Thanks. It is a very simple procedure done in Adobe Photoshop. If you have the program, I can explain it very simply if you'd like.
You select ever area where there is paint. There are many tools avaliable for this, but the automated ones just don't cut it for me, so I do it using the Polygonal lasso, adding and removing bits with the shift and alt key. Once you have it all selected, hit Image>Adjust>Hue/Satiration (select colourize) and fiddle around with the Hue and Sat. Avoid changing up the Brightness at the start. Once you're satisfied, go Image>Adjust>Brightness/Contrast. For Stormy, I needed to add a TON of contrast. Maybe 50pts. Deselect and share with the EliseTalk community.
Here's the second one. I selected all of the CO, changed it to a teal, then pulled the saturation down <10. That gave me this primer grey. Boost the contrast and all of the sudden the reflections and shadows are punched out. Deselect and share.