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blending 3 colors into 1 different color

Apr 10, 2012, 20:42
Post: #1
blending 3 colors into 1 different color
hi guys,

I'm a big newbie if it comes to photo editing and I found myself with a little problem.
in this post I attached a picture, this picture is related to this topic.

If you open the picture and see it u see 3 dragon heads, one white, one blue and one red.

what I am trying to do is make the centre orange and let those 3 colors blend into orange.

that's why the topic name '3 colors into 1 diffrent color'.

I tried things with the circular flashlight effect (sorry dont know the name of the effect)

but the goal is that only the colors change and NOT the background.

does anyone of you have a tutorial for this ?

sorry if this is unclear for you, I just dont know how to explain it that well.

regards


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Apr 11, 2012, 11:06
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RE: blending 3 colors into 1 different color
thanks alot

this was a great help Smile

awesome job there !
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Apr 12, 2012, 10:22
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RE: blending 3 colors into 1 different color
it's me, zhoriax again ...

I found a little problem on the picture, if you look at the posts before u see that every dragon has some kind of tail, one red and two blue ones, one of the blue tailes needs to be white, how do I change that without redoing it all over ?
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Apr 12, 2012, 11:38
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RE: blending 3 colors into 1 different color
problem is, the image is flattened, and if I open the picture as layers, I cant change it
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Apr 12, 2012, 16:24
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RE: blending 3 colors into 1 different color
(Apr 12, 2012 12:27)ofnuts Wrote:  Start over, and learn to never, ever, flatten an image... (always keep the XCF if you spent more than 10 minutes), and use "New from visible" when you need to work on merged layers). Flattening is implicit when exporting to "flat" image formats anyway.
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