#how did I be friends with so many amazing people
#it is a mystery
I will be at Popcon Asia this week at AA45 Legendarium booth along with @vickipangestu. We introduce you our recent project, KOLOSAL, artbook which consists of 42 colored pages, 17 tales, by 5 artists. In short, KOLOSAL is our version of Indonesia in rpg AU xD
Be sure to visit us because there will also be some merchandises available from anime,game and movie fandoms. See you soon :D
My join project with magemg :D and several other artists. Our book, KOLOSAL, basically Indonesia fantasy / RPG AU, 17 tales, 5 artists. Available at POPCON ASIA this wekend :D
Look at this amazing thing my friends made!! Bolding the text a little :P
I’d be at their table, too, do come visit us if you’re going to Popcon :D
I actually have a project of collaborative fan artbook with a bunch of (super awesome) friends. This is a preview of my own piece in the book… more details later :P
Is it possible for me to order 2 sets of those buttons. My girlfriend and I love them!
Oh my! Thank you ;w;
Yes actually, I’m planning for international orders for a whole bunch of my con stuff sometime later, hopefully enough time for preorders before the cons, too x’D
/stares into the fading sun
This happened to me a lot, but there’s actually a way to save it with photoshop! If the sketch is lighter than the lineart, that is. This is how I do it:
When that happens, I flatten the whole thing.
And then click on Image > Adjustment > Levels
Then click on the darkest shade of sketch you want to get rid of. In this case, the parts I circled below.
Press OK, and there you go!
A clean and workable lineart!
I hope this helps? :D
SUDDENLY I AM STRUCK BY THIS HUGE EPIPHANY
THEN I SLAP MYSELF FOR NOT THINKING OF IT EARLIER
reblogging this again because I need it for homework! JOLLY GOOD
Reblogging so I can have this post on this blog! (It was originally on my personal)
Also! This way, you can sketch and lineart all in the same layer, as long as the brightness is different, if many layers confuse you! I may have tried that once or twice myself, though I still prefer lineart on a different layer of course, for easier editing. But yeah don’t worry if you lineart on your sketch layer. The adjustment might eat a few pixels but it’s better than redoing everything, I hope.