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same principles should be used for white. the best example is the ranges of white used for the new Animaniacs cartoon. the character designs use a varieties of white and never a pure white.


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Inkscape 0.47 is really quite old, so those instructions are probably outdated. Best to get the most recent version of Inkscape instead, if you haven't done so already. The Adobe RGB (1998) profile can be downloaded from the Adobe Website In Windows 10, extract the ICC profile from the ZIP you downloaded, then install it by right clicking it and choose "...


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I would... copy the composite image. Create a Photo Filter adjustment layer Paste the composite into the Photo Filter mask Adjust Levels on the mask to boost contrast Choose the Photo Filter color... and play with the density... Kind of the same as Wolff's, but the photo filter slider offers a tad more subtle control.


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For better control with the color I would recommend that you didn't use blend modes to achieve this, but instead used a Solid Color layer with a Layer Mask. It should be pretty easy to convert what you have now: Place a black layer below your "Sparkles" layer. It should now look something like this: Select > All. Edit > Copy Merged. Delete ...


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It's typical for "ancient" ledgers to post on paper in red ink. The expression "in the red" has long meant to be in debt. The association with red ink and negative (subtraction) numbers resulted in this coloration for some calculator designs. Source: lived long enough to remember red ink in ledgers and "new-fangled" calculators.


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I'm sure there could be different approaches, here are couple ideas. Scripting approach. A script would create selections based on blocks and fill them. I made two versions: one fills with average color of the selection, the other selects a color in the center of a block. Results: // using average blur function main() { var img = [activeDocument.width.as(...


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If you don't mind a bit of manual work, then this is feasible Select a soft edged brush, about the size of the small circles inside the flowers. Set the Paintbrush blend mode to "Overlay" Choose a pinkish-red colour, paint over the red crayon Choose a yellow colour, paint over the yellow crayon Choose white, paint over the shadows of the paper ...


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Select the black stroke shape and copy it, Edit -> Copy. Select the black filled shape. Go to Edit -> Paste Into. This will past the stroke object inside the blacked filled shape. Make sure the black filled shape is above the stroked object. Then turn the pasted in object stroke color to white. Sample layer view


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What you want is a "Luminosity mask". It is a selection mask where the selection level is related to the pixel luminosity. For you needs: Make a copy of your layer Colors>Desaturate and make a Monochrome version Colors>Invert so that the dark parts are white You can add a bit of contrast if needed or use Curves to blacken everything above ...


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Select the layer in the layers panel Engage the Lock Transparent Pixels button in the layers panel Do Edit > Fill, choose white as the fill colour


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add a background layer and make it white make sure the layer is behind your logo


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a wild guess: you accidentally clicked the background color icon in the Color panel


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If you want to output this as an SVG, there are a couple of problems. Inkscape (and the SVG format) doesn't support conical gradients, or gradients along a stroke. Inkscape does have a gradient mesh which you could use to fake a conical gradient (see Tutorial here), but gradient meshes aren't supported in SVGs yet. Maybe it will be possible in some later SVG ...


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Your preset has Wetness and some Mix values, wet brushes will never give you the same color on the canvas as on picker (well, maybe after 100-ish strokes). Why it gets desaturated? That's a question to Adobe about the way they made Mixer Brush to mix colors. Sometimes it "catches" colors from transparent areas, sometimes it gets "dirty". ...


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