and drops out that white that was showing up in his flesh, because we were applying the white to the tiger before we apply the tiger to the flesh, is the idea. So then I go back to Gradient Overlay and I dial in ...

Making changes in Illustrator
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Making changes in Illustrator provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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