Atashi Wa Sukitte Iemasun (“I Just Can’t Say I Love You”) [English], by Gentsuki

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By Oliver (AKA the Admin) on 19 comments

*fap**fap*fap*fap*fap*fap*fap*fap*fap*fap*fap*fap - Hm ? What ? I was supposed to write a witty description for the image ? Buzz off, I'm too busy, I got no time for that !!!

AWWW ! And HNNNG !
(this would be my reactions to sweet happy sex with love, on the one hand, and the “argh I want to unzip and touch myself ASAP” reflex, on the other hand)

–Update: excellent news, the present post has become obsolete (and so, I remove its contents.).
You can now find this share within
the Henai Heroism tankoubon, 198 pages of blissful hentai awesomesauce :)

I have a Photoshop question…

Please, please, if you’re good with the program, could I humbly ask for your opinion ? You see, I’m facing a riddle making me confused.

This is about the credits picture (link to the original) in the end of the manga.
I’ve had a shock when I opened that image in photoshop (I first wanted to see if the rectangle in the center image was really tainted in green as I thought, or if it was grayscale but my brain was being influenced by the violent blue and red colors around this center image). Instead of the strong blue and red colors, I was shown something entirely different. I meant it, look at this screenshot I made, combining the view with ACDSee and the view with Photoshop !!
I tried various options in photoshop, like converting the image to RGB instead of its CMYK, and then Proof Setup > Internet Standard sRGB, or Monitor, but to no valid change. On the other hand, forcing a re-conversion (from jpg to jpg, yeah) in AcdSee made the image shown in Photoshop as it was already showing in ACDSee and the other programs.

I really fail to comprehend, and it bothers me to no end, to be left not understanding.
(I just noticed, the credits image looks like TOTAL CRAP in my pictures galleries, too. Seriously, what the hell.)

Would you understand WHY this is doing this ?!? O_o

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Silvs
Silvs
9 years ago

Can't say for certain what's causing the color difference, but at a guess it could be the numeric value that is given for the color is the same for the others, but comes up as a different color in photoshop. That or photoshop doesn't have that specific color in its palate and the different color is the closest approximation it can come up with.

Part time commie
Part time commie
9 years ago

It's late, i am bored and tired… need something warm and simple to keep my head straight. And as always, Oliver Delivers.

Hey this rhymes, it should be your new moto. We only need to find a french equivalent for it to be perfect.

loplop
loplop
9 years ago

What PS version are you using? I opened it with CS6 Extended and didn't have any issues.

HurpDurp
HurpDurp
9 years ago

It's because it's a CMYK. That's why you shouldn't ever use it. Editing 101.

The correct color is the one displayed on Photoshop. Windows Photo Viewer also displays it correctly, so I'd suggest using that instead. Silvs is kinda right, but he has it backwards.

Silvs
Silvs
9 years ago
Reply to  HurpDurp

By backwards are saying that Photoshop is displaying it correctly but the others are the ones that don't have that color in their palate and approximating the color incorrectly?

HurpDurp
HurpDurp
9 years ago
Reply to  Silvs

Basically. It’s a bit more complicated than that: it’s not the color, but the model and the programs are trying to convert it to understand the model, resulting in this.

In short RGB or gtfo.

L'autaquou
L'autaquou
9 years ago
Reply to  HurpDurp

"A bit more complicated" is the understatement of the year. :)

Silvs: It's not a question of color palette (Photoshop handles millions of colours), it's a question of interpreting the numbers differently, which is done with ICC Profiles, which many viewing softwares ignore, but Photoshop doesn't, and I'm getting long winded, aaahhh quick! back to decensoring!

For anyone who wants to learn more, look up Color Management and Profiles.

Opportunist
Opportunist
9 years ago
Reply to  HurpDurp

Anyone that has a professional CMYK printer would use the CMYK colour space for all their work or it would print incorrectly.

HurpDurp
HurpDurp
9 years ago
Reply to  Opportunist

Why would you be printing h-manga?

HentaiMan
HentaiMan
9 years ago

In GIMP 2.8.10 (Lubuntu 14.04) the image is loaded with the correct colors (manga in greyscale and purple background). However, as Hurp stated, the colorspace is CMYK and few programs can convert CMYK -> RGB… even Imagemagick (a powerful image viewer/convert/processing library) isn't capable to do that.

JDH
JDH
9 years ago

A great story and awesome art work. I love vanilla!!!

MHM
MHM
9 years ago

Once More ….. http://www.quickmeme.com/img/08/080e02c77fbc5df13

….. and the rest of it is great, too. xD

hoccus
hoccus
9 years ago

Not a huge fan of artists over blushing their females to the point of looking sunburnt lol. I like blushing but only when it's done in moderation and well. Thanks for the shares Oliver.

Ehud
Ehud
9 years ago

Can it be more romantic? Many thanx Oliver. Very nice post.

Masahito Tenkouji
Masahito Tenkouji
9 years ago

Actually, this is the SEQUEL to this one: http://exhentai.org/s/52da945165/554822-116
The PREQUEL, Atashi wa Sunao ni NaremaSun (アタシは素直になれますん。) was published waaaaaaaaay back in the Comic Purumelo 2013-01 issue (that was in fact 1.5 years back, this sequel was in the same magazine's 2014-06 issue), and only got a Korean translation for that one.

Ion
Ion
9 years ago

Unless you’re doing print work.

Anonymous2
Anonymous2
9 years ago

dat ass on the preview :3

Bigre2Bougre
Bigre2Bougre
9 years ago

when I open credits page with windows: http://puu.sh/8Ogz7/0056661f22.jpg

with CDisplay: http://puu.sh/8Ogxy/e2c9f9c688.jpg
even more fucked than your gallery lol.

Oliver AKA The Admin
Admin
9 years ago
Reply to  Bigre2Bougre

My ribs are hurting, lol