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    Queen of the Boredom Zone Arhazivory's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gin0va View Post
    how about you color the shades in a seperate layer and in the original page's layer you then brush away the grays of the shades?
    Or he could clean up the image first, erase the shades, create new lines (lineart) and then start colouring. Then use the original image as a reference so he doesn't forget what areas that were shaded.
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    I think I'll go with gin's suggestion because the manga I want to do colors with is a very very dark themed manga. I want to preserve the foreboding/evil feeling of the page.

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    Linearts are the way to go, erasing gray is probably the gayest thing to do.
    I'll try doing a tutorial on my next coloring if it's not a long one.

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    Nice tutorial man I'll try this sometime although i hate coloring my vectored work i like to keep them black and white

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    thanks for this tut. I really need it ^^
    have been wondering how to color a long time already XD

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    Thanks for the nice feedback, people.

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    Anyone have some more tips on doing the shadows?

    I really fucked up mine:

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    Anyway I want to thank Mass for this tutorial . This was my first time using Photoshop.

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    Retired Binktopian Mass Zero's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phixion View Post
    Anyone have some more tips on doing the shadows?

    I really fucked up mine:

    Spoiler!


    Anyway I want to thank Mass for this tutorial . This was my first time using Photoshop.
    Add more shadows and highlights. Furthermore, try getting 'm more straight. (This is pretty hard by hand and more easily done by using the pen tool, I'll see if I can spiff up a "Coloring v2" sometime soon.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mass Zero View Post
    Add more shadows and highlights. Furthermore, try getting 'm more straight. (This is pretty hard by hand and more easily done by using the pen tool, I'll see if I can spiff up a "Coloring v2" sometime soon.)
    Good idea .

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