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Converting Photo to drawing for Coloring Book

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Dec 01, 2019

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I am having problems getting my lines to a consistent level and getting rid of shading on the drawing.  I am new to photoshop elements  Attached are pics of the photo I am using and the results I came up with.  Any tips on what to do to improve welcomed.  This is going to be a coloring book for adults for a cage free no kill feline rescue centeranother try.jpgjanie and camvie.jpg

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Converting Photo to drawing for Coloring Book

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I am having problems getting my lines to a consistent level and getting rid of shading on the drawing.  I am new to photoshop elements  Attached are pics of the photo I am using and the results I came up with.  Any tips on what to do to improve welcomed.  This is going to be a coloring book for adults for a cage free no kill feline rescue centeranother try.jpgjanie and camvie.jpg

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I openend the b/w sketch in PSE Editor, and opened a Brightness/contrast adjustment layer above the Background layer.  Set the contrast slider all the way to the right, and the brightness slider all the way to the left.

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Consider creating this project at a higher resolution. For printing, it is desirable to have the resolution in the 240-300px/in range. Yours=72px/in.

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thanks

 

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You could try Filter>Sketch>Graphic Novel>Hard Edges.

 

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new at all this, So at what step did you use the Filter>Sketch>Graphic Novel>Hard Edges?  Or could you walk me thru the steps please

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I didn't do anything to your posted color image before using Filter>Sketch>Graphic Novel.

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