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Photoshop - Brushes + Threshold + Different Colors?

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Howdy folks!

My first time here at these forums. I'm a print/textile/graphic designer and I haven't seen an answer to this question anywhere on the webs.

This is sort of a complicated question. I'll do my best to ask it in a comprehensible way.

I love the hard edges and visual effect of the threshold adjustment layer when I paint on a layer below it, I just want to control what color it uses instead of black. Is there a way I can preserve the adjustment layer, and recolor only the black?

I know I can pull the black out of the channels, make a new layer with that selection, and recolor it from there, but I'd like to see if there's a way to do that without going through those steps.

I appreciate the help!
Date: Apr 20, 2017    Labels: Photoshop


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