At 9/2/13 11:39 PM, Absinthe wrote:
Hey guys, I was wondering how do you set up a uniform color palette window in photoshop? I wanna try to paint something monochromatic and remembered that you can have an entire window of a solid color an about 3 lines of variants. I don't have photoshop installed due to me repairing my computer, but I'm asking just so I don't forget later on.
Hi. Im not aware of that setting but , it sounds like a lot of trouble when you can approach it in a much easier way.
1) You paint the image in the colour you want.
2) You render it with the same colour selected but you set the rendering layers into different modes. Best example would be "multiply" for shading.
Aside from that you can always paint some blobs with the colours you like and then pick them from the blobs , so you are sure you are always picking the same tone. Thats what traditional artists do with their pallete.
Third option is to draw you image in B&w and then add a layer above everything , fill it with "bucket" and then set it to overlay.
There are many easy ways , im sure im missing more. Sorry if i didnt answear your problem , i just feele you are trying to do something easy the hard way :D