Copy of Dracula Summary

I started focusing on the cape first because it was something that was the easiest part. I learned that when I want to change colors on different areas of the image, I go to “Adjustments”, and click on “Color Balance”. I make sure that I DON’T delete the color balances because that deletes the color from the image, and turns back into it’s original black-and-white, but when it’s necessary for me to do so, then I press “backspace” key to delete it. I always make sure that I pick the right color on the image, and to not let the color overlap the lines of different areas. That’s why I’m using the lasso tool (pushing “Ctrl” & “Alt” with it) to make sure that almost everything is perfect.

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