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Ink and Photoshop Tutorial--sort of

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Because of the way I work, it's pretty hard to take real process shots. I tend to go over several pages at once and finish them out of order. Still, I hoped this helped a little, or at least gave you some insight as to how I draw :)

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SashaWren's avatar
Huh. This is really helpful! Thanks for showing us your method!
Victorian-Lover's avatar
Can we see some of your crosshatching techniques? I love the rough, scratchy feel you get from it, but I tend to be a bit too smooth to get it down properly. :P
Junedays's avatar
Maybe during winter break. That would make an interesting tutorial.
Victorian-Lover's avatar
I would love it! :) And I can totally wait that long. (wont be too far away, i mean, just last week was May and now it's September O-o.) 
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Junedays's avatar
I'm glad to hear it!
alaztheri's avatar
I like your approach of mixing traditional with digital and creating a well-balanced image, definitely very inspiring :)
Junedays's avatar
Thank you, glad it was interesting :D
ODDxFOX's avatar
this has some great ideas. thank you for sharing your techniques with us, i feel inspired to try something different with my own style now. thank you so
much :D
Junedays's avatar
That's great to hear, thank you :)
maricookie's avatar
Love how you utilize your medium~
WarriorStaerskye's avatar
I had no idea these were done traditionally first and then put into photoshop! It looks amazing :)
Junedays's avatar
Yup, much faster this way. Thank you :)
superhermit's avatar
Thats pretty cool! Helpful too.
superhermit's avatar
So would you say it would be harder to do it all digitally or it just wouldn't look as good?
Junedays's avatar
I don't think I'd ever be able to duplicate the brush effect--in cases of ink and watercolor, I think it's always better to start traditionally, because it's the texture that you're really looking for and want to preserve.
superhermit's avatar
Yeah, I see what your saying.
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