When scanning art into Photoshop, is there a way to remove light blue lines?
I have an image drawn with a non-repo blue pencil, then I went over this with black ink. Once scanned, and opened with Photoshop, what's the easiest/best way to get rid of the blue lines?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
When trying to remove blue lines from a picture, your best option is to work with the channels tab in Photoshop. I've made a mini tutorial for you with a couple of pictures so don't forget to click the links next to the steps.
1) Get your picture out with the blue lines in it. ( http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr346/CaptainRe... )
2) Open the Channels Palette (if it's not visible go to Window >> Channels) and make it so that only the blue channel is visible by clicking the eye symbols to off next to the red and green channels. ( http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr346/CaptainRe... )
3) Your image should not have any blue lines. ( http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr346/CaptainRe... ) At this point you need to select the whole image, copy it, and paste it into a new document of the same size. Make sure after you have pasted the image that you go to Image >> Mode >> RGB Color because when you paste an image after messing with the channels it goes to greyscale format. This will change it back so that you can work with color.
I hope that helps. :)
- HuntleeLv 44 years ago
scanning art photoshop remove light blue lines
- Anonymous6 years ago
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