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Image to Ink drawing

This is a discussion on Image to Ink drawing within the Before and After forums, part of the Photo Galleries category; A fun project to transform an image into an ink drawing in the style of some foreign comics (first post ...

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    Image to Ink drawing

    A fun project to transform an image into an ink drawing in the style of some foreign comics (first post on this site).

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    Process was simple with
    1) a filter layer, using -> brush strokes -> ink outlines (adjusted to taste)
    2) a hue/saturation layer, to desaturate and darken colours selectively

    The original image was taken around Arab Street in Singapore at the end of the day.


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    Thanks Stéphane for sharing! Keep it up!

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