DescriptionI never feel right making tutorials because, I don't consider myself a very advanced user of Photoshop. I never feel like I'm in the right place telling other people how to do it.
And I know this isn't an advanced tutorial, but many people don't know how to do this. I also know there are other tutorials out there explaining this exact same thing. . .
I was asked recently how to get the white off sketch images and it reminded me of how often I really am asked that. So have a tutorial for everyone in the future who needs to know.
Daily DeviationGiven 2010-10-12
First of all, I know I am one of the many poor souls out there who have looked a loooong time for an efficient way to get those pesky lines off the paper, and I think this method will greatly suffice for anyone with access to these programs.
Secondly, the trick with the channels is incredibly nifty! The results come out exactly like the scanned image, and that's highly impressive to me. Never seen that before, so I am thankful that you brought it into this community!
Finally, I gotta say, I consider you a pretty advanced Photoshop user. The shading and coloring tutorials you did? Fascinating. I've never seen anything like 'em! Your methods are great: clean-cut and to the point. They seem very effective in getting the job done, while also keeping it fun in the process.
Overall, I think this lineart tutorial deserves ever more praise, forever and ever. Everyone with a scanner and Photoshop needs to see this! Good job, and well done.
I use a different method which is just changing lineart layer's mode to Multiply, but it always felt a little like cheating. Definitely got to test your method!
I never commented when I first saw this tutorial but it has helped me so much so thank you!
All of your line art is always so nice and smooth though - mine always ends up all pixelly and bobbly...I expect it's my dodgy lining skills...
Thank you again!
Drawing small helps me keep my lines smooth, but it's not really the best thing for an artist to get in the habit of doing because it makes it hard to create large prints ;n;
Well I'll be sure to rememeber that advise nd hopefully with more practise I can get another step closer to being 1/1600th as good as you!
(By the way, I'll have to link this tutorial to my friends as I think it would help so many people struggling with lines!)
Oh no! :C What kind of printer is that?
THANKSĦĦ sorry if I write bad English,Im learning