It's not super fancy and that's because I'm lazy. Several people have asked me for a coloring tutorial of some kind, but I really don't want to make one. Mostly just because I just make stuff up all the time so I color almost every piece differently. So I took a bunch of screenshots while painting my most recently submitted portrait of Yoi and maybe this will still help some people grasp my thought process when I'm drawing. If not, it's okay because I don't either.
I've also created a tutorial on how to add color using gradient maps.
I really love this neck.
i edited it with Photoshop just for the filter,
SAI sadly doesn't have all the filters that photoshop have, and i find that
Photoshop is better for filters and editing,
On a side note, I like your color choices for this one, it really brings out a sort of majestic or awe inspiring feel to it with the depth.
I don't guess that I can make this work in anyway? ;w; with all the tools
I still have a lot to learn about fur, the flow is okay I guess but I didn't really get it to look as realistic as i had imagined. *sigh* Oh well, better luck next time x'D
Yeah, i know some people too, but photoshop tends to give birth to way more beautiful artworks ;w; (if i count the numbers only)
NhhHHH but thanks for showing me that artist, as soon as I'll get back to my bf next week 'll try to practice a bit
I've never been successful with the brush that sort of acts as a like a of gradient based on pressure, and I haven't had any luck with the airbrush either. I always try and smooth things out using the eyedropper tool as well so that's not the issue...it seems like no matter what brush I use my works never come out smooth :c and no tutorial i've come across seems to explain it.
IT HURTS MY BRAIN.
(You do it so well @_@)