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  • coolstacey101OK i got two question for you ms chibi nuffie one how do you get your lines to look so well rounded and clean with the pen tool in Photoshop second how to make the lines fade where part of the hair is covering one of characters eyes oops i have a third question how do you come up with backgrounds soo unique!?
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    Oh mye, so many questions ;w;

    About inking: I stick to one Brush size for the whole lineart, that’s probably what makes it look clean. Other than that this is pretty much how I ink:

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    (Because tumblr won’t let you view it any bigger…here, some full view links: Step 1 | Step 2)

    The circled option is called “Stroke Path” in Photoshop, when right-clicking your active path you can choose that option to adjust the settings (e.g. use “Simulate Pen Pressure) and change what tool will be used to stroke the path (brush, pencil, erasor etc.)).

    There are a lot of tutorials on deviantArt which explain this way of inking in detail I believe, here’s a small list:

    To create this fade out I simply use seperate layers for the lineart. While inking I often end up having 3 to 10 layers for the lineart. I then erase the parts I don’t need and cut out the parts that will later be covered by hair. I place those parts on a new layer and change the opacity to 15% to 65%, depending on the color of the hair (lower opacity for lighter hair colors, higher opacity for darker ones). For Celeste (from the picture I’m currently working on) the lineart folder looks like this:

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    About the background question… well, on the one hand I read/used to read a lot of different kind of manga who give me quite a lot of background ideas (furthermore I enjoy watching anime, to which the same applies).

    I also own some artbooks, which have even more detailled backgrounds. Browsing landscape photography on deviantArt or simply looking up some photos on google also helps me out with ideas a lot. Other than that I simply draw what comes up my mind first ^^;

    I hope I was able to answer your questions in some way… ;w; I’m sadly not that good at explaining how I draw orz

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Why Crediting is Important

five-nights-five-friends:

whatiscredit:

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What’s supposed to happen

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What’s happening when you don’t credit

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What you’re making them do

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Every artist grow by displaying their work and getting critique. But when their work is spread around without any credit to the artist, AND EVEN MAKES THE OWN ARTIST DELETE IT FROM HIS/HER SITE it lost the purpose and meaning.

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  • coolstacey101OK i got two question for you ms chibi nuffie one how do you get your lines to look so well rounded and clean with the pen tool in Photoshop second how to make the lines fade where part of the hair is covering one of characters eyes oops i have a third question how do you come up with backgrounds soo unique!?
  • chibi-nuffie

    Oh mye, so many questions ;w;

    About inking: I stick to one Brush size for the whole lineart, that’s probably what makes it look clean. Other than that this is pretty much how I ink:

    image

    image

    The circled option is called “Stroke Path” in Photoshop, when right-clicking your active path you can choose that option to adjust the settings (e.g. use “Simulate Pen Pressure) and change what tool will be used to stroke the path (brush, pencil, erasor etc.)).

    There are a lot of tutorials on deviantArt which explain this way of inking in detail I believe, here’s a small list:

    To create this fade out I simply use seperate layers for the lineart. While inking I often end up having 3 to 10 layers for the lineart. I then erase the parts I don’t need and cut out the parts that will later be covered by hair. I place those parts on a new layer and change the opacity to 15% to 65%, depending on the color of the hair (lower opacity for lighter hair colors, higher opacity for darker ones). For Celeste (from the picture I’m currently working on) the lineart folder looks like this:

    image

    About the background question… well, on the one hand I read/used to read a lot of different kind of manga who give me quite a lot of background ideas (furthermore I enjoy watching anime, to which the same applies).

    I also own some artbooks, which have even more detailled backgrounds. Browsing landscape photography on deviantArt or simply looking up some photos on google also helps me out with ideas a lot. Other than that I simply draw what comes up my mind first ^^;

    I hope I was able to answer your questions in some way… ;w; I’m sadly not that good at explaining how I draw orz

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squldward:

finding out one of ur internet friends is hot

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ahahahah dat face xD

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