Drawings for all these cools geeks
I’ve been meaning to but it slips my mind. Once I finish lining what I’m working on right now I’ll try to remember to record it, aha.
Thank you for the interest. ;w; I’m glad you like my art so much weh.
Aw, goodness, thank you! ;w;
OKay- I didn’t think I’d do this so soon but hue.
Entry for redrabbu's art contest in celebration of 2k followers (congrats, btw!)
Cael basically would inherit Dax’s mental/physical tolerance and resistance along with be able to detach limbs. Yeah.
Hopefully I did this right. ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ
Yeah. So- I don’t do any sort of tutorials so I’ll see what I can do using a bunch of screencaps, ahaha.
I had to dig around my files for lineart and I picked this thing.
I create a layer above the lineart and set it to ‘clipping group’. That way, whatever I do on that layer affects the lines below it.
Explaining that just in case people don’t know.
I usually have the layer mode as ‘Lumi & Shade”. This mode basically combines what Luminosity and Shade modes do. Which.. they’re fun to experiment with.
So now I get colors together. Most of the time I don’t plan them, and these lines aren’t colored. So to give you an idea —
I basically use three or more saturated colors and blend them using a blur/water tool.
Change the opacity as you see fit.
I color/shaded this quick to show a better example. Here, I’m using the colors that shaded the picture on the lines, then blended.
After, I’ll merge the layer I was coloring on to the lineart. Copy the lineart layer (so there’s two) then make that copy a ‘clipping group’ as well, set to Lumi & Shade, and it’ll do what shows above. I copy my lineart a lot and mess with colors to get the effect I want or.. whatever I think looks neat.
And.. That’s about it.
I hope that was at least interesting and not too confusing to follow, aha.