Registered User上級員 / Jyoukuuin / Sr. Member
- Sep 15, 2006
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Hmm...Yep. The line tool is really sharp, even though I had the anti-alias on. This was my process to do the line art:Fnuckale said:Critique? alright.
Here are the main points:
1. The redrawing is rather obvious on some frames:
On the second frame the redrawing is good, although you removed afew lines there, if you know which ones I mean.
On the 3rd, 5th and 6th frames the redrawing is very obvious because the line-tool is very sharp comparing to the lineart.
2. The lineart is rather bluur, comparing to the raw, because of rotating.
Except for reframing which could be better the page is pretty good.
Thumbs up, hopfully you'll enjoy cleaning your next page better :P
Actually, the re-drawing suggestion doesn't sound like a bad idea, if anything just a little time consuming. Lol, thanks for reminding me about the quick mask. I don't really insist on using the magic wand method, it's just the only method I knew, other than manual cleaning.Fnuckale said:Well for the first question.. that's not exactly how I would clean my frames. I would completely reframe (ie: redraw all of the borders), but if you insist on using the magic selection tool then you can go to quick mask and unselect the areas you don't wanna whiten up (or use the way you suggested which is just about the same thing).
For the second question - you can just level the page (about 80 on the blacks) and although you will have a bit of dust left most of the blacks will be right and stars will be left unharmed (given your raw is like that example page you posted).
For other cases I also suggest combining leveling, then brushing out the dust on the same or a different layer (you can also use some filters such as reduce noise).