How to make templates! Some information on Tumblr photosets.
Oh this is handy~ *saves*
Normal shaking patch
Rapid shaking patch at ingame speed
Rapid shaking patch slower for better view
Comparison of Normal and Rapid Shaking patches
Here is a video that shows the Shiny patch and sound!
Download the whole thing here.
[x] by [Paul Richards]
[x] by [Ekana] (Can’t find her profile.)
WELP. I have new techniques to try now.
Anonymous asked you:
Hey, is it okay if you like do a tutorial on trees and shrubs? PS: I looooooove your art and tutorial they are just soooooo wonderful, inspiratonal, amazing.
aww thank you so much!! ;v; haha well I don’t know a lot of trees so here’s two I actually know lmao, oak tree and pine tree I will go study more tree names when I have the time ohgosh _(:3 7 hope it helps!
for the anon who asked about how i choose colors!
not really a tutorial but..
Apologies in advance for any spelling errors, I’ll fix stuff in the morning…too tired now…
oh hey it’s a tutorial on glowing stuff I guess…I already made one 2 years ago but I don’t make things glow like that any more :|
…also when I’m manually doing colours I pick things like this as if I was shading.
there’s a lot more I could put in as well, but it really varies on the picture how I do the glow…it is usually just fiddling around with styles and colours though.
SHINY HUNTING GUIDE 1
Since so muc people asked I did a Guide :)
More will follow soon !
If you find any mistakes please feel free to correct me or if you want to add something !
The shiny fishing and matsuda method guide will follow later !
Inactive artblog is inactive. So have another tutorial. This one circling around halftones/screentones. There’s a million ways to do this, but I’m just showing you guys the way I use most.
- Prepping art. Treat your tonework the same as you would treat your colored work in photoshop on a separate layer from your lineart. You should do perfectly fine using 1-2 layers just on tone work.
- Make sure you work in grayscale. You’ll tell from the later steps if you are or aren’t. And you can’t change if afterwards else it’ll cause a moire effect.
- Much like you would with color work, select with the magic wand area. This case, I selected the hair. I expand my select area to make sure I don’t have a awkward halo effect in the grays. Expanding 1-2 pixels works fine.
- Fill in the area with grays. The Darker the grays the the darker the tone.
- The pixelate window is where will be doing the majority of tone work. The two options used the most is “Color Halftone” and “Mezzotint” Will go into halftone first.
- In the halftone window you can choose the size and dot angle. The “Max. Radius” section you can change and control how fine your tonework can be. Larger the number, larger your dots. Screen angles I usually leave alone. After you decide on a radius, hit okay.
Now For Mezzotint
- Doing the same steps above, I fill with grays. You can do this on the same layer with no problem. Or you can choose to use a separate layer for each effect.
- This time going into mezzotint we’ve have a list a chooses. Each one does have nice tone results so I would check them all out. I’ll just stick with “Fine dots” to make a noise texture.
For the most part, that’s it. You can do the same thing with patterns, gradients and images or you can invert (cmd+i/ctrl+i) for invert tones. While it’s true you could download patterns to do the same thing, some patterns might be of low resolution and won’t give you the look you want personally.
I really like this one! Nice turning points.