Although I release skins and packs from time-to-time, to be honest I have never used bright to finish them.
Can someone post two skins, one with and one without, so that I can see the difference between the two?
I am just curious to see how bright enhances the finished product.
I am using Photoshop CS2, and I am also requesting that someone post a step-by-step, of how, once I finish a skin, I apply Bright to it.
I know you lot are a good bunch, and look forward to your advice on this.
Many thanks, MP.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">
At the bottom of this tutorial you have two examples.
Note that sometimes (if you have little colors used) there is no real visible difference. But the more colors you use, the better Bright works.
The differences are best in the RAF roundel red and yellow area. Where normal software sometimes gives those strange colors, Bright keeps it clean.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">
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Excellent link, thanks. I guess that's why I never noticed on the 384th skinpack, as it was the US roundel (blue and white) with green camo, so nothing drastically varying. It does make me see why my P-47 with the ETO paintscheme and RAF Roundel was picked up, but without the roundel, no problem.
Thanks for the reply, I can get back to the P-47 and P-38's I'm working on....along with a certain film!
Cheers, MP.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">