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May 13, 2010

Colorizing with Paint Shop Pro


So what exactly is colorizing? Well, it's a simple effect to make your images look much prettier! It takes an image and turns the whole thing one colour, like this:



What You Need

For this tutorial you're going to need the following programs:
~Paint Shop Pro

The Effect

First things first, you need an image. I've picked this one from the Neopets Background page:

Open the image up in Paint Shop Pro and press "Adjust" then "Hue and Saturation" and then "Colorize". Like this:

Once you've clicked it, a new window will pop up. You need to decide on a colour for your image, I've chosen green. Simple mess with the dials until you get the colour you want and then press "Ok".

Et voila! You're complete!

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