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Post 3+ Months Ago

How did you do that? i would love to do something like that and convert certain textures to have a realistic colour effect such as the flesh surrounding the eye.

What software was it you used as well? i really like that and would love to know how you did that.
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its my eye

changed the saturation settings on a photo i took.

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/18870998/
is the original

it was for a tennis match, i included the oponents piece in the centre of the eye

I dont remember the exact saturation setting, i can take a look if you are more interested in totally recreating it.
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Ok its just a case of changing the saturation settings in the likes of Photoshop?
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i used fireworks, but im sure it does the same thing

// just checked, you lower the hue value, i used -141 in Macromedia fireworks, im sure photoshop has the kind of editing tool
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Aye. Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation.
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Thanks JustG.
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Sure thing. Depending on your Photoshop version, remember that instead of that method, you can also add an Adjustment layer by clicking on the appropriate button in your Layers palette. That way you can mess around to your heart's content, adding multiple adjustment layers and playing with the layer's blending properties, without ever touching your original image.

(Of course, you can also just copy your original image to a new layer before messing with it, but.. uh.. Adjustment layers are funner.) :p

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