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Thread: My next project - BNSF ES44DC in HR livery

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    What i meant was your saturation / fill isn't consistent. Your trucks look like they weren't painted properly, i.e washed out, over sprayed, or bleeding through. I'd suggest selecting the trucks, making them a black and white image and then either using a colorizing tool or a paint bucket fill pick your color, set your alpha (that's how transparant the paint will be applied so as not to loose detail, I use anywhere from 170 to 200 as a value) and adjust the saturation after that. Check the tollerance before you use your bucket fill for color as it doesn't appear the color is being applied to 100% of the texture.

    I assume you're after fairly clean looking textures here as would be expected of a special paint scheme locomotive, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apco25 View Post
    I assume you're after fairly clean looking textures here as would be expected of a special paint scheme locomotive, right?
    Yea, that's what I'm after but I am using the same technique that I used on my CR ES44's. Perhaps this is something you can help me with?

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    What graphics program are you using?

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    Paint Shop Pro v9.00.

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