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Coloring Tutorial - Part 2

Coloring Tutorial - Part 2

Coloring Tutorial - Part 2 by Trinity_Fire
Coloring Tutorial - Part 2 by Trinity_Fire

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Trinity_Fire
Part two.

-Lineart done with Micron Pens, coloring with Prang colored pencils, put together with MS Paint.

Enjoy.

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Category Tutorials » Other/Misc. Tutorials
Date Submitted
Views 2737
Favorites... 17
Vote Score 7
Comments 16
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Time Taken 2-3 hrs total
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evi19koko on October 20, 2007, 6:51:34 AM

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evi19kokoWoaw *jaw drops* AMAIZING COLOURING SKILLS I have to say *gasp* I hope you don't mind if I use you're tips, sensei :3 *adds to faves part1 and part2 and votes good both*

MoonyDelacroix on August 18, 2007, 9:49:42 AM

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MoonyDelacroixWow, he looks so great with the red hair... I nearly fell of my chair, cuz I thought the bright colors (the first picture ^^) are the end-colors xD But the... um... "stronger" version looks MUCH better ^^ I'll try to color my next pictures like that... xD

Wolfychan on April 14, 2007, 4:59:27 AM

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Wolfychanyay it really works *is a witness* thanks to this tutorial my art is a lot better but it's not as good as yours

nozomiwhitewolf on March 26, 2007, 3:19:56 AM

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nozomiwhitewolfWow! I didn't know you could color like that with colored pencils! Will give it a try sometime! :D Thanks.

Mojofooka on March 20, 2007, 12:50:29 PM

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MojofookaThat's really helps! I've never been very good at colouring... *sweatdrop* so now I have some good advice =D Thanks a lot!

AriaGunnir on February 23, 2007, 2:15:27 PM

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AriaGunnirGorgeous... I just had to ask you something, so I sent it as a PM, but this is in my faves, too!

SenayDragon on January 29, 2007, 2:32:58 PM

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SenayDragonWow! I really like your process! n.n The only thing I would suggest, though, is using a cool color for shadows, as cool colors recede. For example, maybe some purple as a darker tone for the red hair? It'd probably give it a little more depth. Don't get me wrong, though! I really love how you color hair! 'Tis just a suggestion! <3

Trinity_Fire on January 30, 2007, 1:28:33 AM

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Trinity_FireHuh, that's really interesting! Using 'cool' colors and 'warm' colors, then, rather than just looking for colors that are analagous??? 8D Interesting! Cool!
I think I'll try that sometime.

...WHEN I get around to drawing/coloring again. XD;

THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR COMMENTS~ X<

SenayDragon on January 30, 2007, 11:36:37 AM

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SenayDragonYes yes! Color is your friiieeend~<3 Complimentary colors can work well, too, especially when you want to tone something down. It can really make your picture 'POP', as my teacher says. ^^

And you're very welcome~! <3 *hug/glomp/tackle*

WingPriestess on January 6, 2007, 8:32:12 AM

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WingPriestessYou have Photoshop, why are you putting tutorials together in Paint??? *sigh* Great tut, though. Have you ever tried using a Primsacolor colorless blender instead of white? Tian has one, you could borrow hers.

TheWolfy on December 26, 2006, 2:39:32 AM

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TheWolfyYou are my hero. Seriously. XD I will definitely be testing these techniques out. I liked the different "strokes" and the advice of using the lightest one first to test... definitely helpful.

I need to fav this.

iyoday on December 23, 2006, 5:02:37 AM

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iyodayits about time you did a tutorial..lol.
that is so very cool i always wondered how to color hair with color pencils but i could never get it right, ill have to try that.
 
 
 
ohh..and what kind of paper did you use?

Trinity_Fire on December 25, 2006, 5:00:24 AM

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Trinity_FireThank ya muchly... ^^; And, uh, I just use the paper in my sketchbook. Medium-weight paper, because light-weight smudges WAY too much, and heavy is... well, hairy, I think. o_o;
Printing paper is okay, but it's too waxy and if you mess up and erase it, the old lines show through really strong.

Thank yas~