Photoshop: Colorized Oil Painting from an Old Photo, A Rap Tutorial

Photoshop: Colorized Oil Painting from an Old Photo, A Rap Tutorial


Hi, this is Jeff at Magical Fruit Tuts
In this video, I’m going to show. How to take an old Photo. Patch it -Colorize it – do the Oil Paint Thing.
Cook it up, tweak it, and turn it into Bling. Open up the picture. It’s called Background
in the Pane. Double-Click it to unlock it, name it main. Choose Image-Adjustments, Black and White.
Change Presets to maximum black, and you’ll be tight. Before going further you better check and
see That you mode is set to RGB If you’re thinking of printing this up
300 pixel resolution is good for this pup Clean up the spots I’ve chose for You.
Use the Clone Stamp follow along like I Do. Alt and Click to make it slick
Alt and Click to make it slick Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Ground and don’t look back. Choose 9d 99 81 from the color picker.
Lay down the paint. I’ve sped it up to make it quicker. When painting the Ground is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it backdrop and don’t look back. Choose 22 29 2E from the color picker.
Lay down the paint. I’ve sped it up to make it quicker. When painting the Backdrop is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Wood and don’t look back. Choose 2F 2A 23 from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Wood is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Carpet and don’t look back. Choose 2E 36 43 from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Carpet is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Green Dress and don’t look back. Choose 44 49 3d from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Green Dress is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Blue Dress and don’t look back. Choose 60 68 6a from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Blue Dress is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Skin and don’t look back. Choose 9b 88 63 from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Skin is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Books and don’t look back. Choose 64 59 51 from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Books is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Add a new layer at the top of the Stack.
Name it Pans and shadows and don’t look back. Choose 60 68 6a from the color picker. You should have the painting part down by
now. So I’ll skip the brushwork showing you how. Now that painting the Pans is ended
Choose Color Mode to make it Blended Press Control- Shift – Alt – and E.
A new snapshot layer you will see. Name it Snapshot, that’s the trick
Right-Click then Smart Object you should pick. The Oil Paint Filter, you can choose.
Here’s the settings you should use. If your version is CS5, all is tight
Use Pixel Bender plug-in from Adobe’s Site Color Balance Adjustment Layer You should
choose. Here’s the settings you can use. Levels Adjustment Layer You should choose.
Here’s the settings that you need to use. Vibrance Adjustment Layer You should choose.
Here are the settings that you can use. Now that the tutorial is done.
Hope you liked it and had some fun.

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