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Changing Pattern to solid


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Joseumana44

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I know this is possible but there is no tutorial on how to do it what I want to do is change the fabric on the chair or make it into a solid keeping the curves and shadow there was a post
that showed an example but didnt explain ..The last picture is from the post I saw doesnt explain how to do it just the image
I would be very grateful for someone to help me with this
 

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Try this method

First thing you need to do is open the Fabric image and go to Edit, Define Pattern and call it whatever you want

View attachment 49980

I just used the quick selection tool to select the chair fabric instead of using the color range method

http://www.sitepoint.com/change-clothes-with-a-pattern-fill-in-photoshop/

This is the result I got, hope that helps

View attachment 49977

View attachment 49978

You can also add a Hue/Saturation layer to change the color if you like

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Joseumana44

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Ive gotten the same thing as you to but i was wondering if its possible to get the pattern that is on the chair off because you can still see the first pattern/fabric
Thanks for the helping
 

IamSam

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You can, but it might be a bit of a chore.
Here's how I have done it in the past. Hopefully someone else has a better idea!!!!

GraysonChairOrigGIF_02.gif
 
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