Nono, it was a harddrive error. It was still in its original PSD format, and lost some of the layers I had made for the final product. They arn't to bad, they were some light texturing that no one bu t me will notice.
But yeah, the final result, plus HDD damage bonus edition, is posted!
awsome!! i have read about this palette thing on almost all the tutorials i've seen, but i can't understand what it is..is it a special little 'late' or something that u can put ur colors on? i can use photoshop quite good i don't understand what and how to use this pallette thing.. can u pleaase explain to me wut it is an how to use it it would be really kind of u.. i ask u as u seem to have alot more experience with photoshop than i do.. anyway iam sorry if iam bothering u with this long comment..
colour pallete is actually a term for different variations of colours. when you refere to someones picture and love the colors you say: you have awesome colour pallete (as a translation: you chose beautifull colours to put in your work) or when you pick colours with which you want to work you can call it a color pallete also.(so it really isnt much different with real traditinal color pallete so this term really has nothing to do with photoshop but is refered to artist itself
Thank you for this! This is really a good way to learn how to color. Just learning how to color is not enough. We need to learn a lot about the colors itself. Better understanding of colours gives us confidence to experiment and use a lot more colors than the usual pallette we use in our art.