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Old 01-03-2011, 07:10 AM   #1
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Hey, I have a question, how do I make those lines around the draw??
I have 2 Examples:



1st: The Lines around the car
2nd: the Lines on the left side from the guy

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Is there an easy way to do it? like a tool or combined action?? or I have to use the Pen Tool??
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Old 01-03-2011, 09:05 AM   #2
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I'm pretty sure you have to use the pen tool, idk if there is any other option, other than doing it by hand with the pencil.
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Yea I use the pen tool. Like in my current. If you click it, you can see a video demonstration of me making it,
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the lines seem to follow the render. What I would be as follows in photoshop:
1) Select the outline for the render (control+click on layer).
2) expand the select by some amount say 5 px.
3) use the border option on your selection. This will be the thickness of the line.
4) fill the line with whatever color you want.
5) after your done using a mask or the eraser, take away the parts of the line you don't want.

Hope this helps. If you still don't get what i'm trying to say I can post screens of the process.
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lol thanks guys... this helped a lot ^^
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