As promised, here's the tutorial. I spent a bit of time on collecting thoughts to include in this, so I hope it's helpful.
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War - Tutorial by *algenpfleger -- Suggester's words: Hannes' tutorial is a must see for everyone. It shows that we have a lot of things to think of instead just go drawing and painting. And his patience and kindness to explain and share his knowledge deserves a highlight, for sure. (
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This is great stuff. I've seen so many tutorials in my lifetime, and I came away with the most useful info with this one. Thank you for putting in the effort to explain so thoroughly. You're a great inspiration, and an even greater motivation.
Pleaz can you help me , i see most of your " tutorial or steps by steps " and i don't understand one things !! My problem is the line-art , I don't understand if it is necessary to leave it whole, just a part or to remove it totally? Because I when I remove it completely, it look like more has nothing > <
( If you helps me has to understand it , I shall really improve a lot that is why I really hope to have an answer )
In the lines portion of the image are you using a non pressure sensitive round brush? They look so clean for something done in photoshop. I'd give anything to see a hi-rez video of you just doing the lines part. I end up creating a line and then cleaning it with an eraser or white brush every time and its an awful habit. I've yet to find a way to get the perfect lines like these. Any advice on linework within photoshop/digital programs in general?
I had the same problem actually. The lines would be thicker here and thinner there, so then I would have to go over it again with an eraser to make everything even. If you're using a tablet and Photoshop to draw on, notice a couple of buttons towards the top of the menu while brush is selected. One is to activate opacity sensitivity, another is flow and the last is pressure sensitivity. Take of pressure sensitivity, select a small brush adequate for line work and your set. Try to draw in long confident lines rather than small sketchy lines to save you time from eventually erasing them. It will also help your accuracy in the long run.
Hannes, I just loved this tutorial! It's pretty good!! I'm searching for a long time for one like these, and you don't know how happy I am to read this! You just helped me a lot! Thank you so much for the patience, it's really nice of you! Thanks again and keep up the wonderful work!