TUTORIAL FEBRUARY 13 , 2001
Color Mapping in Synthetik Studio Artist
Basic operations and methods for cleaning up maps
In Synthetik Studio Artist, you can use the Color Map Image Processing Operation to apply the colors from one image to another. But color mapping, like any automated process, isn't always perfect. You might hope to generate a bright orange sky and get a muddy purple instead. Or you might want to turn your sun black, but it comes out red. Today we're going to look at some methods for correcting color mapping in Studio Artist. But first we'll see some of the basic steps to generate a color map and apply it to a new image.
Basic color mapping
1. Color map uses
the color squares to do its work. First we need to generate color squares
from the kitten picture. So launch Studio Artist and select the kitten
picture as your Source Image. You can generate color squares directly
from the source image, or you can set the source as the background of
your canvas and generate the color squares from the canvas, as in the
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