June 03, 2013

MagicPicker 3.0 for Photoshop adds Tone Lock

Anastasiy Safari has updated his popular color-picking panel for Photoshop with, among other things, the ability to maintain colors’ tone while changing their hue:

Posted by John Nack at 8:04 AM on June 03, 2013

Comments

  • vasgfx — 11:08 AM on June 03, 2013

    I have to say, works best for painting textures and keeping their colors! And color wheel helps too. I’m a long-time Magicpicker user and this panel totally gets better with age, like good wine )

  • PeterA — 11:24 AM on June 03, 2013

    agree! now can’t work at all without MagicPicker. btw just noticed new update also adds color wheel in illustrator. wow! going to try it…

    p.s. developers of magicpicker you rock!!! continue your great job
    p.p.s. John Nack thanks for showing me this

  • John Patrick — 11:37 AM on June 03, 2013

    Seems like a serious addition to PS. And as I see works with AI – interesting! I also noticed color schemes support on color wheel and this Tone Lock can be an awesome feature for keeping colors inside printable color space when painting. Do you support CS4? And Mac? If you do – just take my money!

  • Anastasiy — 9:56 AM on June 21, 2013

    Thank you, guys!

    John Patrick: sure, we support CC, CS6, CS5, CS4 and CS3 on Mac and Windows. And the panel works both in Photoshop and Illustrator.

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