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Alright...new tutorial from me. I did it last week, so now it's ready to be submitted. It's tutorial for Painting anime hair in my style. I explained how I do my linearts (though I never use them ;P) and how I paint hair for my characters. Tutorial have 11 pages (from beginning till the end). I used Adobe Photoshop CS6 for painting drawing in background (but that doesn't mean that you can't achieve same results in older versions). I hope this tutorial will be helpful. :aww: Happy learning :la: :heart: (if you can't see text well, then you can click download button on the right. Text is in vectors, so you'll be able to see it bigger). Tools which I used to make this tutorial... pages were designed in Photoshop, and everything else was programmed in Flash. I had 1618 frames in Flash, 500 layers and 22 folders. And I made this in 4 days. :faint:

+How to use tutorial+


You probably already saw little buttons at the bottom of this tutorial. Simply just click on them with your mouse or cursor. Turn to the next page by clicking on the Right button and for the previous page click the Left button on your keyboard.

:below:Download version is avaliable...if you want to DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL click on THUMB BELOW...for download you can choose between ZIP, RAR and JPG file.:below:

Finished image which I drew in this tutorial you can see here :la:

+Other tutorials+
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:bulletpink: How to paint digital 2
:bulletpink: How to paint digital
:bulletpink: How to make next and previous button
:bulletpink: Photoshop tutorial- PS basics for newbies (journal tutorial)
:bulletpink: Photoshop tutorial- PS basics for newbies 2 (journal tutorial)
:bulletpink: Photoshop tutorial- PS basics 3 (journal tutorial)

Oh my...I just realised that at first I submitted non fixed version ^^; (I have so many files that I mixed everything up). Now you see correct version. :D


Designed and programmed (Adobe Flash CS6 and Adobe Photoshop CS6) by Valentina Remenar. All drawings in this tutorial belongs to her. Tutorial is Copyrighted and may not be published anywhere without artist's permission. It can be used for learning | All Rights Reserved | 2013 | our official website tincek-marincek.com | Especially thanks to ~Legionella for editing the text

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EerieEerie Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student General Artist
Hi! Uh, I need some help >.< you see, I just got my CS 6, aaaand I'm having trouble coloring in a sketch I did in it. I drew it on the background layer, and when I add a new layer, put it behind the background layer, and try to color, the white space in the background layer seems to be in front of the new layer, thus, I can't color it in. Is there a way to fix that? And if not, how can I transfer the drawing onto a completely different layer (not a duplicate) so I can go from there? I'm sorry for this Dx I just need some advice. Your tutorial is amazing and I'm pretty sure you know what you're doing. Get back to me as soon as possible please ^.^ thank you :heart:
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tincek-marincek Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist
Hi...well..."background" layer have white color in the background. So it's NOT transparent. If you would make a new Layer above background one and drew lineart there, then it would be transparent ;) You can duplicate the background layer with the lineart, set it on the Multiply layer mode (not Normal), and below that you can color. You can put white color in the background if you don't want to look at lineart below xD You can also delete old background layer then...though then you'll see squares all over the drawing, lol (cuz it'll be transparent...that's why you will need a white background for the beginning :D). Hopefully this will help. :la:
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:iconeerieeerie:
EerieEerie Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student General Artist
Ah, okay! Got it :la: thank you!
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:icontincek-marincek:
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional General Artist
Yay...you're welcome :hug:
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Douce-Demence Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
very good tutorial, its a great help, and beautifully made~
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tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Professional General Artist
Aww...thank you very much :iconsupertighthugplz:
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mulbe Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014  New member Hobbyist
awesome! very helpful tutorial, and its design! *u* thank you for sharing with us! :ladummyhug: 
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:icontincek-marincek:
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you so much :tighthug: And weeeelcome :la:
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Windyfa Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
its awesome. thanks you Tincek 
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tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you...and welcome :squee:
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