Discussion in 'Football Forum' started by B Cantona, Aug 9, 2007.
link doesn't work for me
One of my favourite ones.
yeah me too, it just brings up an empty search page
Would be great
Gotta love phil nev's reaction in this one...true red
Can you do the red shirt thing to this picture or do you need a color image to do it?
Thankyou KingEric, that's now part of my background
And Ole, you can do it (see the early pictures in this thread -- they've been coloured in), it's just a lot more effort.
THE STRETFORD END
They are superb Brad,you are a talented peep,keep em coming!
Didn't particularly enjoy doing this one Ole but here you go:
MANCHESTER UNITED 1958
Glad I could make it difficult for you. Good work though.
It's offical: Brad is my favourite poster.
That was quite difficult actually.
i would suggest graying out the players and coloring in the trophy..
grey out David May
Get well soon
Keep these coming!!!
Good work fbotond.
one of the great threads of all time !!
my first attempt
how do you make the photos , ther is a color difference betwen what you made an the original one....see above the Rooney pic....you dont cut out the original?
A nice picture of Law rounding the keeper, it's a black and white photo originally so have coloured it in, am assuming the shirt he wore that day was red, but seemingly most notable because one arm appears to be short sleeve, while the other appears to be an extremely long long sleeve!
Anyone know a decent site to get pictures off?
Without logos on..
Quality thread, some awsome images there guys.
This one looks amazing!!! How is it done? Using photoshop?
Great idea, and great work Brad.
You should be ashamed of yourself posting up a picture of our tormentor
We've Got Our Trophy Back
how is this all done. Would someone like to reveal it?
If you have photoshop:
- go to layer => duplicate layer
- click the little eyeball on the original layer, so you don't see it while working
- use the eraser tool to carefully erase all the color that you want to show up in the end
- go to image => adjustments => desaturate image
- click the little eyeball again on the original layer to make sure you haven't left anything out
- go to layer => flatten image
- save and you're done
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