1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 24, 2014 4:13 PM by the_wine_snob

    Changing image format of scanned drawing so that there will be no visible paper texture...?

    pviviani

      Hi I am creating a comic book and am using Photoshop to color in the drawings that I do but the texture of the paper still shows...the obvious answer would be to get textureless paper but I'm wondering what's the best way to fix the ones I've done so far...I scanned the drawings in grayscale (The just 'black or white' setting on my scanner makes the images look all grainy even when at high ppi setting) and I just import the .jpeg file into Photoshop and choose the multiply transparency option. I can get the image to look really good in terms of the contrast of the b/w drawing and the colors that go between them but there is paper texture visible throughout the image and I'm wondering if there's a way to alter the b/w image so that the texture is removed but not to the point where it takes away from the actual detail of the drawing...?

       

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