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    So this is one of my Christmas cards, the first to be coloured, and I am not at all happy with how it turned out. Not so much with the colours themselves, but the scanning. No matter what I do, I can't seem to get it to look the way I want it to, i.e. the black bits stay black without making the colours too dark. Is there any way of doing this without going back to the page and adding another layer of black ink onto what's already there? 'Cause I'm running out of ink.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. And feel free to pitch any other comments, critiques, and suggestions my way. (I already know I kinda goofed on the krackle though, so let's not discuss that.)
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    Disregard the first post, I think I figured it out. Had t'use that Curves function that always confused me. There we go; much better!

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