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  • How to Lift Lineart

    ionahi:

    i’ve been meaning to make this for a while ‘orz but here is a small tutorial on how to lift lineart from white backgrounds or scanned drawings using Photoshop. I think this method can work all the way back with ver 7.0 but i’m not sure. I’m using CS6 here.

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    How to Lift Lineart using Photoshop

    1) load the piece that you want to lift lineart from.

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    2) invert your piece going to image > adjustments > invert or using the hot key ctrl+i (cmd+i)

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    3) now select all Select > All or ctrl+a (cmd+a) and then copy the image. Edit > Copy or crtl+c (cmd+c)

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    4) next go to your channels tab (if you don’t see it go to Window > Channels to show it). it should look something like this:

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    5) make a new channel. this channel will default be named Alpha 1. click Alpha 1 and paste your image. Edit > Paste or ctrl+v (cmd+v)

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    6) go back to your layers tab and create a new layer.

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    7) while on this new layer, go to Select > Load Selection.

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    8) in the drop down menu, select Alpha 1 and click OK. on your layer, a selection will appear of the lineart.

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    9) using the slection wand tool, right click on your image and choose fill and fill the lines with your desired colour. i chose black bc it’s easiest.

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    10) and viola! you have now lifted your lineart from the white background!!! you can now lock it and change it or whatever you want. c: this process works best with black lineart.

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    end! i hope that this will be helpful for you ;;v;; <3
    <3 ion

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