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« Reply #50 on: January 24, 2010, 21:14 »
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True, but i like variation once in a while :)
Well the main reason is that overwhites (or overblacks) are much easier to clean up by dodging/burning than other colors. After you made a perfect overwhite this way, you can easily isolate the object on a new layer and fill the original layer with your desired color, even a gradient. The only thing you will have to watch out are the few feathering pixels at the edge.


 

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