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PS Coloring Tutorial of D00m by ehllychan PS Coloring Tutorial of D00m by ehllychan
People have been asking for it for so long, I finally made myself do it. Now you'll see why I never made a tutorial before, I completely and uttely suck at explaining stuff, specially when I can't actually show them to people >_o

Well, hopefully someone will still find it useful >3>

You can see the finished picture I used for this over here: [link]

Sorry for the small pictures on it >_< You can download a bigger version, though it's not that much bigger.

[EDIT] If you don't mind, please fave the tutorial if you find it useful, jsut so I will know it's actually helping some people C:
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:iconanimegirl007:
animegirl007 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2010
thanks for the help :nod:
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:iconehllychan:
ehllychan Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010   Digital Artist
I'm glad it helped you C:
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Subba-kun Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2010
tai uma coisa q eu queria saber fazer direito =D
xDD
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:iconehllychan:
ehllychan Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010   Digital Artist
E tá aqui uma coisa que eu queria saber fazer [link] XD
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Subba-kun Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010
naaaaaaah
isso eh lapis de cor + lapis d cor aquarelável (pu azul, marron e verde) e um filtro do photoshop q eu eskeci agora 8D (numa opacidade mais ou menos -q)
e deu isso :la:
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ehllychan Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010   Digital Artist
Mas vc sabe fazer e eu não, ponto XD
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Ohaka Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2009
Excelente como sempre! <333
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:iconakaibelier:
akaibelier Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2009   Digital Artist
cool, really cool
now i know your gradients secret! x3
thanks for sharing, hun <33 :hug:
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ehllychan Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2009   Digital Artist
Thanks :3
It's not a secret nor anything =w= I thought it seemed pretty obvious, actually. But I suppose it always seems obvious when you know how to do it, right? >3>
You're welcome :hug:
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Hanyuse Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
Despite your claimed ineptitude, I found it rather simple to follow and understand. I hadn't thought of using the circular gradients actually, maybe I'll make use of it.
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ehllychan Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009   Digital Artist
As much as everybody seen to be mentioning them, the circular gradients actually aren't very important. They just save some time with selecting areas, but I used to use regular ones before and the result was just the same.
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Hanyuse Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
Well, for me it's a matter of getting smaller areas to look natural, and somehow the thought of using radial and not linear gradients hadn't occurred to me. It also saves some time when shaping the edge of the shadows.
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AZNfriendz Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009  Student
SHiRO (kohai) says:
:glomp: omg this is what i needed to learn thank yus for turorial...
ok now i'm gonna try colouring stuff...once my photoshop is fixed... -_-
me ish gonna post up fran doodlez later...
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ehllychan Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009   Digital Artist
You're welcome, hope I can help :3
Looking foward to those doodlez~
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squidlifecrisis Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009
Oooooh, so that's your secret, little bitty gradients. So much better for clean shades than the smudge tool, and plus the gradient tool doesn't like to crash Photoshop.

You might want to emphasize that you're using circular gradients, though, because the regular ones cover the whole layer when you reapply. -.o (And the shortcut to make clipping masks is alt + click the line between the layers you want to clip, if you wanted to maybe add that to the description.)

And honestly, you described things just fine. Points for good grammar, too. <3 I'm going to have to try this out soon~
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ehllychan Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009   Digital Artist
Yeah, the smudge tool kills my pc when I try to use it, and it's harder to use, so I think this way is better =w=

Well, I used to use the regular ones before, the circular ones just save you the time of selecting the area you want to color (though you'll still have to do it with some parts). (I actully use actions to make those layers, so I don't even go throught that process anymore =w= But thanks for the info~)

Glad it's nicely understandable, I've never been good with explaining stuff =w=; Screwed up grammar kills me >_O But I make a lot of typos :/
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yoruichilover Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yay! I can use this for when I eventually get Photoshop! Thank you! =D
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Soreiya Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009
You can try making a video tutorial. Thats what I have been doing lately. I find it easier than explaining everything in text.
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ehllychan Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009   Digital Artist
It wouldn't really work out for me. My english is not that great and I do many random things around while I'm coloring >_O
But thanks for the tip anyway.
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Faremann Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009
looks good maybe i find time too try it out the next days ^^
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