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NOTE FOR LESSON #1: if you're using a version of photoshop from the CS collection there will not be a icon of an f in a circle, instead it will be a fx by itself.

a tutorial for *a-little-one :meow: i hope this tutorial makes sense and that this is what you wanted to know ^^; really i only needed to show the first method since that's the one i use the most for making things glow, i only use the other two if they need special colours or there's a layering problem...


oh also, i didn't spell check this or really look through it again that much since usually it ends up making less sense, but if you don't understand something then just comment and i'll try to explain
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See "Part 2?" here [link]
...I've had this done for 2 months :stare: finally uploaded it...

Sort of an updated version of my old colouring tutorials [link] [link]
I've tried to shorten it, but it is technically much longer since I decided to show my method with 3 different programs :XD: oh also, if SBP actually does have something like a clipping mask or magic wand please tell me, I don't actually use it aside from the occasional doodling...

If you have any questions feel free to ask :meow: oh, and try to ignore my horrid spelling...
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Taking the stuff from this tutorial: [link]
And showing how I actually use it in a picture...

Sorry, I'm pretty bad at explaining things...and I'm fairly sure that I spelled a lot of things wrong here...I would've liked to have had a second image with each of these showing the active layer and layer configuration but then there'd be too much stuff everywhere...

oh, and since I forget to mention all the new layers I make here's what I ended up with
-Lines
-Highlights
-Shadows
-Airbrushed shadow and highlight
-Base


Again if you have any questions feel free to ask :)
...probably scrap both of these later...
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Something I put together to answer how I pick colours, you can look at both parts on tumblr here and here.

Sorry if it's a bit long ^^; I tried to compress it more but the text started to be unreadable...or at least more so :stare: oh and try to ignore all my spelling errors, the first part was made just before I went to bed last week, and the second part was made this morning when I woke up...if anyone happens to have anything else they'd like to see a tutorial or whatever on then just ask :XD: heh
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Follow me on tumblr: blog.siemalt.com

Edit 16 November 2013: I can't believe this got 100+ favs within a few hours. Thanks a lot, everyone! :happybounce:

Edit 22 November 2013: Thank you so much for 200+ favs :squee:

Edit 29 December 2013: Thanks a lot for 300+ favs :la:

Edit 30 December 2014: Thank you so much for... whoaaa... 1000 favs! Seriously, ONE THOUSAND FAVS!

So many asked for this, so I did this quite quick.

[PCM]  Soft Wind by the-searching-one

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Moon tutorial -Done in Paint tool SAI ,last step in Adobe Photoshop

Draw everything on the same layer!
1. draw a circle.
2. make some dakr place on the moon.
3. same like step 2 but you use "BRUSH" with "FUZYSTATIC" or "SPREAD" settings .(just type: you can use this setting for drawing clouds).
4. same like step 3 but you use darker colors.
5. same with lighter color
6. create new layer with layer settings "LUMINOSITY" ,brush setting you can see on picture.Use the lighter color and make some glowing around the circle.
7. make a white part on the moon
8. last step i make in Photoshop - i blur edge of the circle with "Blur tool" - if you want edit some colors click in Photoshop ( ctrl+b )

Thank you :hug:

:bulletblue: My newest works
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I'm so sorry for my Engurishuuu really omg :iconomgcryplz:
I'm definitely not good at explaining things :iconcryforeverplz: but still I hope it helps somehow....:iconoelplz:
- Feel free to ask questions! :happybounce: I'll do my best in answering what I know.
- It's not a tutorial suited for beginners with SAI, but if you still want to try, I suggest to search first a tutorial that explains the SAI TOOLS well such as :
- I'm just showing the way I draw stars in SAI, there sure are more ways, and you're not obligated to follow it strictly! *U*
- I'd appreciate linking back something you drew using this tutorial, but it's not obligatory. :thanks::heart:

I'm sorry for that ugly star appearing there and there, I had to draw it. I HAD TO. :iconpapmingplz:

thanks so much for looking! :hug::love:



my starry skies :dummy:
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A new and updated version of my now old as balls bubble tutorial. Now with shinier bubble and section on cel shading (and magical glow!). 

I hope you all have fun making bubbles, if you use my tutorial please do link me to what you made because I'd love to see it!

All feedback appreciated. :)

Here are a couple of pictures where I used these bubble-drawing methods, if you'd like to see them in context: Old Art Re-Redraw - Vaporeon Morph by Electrical-Socket Beluga Mermaid by Electrical-Socket 

Other Tutorials: painting scales with Paint Tool SAI by Electrical-Socket 
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Did one of these before but it's super old now, so might as well make an updated version :U

So yeah this is how I do grass I guess C: also sort of how I do leaves with a few differences

By "old" I mean start of the year but it looks much older woah

Old:

Grass Tutorial OLD by Isihock

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EDIT: Fixed the instructions on step 2 and added some other things too. It should work better now.

I don't usually do tutorials, but I found this fire with its layers still existing that I had done maybe over a year ago and thought why not to make a tutorial out of it. x) Hope it helps someone.

More helpful stuff available through my Patreon!


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