CRANKBAIT

Photoshop?

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I am wondering how many of you use Photoshop? Will Photoshop replace my airbrushes? I have free Photoshop crankbait scales if anyone is interested.

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I'm afraid I cannot answer your question. I, for one, use Adobe photoshop to play around with fish photos. If this technique of photo printing would replace your aibrush or not, that I cannot answer as well, because this is a matter of personal preference. I even don't have an airbrush, to be able to compare the 2 ways of doing things.

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Hi

I would be very intrerested in the scales please. You can print to decal paper and apply to the lures that way. I'll pm you with my email :worship: .

philB

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Doug,

Either that or, on the cheap, get a dispossible camera, develpe the film at wally-world, then scan the photos to you pc...:huh: What, no scanner, then fax copies of the photos to your pc... ;) What, no fax/modem card, stop a teenage off the street, have them take a photo with thier cell phone and email the pix to you, then you can play with it on your pc with the FREE trial copy of PhotoShop, or don't....:wink:

Thanks the laugh,

Bruce

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Here's the deal, don't throw away your a/brush for photoshop. You still need to base coat, lay down a base color blend, blend the seams etc. Don't forge iridescent colors, metallics which you cannot print out. Photoshop is mean but not an end to painting.

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