Some people have been asking me how I make my morphs, so I thought I’d make a tutorial alongside my “fursona” morph. It wasn’t too complicated of a job, so I thought it wouldn’t be too hard to explain. I’ve never made a tutorial before, so hopefully people can understand what’s going on.
• The final package you download includes a fully layered, renamed, grouped PSD file. • Easy to modify, change colors, dimensions, all text editable. • The PSD file is setup at 1754×2481px (5.8×8.2”) • CMYK 300DPI , Print ready! • Easy model Photo Replacement • The PSD file is very well organized and layers named appropriately. • Only free fonts used (information inside the zip file)
Peach's time! I gotta be honest, this... was... the hardest work up to now, I dedicated like 30 hours (holy Christ!) and after all, it was worth. At first, I didn't feel so realized, but now I'm happy with the result . I uploaded the original, as I did with previous works, free to be downloaded.
Español: ¡Hora de Peach! Tengo que ser honesto, este... fue... el trabajo más difícil hasta ahora, le dediqué como 30 (¡Cristo santo!) horas y después de todo, valió la pena. Al principio, no me sentí muy realizado, pero ahora estoy contento con el resultado . Subí el original, como hice con los trabajos anteriores, libre para ser descargado.
There are probably lots of people that would like to draw black people but don't know how. That can't be helped since many of us began by getting or ideas from existing anime/manga, who rarely have black characters. I couldn't help but share my knowledge with others. This is my first ever tutorial so please don't hunt me down if it's not perfect. If you have any valid suggestions or comments, please feel free to make them.
Now that that's out of the way, let me just say this. If anyone has a problem with me using the term black instead of something more politically correct (i.e. African American) I'm sorry about that. The reason I use that term is because it includes anyone of African descent whether they be American, Brazilian, English, or actually African. Not only that but that's what I grew up with and I'm not very politically correct.
Anyway, I thought I'd make a manga tutorial along with my other 2 tutorials It's mainly directed for those in the manga learning process, or those who are new to digital painting (although I feel as if I haven't done this to the best of my ability, but I'm sharing anyway )
You can find my other tutorials here:
Semi-realistic eye (beginners):
Basic lips (w/ colour palette):
Hope you like Done on Paint Tool SAI on a Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet