HOW TO COLOR A COMIC IN PHOTOSHOP – SHADOWS AND HIGHLIGHTS Last time I went over how to color your comic with flat colors. This time I’ll go over some more fun stuff: rendering shadows and highlights. So far you should have two layers — one for the lineart and one for the flat colors.
HOW TO COLOR A COMIC IN PHOTOSHOP-SCANNING AND SETTING UP LAYERS There are probably a bunch of ways to color in Photoshop, and other comic books artists might have methods that differ from mine. But this way gives you a good result and is a good starting point for understanding the basics. You don’t have
Daily Sketch for March 23, 2012 – Doctor Who and Amy Pond Are these just children playing, or were the Doctor and Amy transformed into kids? I know the answer but I’m not telling. I was digging this style yesterday so I thought I’d explore it a bit. I did a ink and watercolor sketch
After a second cup of afternoon coffee to help me shake of my sleep deprivation, I decided to experiment with coloring today’s warm-up sketch. When coloring in Photoshop I always feel like I’m barely competent and just trying to keep from messing everything up.
Daily Sketch for Tuesday March 13, 2012 – James the Giant Tamer I may have gotten a little carried away with today’s sketch, but not being on a deadline at the moment means I have the time for such tomfoolery. Subscribe to this blog’s RSS feed.