Hi everyone! ´ 7 ` Please, forgive my pretty poor English... I tried, I swear T_T
Here you are the fourth part of how I made my YOHIOloid contest entry!
In this part I started explaining which tools I use for coloring + layer modes ´ v ` Anyway, if you still have any questions, feel free to ask me! I'll try to reply ~ ´ v `)/
Feel free to comment if you find the whole tutorial useful! It would be really appreciated! Also, if you want to show me if you followed it to make your own illustrations, I would love to see them! ´//7//` Other parts!
I'll probably take a break from doing the tutorial because of college stuff... Currently dying T_T
i was wondering, how do you get that grey background? I've seen in speed paints them being used, and the artist would just color outside of the lines one second and the next as soon as the grey background is gone, the colors outside the lines would disappear! (or is that just me?) lol, and not to bother you with such a useless question, will you make a tutorial on the eyes? >~<
Binary colour actually turns the colours into pixels, like the theshold effect in windows movie maker. To see the effect you have to lower the opacity of the layer. The more you lower the opacity, the more colour levels the layer has.
It's good if you want to render a base for a sharp cel-shaded version of the image you painted. Of course you'll have to use vector layer and the bucket tool to make it sharply cel-shaded.
Sure! <3 I think you just have to work with bigger resolutions! The more pixels and resolutions, the better! Try drawing on a 4000x3000 pixels file :3 You'll se the difference! Also, you should try to do your lineart thinner, or maybe use the brush instead of the pen tool! Hope this helps you!
Screen makes your colors lighter, I have a layer mode that makes colors darker but I can't see the word??? maybe that's the shade mode. Maybe you can improvise and use the multiply mode instead, sometimes it does the trick ^^