Part 2 of my MP (Mini Pixel) tutorial, which is on coloring.* The screenshot is included ABOVE the text, so don't get confused. For example, step 2's screenshot is above the text for step 2. Derps. Also, just saying, fave and watch if you think you're going to use this later/found this useful. If you used this and made something out of it, please comment and link me the result so I can go comment on them!Start Part 1Previous Part 1Next Part 3Paint Tool SAI . Photoshop CS6 | Mini Pixel Tutorial | 45 mins - 1 hour
Warning Epic huge file.
Some of you wanted to know how I do my fullbodies. O:
So here you go, hope it's at least a tad helpful even though I don't make much sense, and keep in mind it's a walkthrough, not a tutorial. I'm just showing you the steps. Puhlease use it for reference for your own drawings and not a chance for you to copy. ;n;
I won't share the filters I use to 'soften' the drawings, sorry. ;n;
But the brush I use for lining and sketching is the default marker tool with a few settings adjusted. (among those are the blending and persistence settings that I dragged all the way down to 0 because I don't want the lines to blend with the white underneath. I forgot the rest.)
I use the default pen tool for coloring and shading. Except for the times where I need soft coloring.
I normally use size 3.5 for the lines at 500x500px, and 2-3 (usually 2.6) for the details.
This is a commission for samiesaurus.
Examples of fullbody stuff I draw.