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> <sigh><br /><br />Another sign of the times, Jim!<br /><br />Andy, read help on mattes. Someone will come along and point you to a tutorial that will help.
>because of the shading of colors
That's what makes it so difficult.
You can try ploughing through the PPro tutorials to find something that works for you, but I strongly suspect you will end up using After Effects.
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It seems that Curt Wrigley had a tutorial on similar. I know that he did one on taking everything BUT to Black & White. I'd search his site:
Wrigley Video Productions and do not limit yourself to Premiere versions. A lot of his older tutorials translate perfectly to newer versions.
I also agree that it would probably be easier in AE, but think you might be able to get close in PrP.
Good luck, and let us know what you find,