Reblogging to reference later.
Also hangin’ onto this!
made a teeny tutorial on how i color for one of my friends. maybe someone else will find it useful too, idk.
Trakoclock asked:Hey, if you don’t mind sharing, I’ve always wondered how you got that soft celling look on your characters in your comic. Any tips? I’m currently working on my own comic and I kind of want to go for a less harsh form of cell shading. Thanks!
A couple people have asked about the way I color things and I’ve been meaning to post a tutorial on it :]. I’ve never been too good at describing my process, but I hope this helps!
I made a slideshow about how to create a fictional character… I got most of the information from the ‘start writing fiction’ (free) course on the OpenUniversity website and found it incredibly useful so here’s a visual version for you :)
A mouth-watering fuck-ton of hand angle references.
By Shadowcross on DA.
I love this tutorial SO MUCH.
Natural Eye Color Chart
Apologies in advance for any spelling errors, I’ll fix stuff in the morning…too tired now…
oh hey it’s a tutorial on glowing stuff I guess…I already made one 2 years ago but I don’t make things glow like that any more :|
…also when I’m manually doing colours I pick things like this as if I was shading.
there’s a lot more I could put in as well, but it really varies on the picture how I do the glow…it is usually just fiddling around with styles and colours though.
Oh hell yes
At first I was like
"Oh, look, it’s skintones."
And then I was like
I think that’s for things like gangrene or bruises or any other circumstance where skin might turn green.
Nonsense, it’s clearly for The Hulk.
those and the purples are neutralizers and undertones depending on the skintone you’re using to paint, you’re gonna need to neutralize and undertone some of the areas to better achieve realism