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Icons: Bright Saturation

This tutorial will show you how to create icons with a bright Saturation effect.

Find an image. I'm using this one:

Duplicate the Background layer by selecting the layer and clicking the 'Duplicate' button.

Then, set the duplicated layer to OVERLAY at 100% opacity.

The resulting image should look like this:



Go Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance
Match your settings:

Click to view full sized image

Make a new Raster Layer and fill it with #FAE59C. Set it to OVERLAY with an opacity of 32%.

Make another Raster Layer. Fill it with #0B7EAB. Set it to DODGE with an opacity of 19%.

Your layers and picture should look like this:




Finally, duplicate the bottom, Background layer and drag it up to the top of the layer list. Set it to HUE(Legacy) with an opacity of 85%.

Your layers should look like this:


Here is my final product:

Enjoy!

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Tutorial made by Neotacular, in Paint Shop Pro 8.

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