The Dynamic Auto-Painter (DAP) ‘GrNovel preset’ often leaves blue in the result it gives. Even with straight inked line-art from Poser’s Comic Book Preview renders. Here’s how to remove the blue at source, rather than with the Channel Mixer or desaturate in Photoshop.
1. Right-click the GrNovel preset and open the Template editor.
2. In the window that opens, click to go onto the second tab, and there find and click the Reactor button.
3. This then loads the Reactor Effect window. Dial down the ‘Colour Coverage’ to zero, to remove the blue. Taking the adjacent ‘Colour Saturation’ down to zero may also help speed the effect, as it’s no longer needed (since there’s no colour for it to work on).
4. OK. Save as new preset. Click “Save Main Template”, and you will be prompted to choose a name to save your custom preset under…
While you’re at it, you may want to back up presets that you’ve made. If you also have Photo Reactor (the Photoshop plugin version) your DAP custom presets are at: