finally someone breaks it down for those of us who are makeup challenged.
I can apply it to other things like TREES, SPIKEY THINGS, FUR, FEATHERS, EXPLOSIONS
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
Little HnR things (7/?)
First of all, thank you for the ask! I’ve never had anyone ask me this before, and it took me a while to answer because.. I don’t really have any planned out methods for drawing, so I hope this may help even in the slightest;;
I guess I use brushes mainly for 3 things: lineart for cell shading, coloring, and adding more defined lines to painting. I generally only use the acrylic and ink pen brushes.
With the ink pen, I just use the default setting for thin, crisp lineart.
The acrylic brush is much more versatile for me. I color with it, I line with it, and I also sketch with it. The difference for me is messing with the color blending, opacity mix and color spread.
TO BE HONEST I really don’t know what I’m doing half the time www;; My tip of advice would be: just experiment. Discovering things on your own is better than trying to emulate someone else’s style.
Also, it would be good to get familiar with the short keys for all the different tools. You can even set your own short keys for some tools. It makes a world’s difference while you use it!
not really a tutorial just a few tips;;
i dont think its my place to teach people how to draw arms since im still learning myself? ww
REBLOGGABLE BY REQUSET i’m glad you guys ofund it helpful!
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.