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Let there be light! Î TIME LENGTH 3 hours INFO Coneyl Jay is an internationally renowned photographer and illustrator, whose work embraces many aspects of digital image creation. For more information, visit www. coneyljay. com LAYOUT #2 COLOUR ADJUSTMENTS 3 1 You’ll need to clean up the background on the original file, even though it’ll be knocked back in the final stage to avoid any anomalies showing through. You can then bring this cleaned up image into other illustrations. 2 Add a curve adjustment layer and give it a sharp contrast by pulling down the highlights and emphasising shadows.
Select both elements, click Union and the base is done. June 2004 | 41 FEATURE CREATE ICONS THAT REALLY WORK cont’d 13 The illustrative elements used in the icons are created in much the same way and use some more of FreeHand’s useful Xtra operations tools such as the Blend and Expand stroke commands. For this we'll use the ‘Paintbrush’ icon. 16 Once the number of steps has been decided on, click on the Blend and select Ungroup. The exterior steps will ungroup ﬁrst, so click again to ungroup the interior.
Select the image layer and use the Healing tool set to Normal, to remove any spots in the background. Avoid the hairline and ﬁgure, as this curve isn’t suitable for subtle retouching. 4 Smooth out the complexion. First, use the Healing tool set to Normal, with a brush size of around ﬁve pixels. Start removing the bumps and marks, taking care to avoid any high contrast areas as these pixels may be pulled into the retouch, generating an unwanted smudge. If necessary, lasso a marquee around the retouching area, giving it a two-pixel feather.