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Ellana's Coloring Tutorial by ellana Ellana's Coloring Tutorial by ellana
My coloring tutorial... thing... using Prismascolor markers. Dunno if it'll help much, but, yay?
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Kari-n-Kaboodles Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
i like it! thank you for the help
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ringochan95 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2008  Student General Artist
thanks, this helped a lot!!

how do you get the wrinkles and folds??? (evillest things in the world those folds are...)
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KishIsMyObsession Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
This is an awesome tutorial! But does it work with other markers instead of prisma's???
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Mew-Sumomo Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2006  Student General Artist
Very interesting technique! I've never really seen anyone add color before the inking, but I suppose it's the best way to keep colors inside the lines. XD Great job!
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ellana Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, it does keep colors inside the lines. XD Only problem is my pencil sketch is usually sloppy so I have to clean it up [stray pencil marks] quite a bit after scanning. Yay for blemish removal.
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Marauders-Princess Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2006
You rock. This is so helpful! :heart:
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TsukiCat Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2006
w00t Loved the tutorial. And I'll have to buy Light Walnut X3 I was looking for a good color to shade skin instead of continuously adding strokes of eggshell.

Will fave the whole "Cloud Mirror" series X3 the sketch, tutorial, and final image~ Great job ^^
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Celestial-Selene Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2006
Oooh, helpful! Though I ink first, mainly because I'm so paranoid that I"ll mess up that I ink, then color a copy. At least it doesn't bleed. O_o

Light Walnut, yay! I've been looking for a good color to use with Light Peach; I could only find Sand, which doesn't match all that nicely.
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ellana Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I used to use Sand. Light Walnut's a bit lighter and mixes in better.
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Clipperwhiz1 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2006  Student Traditional Artist
Very cool :D :hug:
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