Hace tiempo en una pagina que administro en Facebook, me han estado preguntando como coloreo y como sombreo mis dibujos, entonces en lugar de estar explicando persona por persona, preferí comenzar hacer pequeño tutoriales...
Este es el primer tutorial que hago... y como soy tan habladora el espacio no me alcanza para resumir todo lo que intento explicar...
Espero ir mejorando los tutoriales a como vaya creciendo como dibujante.
Tambien espero les les sea de ayuda... n_n y si tienen alguna duda, consejo, sugerencia, critica, etc... pueden dejar un comentario y con gusto les responderé... tal vez algo tarde pero les responder.
I would like to apologize about the low quality of some of the pictures. I used my cellphone to snap them and it was a hit and miss on getting a decent picture.
I put it together after someone had approached me about the boot caps for my Xerxes Break Coplay. After several notes back and forth they suggested I make a tutorial, and I thought why not. I mean, I might not be the only one out there who needs this kind of tutorial and I know there isn’t one. This is the first time I make something like this so I hope it’s easy to follow and the directions make sense. I was able to piece together how to make the boot caps after doing research and reading several wonderful tutorials and insightful threads online. I included a few of the ones that I have found particularly helpful for all and any craft foam armor construction. I highly recommend you check them out if you haven’t.
The surface of the boot caps is not as hard as I was hoping, seeing as there is some give if I push it with my finger. So I would not suggest you run around haphazardly in them if you intend to wear them more than once. Next t I’ll test a different kind of coating like resin or liquid polyurethane (Minwax). Really if I had been able to I would have tried Worbla or Wonderflex instead, but sadly I did not have accesses to those materials and I was/am working on a budget. So craft foam is what I ended up using.
Over all it took me about 2 weeks so finish these due to the fact I could only work on them in short sessions every day, and painting all those layers and sanding is time consuming.
I hope this tutorial is helpful to some, and if you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below and I'll get back to as soon as I can.
Cause i got asked if there are any nice colorful soap bubble brushes for gimp and i couldn't find any, i made those (^_^) Of course they show best on dark backgrounds, but i tested them and they also show nicely on colored backgrounds if those r not too bright All 10 brushes come together in a .zip file, so unpack them and then place them in C\Programms\Gimp2.0\share\gimp\2.0\brushes --> Then refresh ur brushes and there u go (n__n) Have fun with them and maybe show me what u did with them!
Este es el segundo tutorial que subo, es como yo coloreo la piel para que quede semi-realista de mis dibujo del manganime
Disculpen si solo muestro los pasos de la nariz (ademas de que el dibujo es muy grande, y la mitad de la cara abarca toda la hoja, entonces es difícil colorear todo el rostro a la vez), pero es una idea de como hacer la tonalidad de la piel...
Todos los consejos, datos, tips que les doy, no los tomen al pie de la letra, si no tomen pequeñas informaciones y adaptenlo a su estilo... si ustedes delineas sus dibujos puedes usar los mismo pasos... casi no afecta nada al colorearlo. ¡Espero les sea de ayuda! Cualquier duda, consejo, critica, sugerencia es bien recibida, y pueden dejar un comentario con ello... yo les responderé lo mas pronto posible.
Special thanks to Stephanie (aka redheadstock [link]) for allowing me to convert and host this set of brushes she created! Please stop by her site and tell her thanks! She deserves the credit, not me. Please make sure you use these brushes in accordance with the terms and conditions listed on her site.
The original set of PS brushes can be found here: [link]
You can also visit her on the web at this location: [link]
Went to a stallion show. Here's one of those that passed the test and were allowed for breeding SW.
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Some people asked me how I made my Vorpal Blade at Supanova, so I made a tutorial. It's a hobo tutorial though, because I basically just used whatever I had lying around the house. I literally made no new purchases for this, so I'm actually pretty proud, all things considered. I know it's not the best tutorial, Vorpal Blade, or whatever. This is more for me than anyone else.