I needed some time to find a good way to draw flames and since I know that many people struggle with drawing flames as well, I wanted to share my technique with you
Of course many art programs have different names for all the single settings or tools, but in their core they are all the same....you might just need some time to find out where you can find the fitting tools But don't worry, you can also draw flames without all the fancy tools, it is just some more work as you have to shade the flame by hand...
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!
I am sorry for being late with a reply here, there was a lot to do recently!
Which drawing program do you use? But you are right, most drawing programs have these brushes and even if you don't have the PS effects, you can still draw the effects by hand (I have already tried it in another program and it worked )
Yet, the only program I know that isn't very useful for drawing like this, is MS Paint. But well...MS Paint is just good for creating memes and doodles in my eyes
Lol, it's okay.
I was using Krita at the time... but I've switched back to my old program, MediBang. Only difference is back then was on a phone, now on a computer. And honestly, I'm already more at home with it ^^ But yeah if I want to draw fire again I should be able to do a better job.
Well, MS Paint is for that kind of stuff X3
Do you have a drawing tablet for computer? I haven't used MediBang yet, but most drawing programs are veeeeeery similar to each other.
I am totally looking forward to see your results!
Well I finished mine but it was more of like a tiny addition to a larger piece as a whole so I don't think it's worth showing. It looks good though.
Yeah, I'm more familiar with Medibang. Krita was buggy. Medibang is more stable, and while it lacks some features I would have liked, it's already better.