well I found the wand with the plus thingy for psp6 but now it doesn't select everything in the hair or where ever only some pieces. i guess Im just clueless I'll try to use the right click and see if it works and if not oh well there must be other options
But what meanest thou by thy statement, "only for Photoshop"? The GIMPz0r seemest to be the same. Dost thou not acquiesce with mine opinion, even this one?
Ahem...sorry. I actually found this un to be the most helpful (no more pixel clicking! ), contrary to what you thought. Of course, maybe I'm just a dough-head who doesn't experiment enough. Thankee either way!
Very informative and wonderful step-by-step instructions. I know I've said it before but I wish Nanshi would've gave me the instructions like this. But instead it was just, 'click here, do this, do that'. I was like, 'WAIIIIT!! SLOW DOWN!!" But anyway...
May as well point out that if your lineart is above your skin, hair, and whatnot, you can leave them on Normal and have less to clean up. None if you're careful when filling 'em in the first place.
If you're only using black lines, you can just duplicate the lineart and set it to Multiply. Or you can delete the whitespace and keep it on Normal, too, but that takes longer to write about and I'm rather lazy. And bad at explaining things, too.
Also, you might want to add in how to expand and contract selections, that's very useful if you're using ye olde wand of suck.
okay that was a little more confusing then the last two but i think its because im not sitting and doing it while reading. if i have anymore questions or need help i'll be sure to send you a ding hahaha
Awesome as usual. I've always used eraser since I never make my lineart clean though in my practice drawings though. I should try to be more patient and fix up the lineart before massaceringkdhfkjasd it with colors.
Wow. This is the only thing I already knew how to do on Photoshop, albeit for a COMPLETELY different reason. You explain it better than I would, though.
Could you put links to the other tutorials in their descriptions, in case people want to refer to them in rapid succession without having to navigate the infinite expanses of your gallery (which, in and of itself is totally awesome, by the way)?