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Interesting. I have also used "8-bit Photo Lab" for Android. I almost always have to do cropping and edits in photoshop anyway, so that site has much to little control for me (also annoying ads), but it definitely might help some!
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Cross-stitch pattern in photoshop (with symbols!)
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Balcony Trellis Without Harming Walls
This will adapt very well to a rose trellis I need to put up without drilling into vinyl siding, thank you!
Thank you! I did it! :-)
This is done with the fill tool. I have updated the instructions with some details!
Could you add more detailed instructions for how to apply the grid pattern to the picture? I created the grid with no problem, saved it as a pattern as well. I just can't figure out how to add the pattern to the layer. There's no option for doing that when making the layer, and I tried applying it via the effects, pattern overlay, and could find the pattern, clicked on it, but it didn't show up anywhere accept in the effects box.
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Thanks. I think I tried this early on, but I kept getting wrong answers (not that it won't work, I'm just new to photoshop and probably missed a setting somewhere). I ended up finding a count tool. I was just really confused because I kept getting the same number of pixels for nerely every color. It turns out photoshop runs out of fingers to count on at a fairly low number. I ended up dividing my pattern up into several smaller chunks and using the count tool on each of them. It was tedious, but doable. The count tool is under image -> analysis -> select data points -> uncheck everything but count -> wand select the color -> image -> analysis -> record measurements.
Do you have to buy the premium first to do anything. I have clicked download a couple times and a popup comes up asking me to buy premium when I say no thanks it doesn't do anything else. I don't mind buying if it does what Im hoping it does. and I can figure it out.
Wondering if there is analog to this process in Corel PaintShop Pro Photo X2. Can anyone help?
I'm STUCK on the last step. I get to the part of selecting the color I want to replace, and select it, and then from there I don't know what to do. The next step reads to merge the two layers. I do that and things don't look any different. My color is still there and I don't know where the pattern goes. Please help (I need step by step and where to find the buttons). My Photoshop is CS4
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