Ey! Probably you have seen the colour spread of One Piece chapter 703. This is it:
I'm impressed for this particular effect in Nami's shoulder.
I wonder how would be the process to get that effect of transparent shirt. The skin behind the shirt keeps its colour, and I think that must be very difficult to do. Can anyone offer an explanation? :-) Thanks
It's very simple and i can do a step by step if you want. Maybe later.
I miss Robin on that picture xD
I always love Oda's panels, the art is cartoonish but still gives that real feeling out of it.
Though I wished I could draw women as good as he does xP
The notification soft is doing it. :-)
can I haz a question?
so here are for ex. these two avies
as you can see, there is a certain texture on both of the avies...can anyone help me how to do that in photoshop? or send me a link or whatever...
thnx in advance...
It's really not that difficult. I'm out of practise, so it doesn't look all smooth, but that's the gist of it.
I thought he meant the thin lighter lines over the avys xD
If that's the case, then you need to create a new pattern on photoshop, and then add it as a new layer on top of your avy, prolly using a multiply mode or something.
Here's an example (tutorial).
But cool! I was wondering about that as well. Might even try something and see if I can find a simple way to answer his question. If he still needs an answer after your post that is.
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Right now I'm trying to get a hang of traditional art, but eventually I would like to try digital as well. What are some good programs that are out there? I've heard about SAI and Painter; I already have Photoshop CS4.
I'm only drawing as a hobby so I don't want anything too expensive.
I don't think you would need another program if you already have CS4. I guess you could consider getting a graphics tablet/drawing pad to connect to the computer if you want to explore drawing freehand digitally. I'm sure you can find cheap pads that do that no need to go for the high end ones. If you have Corel Painter then that's one of the better programs to use for your needs. You should consider another program called Artrage. Apparently, that's a good one to use for freehand drawing whether it's with the mouse or a pad. Either way, whether you stick with your current programs or purchase a new one; you'll need to spend an extensive amount of time just getting grips with the tools. Then, it'll become a lot easier for you to feel comfortable with drawing, painting or whatever you want to do! =D