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looking for an easy solution to get rid of seethroughs in manga pages, well if there is one. Tried the usual stuff leveling, filters, neat image etc.
So as you can see this guys head is pretty full
Any advice is welcome.
Last edited by dontmakemeangry; May 16, 2009 at 11:14 AM.
When you scan the manga, put black piece of paper behind the page. It'll help you get rid of some of those bleedings . . . >_<"
yep I know that already and the scanlater will do that next time
As far as I know there's not really a solution for that. Cloning over the bleeds is about all you can do. If all the pages are pretty bad you should just get the scanner to redo it.
yeah i know redraw/clone is a solution too, but that takes alot of time and patience
the only problem is with the white and shade parts if on the other page is a black part or shade
Maybe you could try using Dodge mintones/shadows or Burn mintones/highlights. :/
Or the good ol' white brush..., to see through the bleeds make a new level adjustment layer, set the shadow level to 220, some edgy blacks will show up, brush over the bleeds (in a new layer), show/hide the adjustment layer to see the difference......
Easy Solution? Re-scan the pages.
Not sure if this would work, but:
Take the other page and horizontal flip it and line it up with where it shows through.
Then invert the colors and put the layer mode on screen.
Lower the opacity probably.
Delete some parts maybe, because the entire page doesn't seem to be affected as badly.