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How to: Turn PHOTO to SKETCH // Affinity Photo

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Learn how to make a photo look like a sketch. The easiest way to create a Pencil Sketch Look from ANY photo. As always i have some extra tricks in my video. So make sure you watch it full length. The Pencil Sketch Style uses layer bending and adjustment layers to create a very convincing result. 

With my extra sauce you get super deep control over the different colors of your source photo. I also show you how to get shadow effects into you image to the Pencil Sketch looks even better and more interesting :)

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Great Tutorial.
I was looking around to find such a tutorial, and here it is :)
Thank you very much.


Have a nice day.
Ich wünsche einen schönen Tag.

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Could you please tell me how I can get more detail into a sketch? I am trying to convert nature photos into black and white drawings,  and,  although I followed this carefully,  I don't seem to get enough detail to show. 

Many thanks, 

Debbie 

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On 3/24/2020 at 9:58 AM, Jumblemania said:

Could you please tell me how I can get more detail into a sketch? I am trying to convert nature photos into black and white drawings,  and,  although I followed this carefully,  I don't seem to get enough detail to show. 

Many thanks, 

Debbie 

When you finish to set the Inverted Layer, try to increase the contrast and/or to manipulate the curves, to define the lines (adjustments). Then make a Merge Visible layer and duplicate it. Now apply a Detect Borders Layer, then subtract it and adjust with the opacity control. Instead of the paper layer, you can use a fill layer (the color you want). nautiloda@gmail.com

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