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Photoshop Coloring Tutorial 2 by Apple-707 Photoshop Coloring Tutorial 2 by Apple-707
A quick tutorial I did since the ones I found weren't too good.

How to make lineart transparent, color the lines, and the picture. Hope this will help some people. :D

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Part 1: [link]

Part 2: [link]
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sailoraya Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LOL XD this is helpful and funny at the same time
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71v1 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
All I can say is "I'm using Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended. If you don't have it, go and pirate it immediately."

My sides.
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Darrathualin Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Funny and good tutorial
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HoseAKM Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is the best tutorial I've seen so far! Thanks for your help!
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Floating-Away Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
You've saved me! I've been trying to work out how to colour on photoshop for months! I've got a older version of PS, so I'm having to adapt, but it's working so far! I've done all the lineart, and now onto the colouring stage!
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TomA62975 Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Student Digital Artist
... Burn tool... *eye twitch*... BURN TOOL IS NOT GOOD MAN!
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Sebastian1314 Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Mr. Saturn!!!!!!!
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cyhennessey Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011  Student Interface Designer
Burn tool = big no no for serious shading lol. I guess it works for those will little to now experience though.
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Vorvayne Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
...why? I've heard lots of people say that but lots of googling has not brought me closer to *why* they say it. I can achieve really quite good results shading using the burn tool by turning the exposure down to >10% and just layering slowly. If there is a better method, I'd like to know it.
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cyhennessey Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Student Interface Designer
The main issue is controlling it past the original brush stroke. The Burn tool (used normally) changes the actual pixels. This is generally not a good thing to do, since it means you can't easily go back and change something much later on. What you can do, however, is using a Smart Levels Adjustment layer, bringing down the color to a darker shade, and then using a mask to color it in (the darkness of your brush on your mask determines the opacity of the shading that goes through). At that point, though, it's easier to just shade on another layer with a proper brush and color.
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