/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.
#if I get too many I might just take a few though
Shoooooot, what a great idea. I already do limited palette practice, but these are some nice presets to start with.
Don’t expect me to pump these out like sonyshock though. He’s some kind of magician. I’m slow as hell.
I’ll do this! Within reason. If I can be arsed…
If I get any good ones I’ll put aside 10 minutes to doodle one.
This is cool! if anyone wants to send me any :3
(Source: , via qknc)
Google Maps’ April Fool was amazing! I didn’t have the time to hunt for Mew though, because I was on a borrowed phone. So I drew this instead!