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Runee Tutorial 3-Clean Up by runeechan Runee Tutorial 3-Clean Up by runeechan
I feel this one isn't as helpful. But it IS necessary for you to know. Yeah.....


Here's a link to all the previous Tutorials
Runee Tutorial 1
Runee Tutorial 2
Runee Tutorial 2.5
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NinjaTaf Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2009
Awesome!! Thanks Runee!
kokoronagomu Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this is just so helpful!! before i saw this i didn't know exactly what that little 'magic wand' did (i don't have the patience to read instructions-- the pictures helped).

thank you sooo much!!
vampsonic Featured By Owner May 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
um one question, i dont have the program that u have, i have, and im on last step using the magic wand, but when i select delete, it doesnt show anything different
BluePencilAri Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow your tutorials really help! :D
Harushiko Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2007
Yall R Really good at this!!! I Need to learn....I'll be back in.....3 months!!!
forever-here Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2005
Hey I like your tutorial, very helpful. I have PSP6 and dont have the shift and click. Do you have any alternatives I could use?
runeechan Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i suppose you can also use right click and select " something" try right clicking and some options will come up. if not sure. i never worked with ps6
forever-here Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2005
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

:waves: thanx for the help! I need it:)
Voiletwis Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2005
i did your tutorials and i found new stuff in photoshop that i didn't know that i can do. thank you :worship: thank you :worship: thank you :worship:. plus you did great on these too.
shadowtigerwolf Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2004
It's very imfortaive and these turails are realy helping me and my sis be good anime artist like you! ^_^
Vladislaus-Dracula Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2004
Hi! :wave: Ummm....your tuorials are great!!! but every time i try to clean it up turns back to normal....
Agrelahar Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2004
These tutorials are great.

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! :D), contrary to what you thought. Of course, maybe I'm just a dough-head who doesn't experiment enough. Thankee either way!
chiri Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2004
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!!" :XD: But anyway...

Very very nice job!! :clap: Meh like!
th351 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
O.O You know what, you saved my day of pain... I have to say thank you for posting this. Now I can play around photoshop all day long... @__@ :worship: :heart:
visualsurge Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2004   Interface Designer
Once again, this is so very helpful.
Been wondering how to use the Wand Tool to its full potential.

Hey how about a :+fav:, yeah that sounds good, have a :+fav:.
CharlesSmithOrg Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2004
ShadowTypeZero Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2004
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. ^^;
spiffai Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2004
Thankies fer making these! I've been need in someone to show me how to do this stuffs. X3
LadyTigerLiLy Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! These tutorials I think shall be very helpful! Thankies! ^_^
Daedra Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004
Thanks! It is useful to know the basics for someone who's still floundering around trying to figure out how to do everything so, thanks! ^_^
enche Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004  Hobbyist Artist
o.o;; I need to get Photoshop. How much is 7? Chrismas....
inuyako Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2006
photoshop costs a couple 100 dollars
SketchDalmatian Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004
Wish I learned how to paint by computer...if I HAD a computer, anyway. ^^; *laughs*
RajginKisaragi Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004
Thank you again runeechan! This is SO much easier then my previous method of coloring! :w00t!:
Angel44254 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004
That is wiked asome!
Jequila Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Aiiii! Thankyou!! <3 So much waisted time of using the eraser tool and going around the edges XD
EyeKone Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
that's the way i paint my stuff n_n cool
DeathWish6 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
Thank you!! :D This really helped :)
Beastboy-the-idol Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004   Writer
*bows* Thanks for making photoshop easy for me... and phun! :D
linuxkid76 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
YES! Thanks for doing part 3!! :D
shadystar Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
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
locked-away Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
ur sooooo cool *goes to color in PS*...*at school cuz he doesnt own it* XD
Chaos-Kai Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
nice job was waiting for another :D
Jsrv Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
Awesome as usual. =) I've always used eraser since I never make my lineart clean though in my practice drawings though. :roll: I should try to be more patient and fix up the lineart before massaceringkdhfkjasd it with colors.

*Adds to favourites*
BenSpector Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
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)?
runeechan Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thats a good idea! ^_^;;

:blush: thanks for the comment. tee hee. ^^
BenSpector Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
Speaking of good ideas, could you do a tutorial on how to proportion people in sketches like yours? (I actually have no idea how that would work, but it would be great if you could try...)
evilord187 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004
Tiiiiiiiiiiiight! :D
runeechan Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sorreh I took long. Ask questions here....or help us out with tips I didnt mention.
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