This was an awesome opportunity to learn how to digitize my drawings as I LOVE working with ink and I didn't know how to use the paths and channels in Photoshop before.
Sketches in ink:
I don't use pencil too often, and I just randomly drew what was on my desk and picked a few items from the sketch to create my final piece.
I also didn't really plan in advance on which ink splatter would likely compliment which object, so I just made a whole random bunch, (so I could also use in the other future projects) and made the selections afterwards.
Next time i think I will definitely plan more stuff in advance because the choosing stage took me longer than i'd wanted to to lol
I am kind of frustrated with how the colors seem to change on my screen and on here. This happened with my other Photoshop projects :((
★★★Does anyone know how to fix this?★★★
Jpg file (saved in RGB) (Cooler yellow):
Screenshots taken from my photoshop screen (warmer, yolk-yellow)
with Paper background:
Light Grey solid background:
Candlelight because it's my favourite light to draw with. Raindrops because rain is my favourite weather to art in.
Thank you Tom!
Edit after Tom's Comment:
Saved JPEG from original PSD after simply switching to Monitor RGB : still saves as cool-yellow but show as this colour on photoshop work screen
Saved JPEG from original PSD in Web CMYK: still saves as cool-yellow as well, but shows as warmer yellow on photoshop work screen.
My deduction with this is:
With this in mind, I turned on 'Monitor RGB' mode and manually changed my yellows to a warmer yellow and saved it as a JPEG:
...YAY it worked! I hope this helped others who were struggling as I was! Check out Tom's comments below for more info :))
Edit 2: People who are confused like me, I recommend searching "gamut" on Skill Share