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LearnManga Watercolorsteps Teapot

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:star: I have been asked for some intermediate stages of my coloration technik
but it often depends on the objects and the surface itself. So i thought about some smaller
object based walkthroughs. If there is enough need for this i would think about making
smaller videos where we can concentrate on one object at a time. :D
What do you think? And also what objects do you want me to show you??? :la::la::la:

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MessEngineer's avatar
It's beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial, I'll try it with copics :D
xaviendark's avatar
ayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYYYYYYYY
StarryBrush's avatar
I always have problems with lineart... Do you have any sugestion? :/
OnikaALee's avatar
i sometimes draw traditionally,scan the lineart,and convert color to alpha for the art application
AphelionMars's avatar
Wow, this is beautiful, I love your color scheme and dark contrasts!
kissse's avatar
Thank you! This is amazing Nod 
Teenu-Stock's avatar
Brilliant tutorial, thank you!Hamtaro Mouse Emoji-02 (Kawaii) [V1] 
Manti76's avatar
This is an awesome tutorial for watercolors; I just got back into working with the medium so I'm always looking for improvement :)
Flesh---Canvas's avatar
You gotta make more of these
typintypos's avatar
Oh my shit! This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! Thank you so much for sharing! :iconcuteheartplz:
phob00's avatar
I'm not sure if this is about digital art or traditional but I'll ask the same.. If it's traditional (and it seems to be), between every step you wait it to be completely dry or not?
kanekichigo24's avatar
The first three layers look like watercolor to me so if it is then yes, you would wait for it to dry for each layer. But only if it's traditional of course =] 
phob00's avatar
thank you, I'm so noob with watercolors ;w;
ajtakashi's avatar
Thanks for the easy steps 
HyliaBeilschmidt's avatar
This is really helpful! Thank you so much, it really makes my watercolouring faster, because before, I mixed up the order of steps 2,3 and 4 ^^;

one question, once you have done a step, do you just leave it or do you sometimes come back to it, to add more layers or colours?

and I would love to see a watercolour hair shading tutorial in the future 
Zamarozvannie's avatar
Its so beautiful... •~•
Hinater's avatar
Annie-chuu's avatar
This is so amazing!!! It would be cool if your could do a Learn Manga on scenery, like nature and cities 
CodeMonkeyArts's avatar
That is so awesome!  The contrasts and structure stage really add more to the object!  Fantastic!
Amalika's avatar
Oh thank you so much for this! I always stop at the shading part, and then just add some highlights, but I see that structure and contrasts are very important steps that I didn't even know existed :XD: Great visuals and easy to understand, thank you :aww:
UsagiYogurt's avatar
Wow! Thanks for taking the time to make this.
TortoiseKnight's avatar
This is really helpful. :) Though I can't color because I'm stuck with black inks... still, it's better to learn new things when you can. :3

The upper half of the teapot almost looks see-through, but I guess that's just the lighting.
PhantomStudio-Tommy's avatar
this is great, tho a video  would be better and awesome! always like your watercolors :) 
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