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Basic Colouring with Chicin~ by chicinlicin Basic Colouring with Chicin~ by chicinlicin
See "Part 2?" here [link]
...I've had this done for 2 months :stare: finally uploaded it...

Sort of an updated version of my old colouring tutorials [link] [link]
I've tried to shorten it, but it is technically much longer since I decided to show my method with 3 different programs :XD: oh also, if SBP actually does have something like a clipping mask or magic wand please tell me, I don't actually use it aside from the occasional doodling...

If you have any questions feel free to ask :meow: oh, and try to ignore my horrid spelling...
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isacchi Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I find the way is really interesting :3c
and I never use Sketchbook Pro before, how good is it for drawing and its advantage than SAI or Photoshop?
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chicinlicin Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I never really use Sketchbook Pro (I've only used it a few times), someone wanted to know if my method could be done in it and that's why it's included. Personally I prefer SAI, SBP is designed to replicate traditional drawing and the interface is made so that you don't need to use a keyboard, that means that it doesn't include a lot of features that are basic to SAI and PS, It does have a few of it's own unique features though and it's good if you don't like swapping between keyboard, mouse and tablet (but I actually like swapping between them manually like that :XD:). It's pretty fluent for sketching, but I found that it handles pen pressure as bad as photoshop :| that might just be me though ^^;
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isacchi Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ah I see, photoshop actually is not for illustration, maybe you could use your method in Adobe Illustrator?
good tutorial and knowledge anyway :la: keep drawing and up / >w< /
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chicinlicin Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student Digital Artist
True, it wasn't initially for illustration, but over the years they've made it more accommodating for illustrating, though that still shouldn't be an excuse for why the pen pressure is so bad :XD: Illustrator isn't really for illustrating either, it's pretty much Photoshop with vectors :dummy: But you could use this method in illustrator, it just might get fiddly with the clipping masks ^^; And thanks :meow:
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isacchi Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
aah I see :la:
you're welcome :hug:
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