Hideaki Anno watching an episode of Lupin III by Hayao Miyazaki.
From japanese TV drama Aoi Honoo (Blue Blazes).
can’t draw hands today
Strong anime references in opening of japanese tv drama Aoi Honoo (Blue Blazes).
Anime Tenchō (Hiroyuki Imaishi) + Pani Poni Dash! Opening 3 (Yoh Yoshinari) + Invincible Robo Trider G7 + Tottemo! Luckyman Opening (Yoshinori Kanada) + Musashi Samurai Legend game intro (Hiroyuki Imaishi) + Gaiking Legend of Daikū Opening 2 (Yoshinori Kanada).
Yep, my last post were traditional sketches colored digitally, and as it seems people keep asking how I do these kind of things, I’ll just explain my dumb tricks. /Keep an eye, romuliesky.
First off, the easiest way for coloring a traditional sketch would be this (I think it explains itself):
Oooor invert it: place the sketch layer above and set it to multiply, then color below.
The most handy way to play around is separating the line, which, I believe, can be done following hundreds of different tutorials you can find anywhere.
Anyway, if I’m to draw 100% digital (which I’m not really used to), I feel quite comfortable with Kyle Webster’s Chisel, both for sketching and doing final lines.
Here, I used Chisel for the first drawing and Rough Inker 3 (also by Kyle) for the second. But really, I do almost everything with Chisel.
When I do flat colors I use Chisel as well, but another tool of choice is a watercolor brush I found here (super cool resources tumblr).
And last thing I do a lot: new layer over the line, Ctrl+Alt+G. Sets a new layer that applies its content only to what’s below.
So yeah, those are pretty much my pilars. Nothing special. Hope at least it’s useful for some of you!