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× 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:

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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 Tutorial is Copyrighted and may not be published anywhere without artist's permission.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 | Especially thanks to ~Legionella for editing the text

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Esthiell Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  Student Digital Artist
This tutorial deserves a deviation!
Are you going to make a tutorial for painting skin? I need help on that :C
Or did you already do one?

 Thank you so much!
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Student General Artist
Aww...thank you :love: Yea, I got many requests for that tutorial and I'll have to find some time to make one :D I'm pretty busy lately, lol :XD:
AOOSHA Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
woow *^*
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Student General Artist
NesoKaiyoH Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I know you usually paint in greyscale first and then add colour using layers, but how do you do that? I've been doing it for a while but the shading either comes out too saturated, dark, colourful or everything else inbetween, it never comes out looking right. Do you have any tips for that?
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Student General Artist
If you're using Overlay then colors will be vivid and contrasted...with Soft Light they'll be less contrasted. If you use Soft Light as a base and later Overlay for adding vivid colors, then don't use too saturated/ light/ dark colors on Overlay. Because it'll look really vivid and contrasted (especially if you have Soft Light layer below that). You can also choose more desaturated color palette here...depends what colors you want :D

You can also use Multiply and Color layer for adding colors (I use them while I draw realistic). On Multiply you have to choose really bright colors then...I fix colors on Color layer later :aww: Colors will be dull here xD You can get them more vivid by Overlay or Soft Light layers later :D I hope this helped a bit.
NesoKaiyoH Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Ahh right okay, I guess that's where I'm going wrong? I tend to overuse the overlays. I'm slowly learning that soft light is probably the best layer type for this method of working, so I'll experiment a bit more. Thank you so much for the help! 
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Student General Artist
Haha...aww, it's my pleasure :hug:
KuroSentoki Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you sooooo much for this tutorial. finding this was so helpful for me as a beginner in digital art  Clap 
tincek-marincek Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Aww...I'm glad it was helpful :aww: And you're welcome :tighthug:
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