New B&W Color

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  1. Ysarex

    Ysarex Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I've been using Photoshop's Tritone function with spot colors to create some new B&W tints. Here's my most recent that I rather like -- a variegated hydrangea.

    Joe

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    I like this tint...just ever so slightly warm. NICE!
     
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    Ysarex Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks. It's hard to describe the difference between this and just using Hue-Saturation to add some color but to me this looks better. What I'm doing is mixing three ink colors and working the curves between them. This one is below:

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    I've got a couple now that I like.

    Joe
     
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