Hello Dear Anon :D Thank you so much for liking my OCs (o´艸｀o) ♥♥ Here are some methods I use when lining hair. ( I will put the coloring part in another post since its getting long)
Basically, as long as you have the flow defined, no matter how complicated / sketchy your line is, the flow will frame them in like a mother hen hugging all the babies♥ Also when you add in details or strokes, follow the flow too, Like babies chicks following their mamaヾ(○´▽｀○)ノ
Hope it helps! and hope I explain it alright? If you have any question please do let me know!
a public service announcement
Just to note: DO NOT BUY PAINT ACTUALLY LABELED LIKE THE CMYK COLOURS (Magenta, cyan, etc) FOR WORK YOU WANT TO LAST. They aren’t usually lightfast and their pigments tend to be weak. CMYK was developed as a cheap solution for printing, not painting.
To get the same effects though, the colours listed above have good lightfastness and staining power, although I’d honestly still recommend ultramarine or phthalo blue on its own as Phthalo tends towards green anyway, and ultramarine is great for mixing your own black/payne’s grey.
When in doubt, check the pigments and permanence warnings on the labels of your paints, not to mention toxicity.
(Also, personally I recommend adding burnt umber and burnt sienna to your palette. It saves you a lot of time, I think.)
Hey guys, I’ve made some pixel brushes!! I mostly just use gray tones, but sometimes I really miss screentone-like quality when doin’ uh, comic art :D?! I have made both Photoshop and SaiTool version, so I decided to share~
I’ll try to update if I make more screentone-like brushes or shape
HARIM IS SO PRECIOUS AND GENEROUS OK