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Username GenjoAshley Gender Female
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Cho_Gakkai on August 1, 2005, 1:50:40 PM

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Cho_Gakkaidude Sanzo's taken :P

hobbes on December 12, 2004, 6:58:13 PM

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hobbeshey your art is pretty good!!!
* looks at what pienemien wrote* yeah thats true ^^ *huggles my best real life friend*
well keep up the awsome work!!! see you around bye bye * waves*

Stratadrake on November 3, 2004, 5:29:13 AM

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StratadrakeOkay, you asked what "hue" is in one of your comments. Computers normally measure colors on the R-G-B scale, but there's a second scale, the H-S-L scale. (open up MSP and double-click on one of the colors to bring up the edit color dialog box, then hit "Create Custom Colors", the color grid shown on the right is a visualization of the HSL scale).

The HSL scale works like follows:
- Hue: This dictates whether the base color is red, yellow, green, blue, etc.
- Saturation: How vivid or muted the color is. Sat=0 produces tones of grayscale.
- Lumonisity: How "bright" the color is. Lum=0 produces black and Lum=100% (L=240 on MSP) produces white. Lum=50% (L=120 on MSP) usually produces the most vivid colors.

When you perform a "hue rotation" in Photoshop, you're basically rotating all the colors according to their position on the color wheel, without affecting how vivid (saturation) they are or how bright (luminosity) they are.

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