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Colouring Tut Part I by wyldflowa Colouring Tut Part I by wyldflowa
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Fufufuuu... it was a long time coming~~~ Sorry I went off on a big tanget with the lineart preparing - there's twenty billion tuts out there that tell you exactly the same method...

I apologise profusely for the length of this (it spans two deviations as Photoshop spazzed because the final file was something like 13000 pixels long and 700 pixels wide >_<; ) and the jpeg compression (I wanted to make it as small of a file as possible for you :3). But that compression is killing my eyes... I'll re-upload if it's a problem for anyone.


Please comment or send a note if you're unsure of anything~~~! If you don't ask you'll never know! ^_^


Please do not edit or redistribute outside of Deviantart. Thank you~~~


This tutorial and Sundae (that pwetty elf *points*) are copyright to ME.


OH! One last thing I forgot to mention! THE BURN TOOL IS EVIL! Don't use it! Your picture will just end up brown and nasty! ^^;
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:icontakk-ether:
I was wondering, do you do anything in particular to the lineart before scanning it? I always try to scan in my work, but it always looks so... bad after it scanned in. Half of the lines were gone, the scanner practically whitewashed the page, and I was just wondering if, whenever you may have the time in your schedule, do you think you could make a tutorial for lineart and/or scanning? Yours looks so good before you started the coloring, and I'd like to know how. :3 If not, that's fine, too! I'd even appreciate it if you could perhaps point me in the direction of a proper tutorial that could help out. Also, I love your work and thanks so much for this tutorial! I know it takes a while to make them. It's very helpful. :)
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:iconpinkcaribou:
Wonderful tut! I love your work and your shading is phenomenal :) Thanks for taking the time to make this for people like me!
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:icondaisukidesu-panchoco:
gracias esto me ayudara mucho =D
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:iconpakipaki-yuki:
I have a question, how do you get you lineart to look so smooth, (T_T) mines always looks so sketchy, it so sketchy that when I use my blur it you can still see the sketchy ness
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:iconkeisuka:
i got a question how can u make brush look like that i can only get one brush to do that how can i get all the brush to do that?
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:iconkaiotk:
=oooooo OMG. Im following this at the moment, with my dedicated drawing *hintHint* Cause youve truley inspired me! Its turned out really awesome thanks to this tut! Wow! Ily, thank you thank you!
is this tut aimed at lazy bones like me?HAHA
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:iconmymilkiaen:
mymilkiaen Dec 28, 2007   General Artist
Mmm!You have a very efficient style of colouring!Awesome :D
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:iconchickeybaby777:
how do you get the outline to look so crisp and cleean? =D

and thanks! i used it on my latest drawing... hmm i should probably link you... *fixes it*

thanks again n_n
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:iconcopkid:
Ohh, I really needed this!
Thanks~!

And beautifully done as well ;)
<33
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:iconvampirehunters:
VampireHunterS Sep 17, 2007
um is there a good coloring brush for CS2?D:
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