Rotoscoping?

Explorer ,
Jan 15, 2022 Jan 15, 2022

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Okay so i used the rotobrush like i was told to by those in the photoshop community. But now how do i get rid of the red top and have it be the black skintone of the rest? Could someone show me visually what I need to do im really sorry for my incompetence but im a visual learner

 

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Jan 16, 2022 Jan 16, 2022

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Since this is cartoon artworek, you pretty much are wasting your time with Rotobrush. Your masking is wrong, anyway. Simply create conventional mask for the red top only on a duplicate layer, then apply a color correcting plug-in like Tritone or Colorama and tweak the value until the reds are brown.

 

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Could you visualy show me how to do that? Im sorry im more of viusal learner

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