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How I select and shade Comic Book Pages in Photoshop

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How to Color the LINES on IMPORTED art in Procreate! (color holds)

In this video, I'll show you a simple way to do color holds (color the lines) on an imported line art drawing in Procreate. Check out my complete, step-by-step art courses available at to help support this channe.

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How to avoid muddy colors! a Photoshop comic coloring tutorial

In this video, I'll show you how to avoid your colors printing badly! They may look great on the screen, but there are few things you need to know to avoid muddy colors.

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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions.

New to digital coloring techniques and/or my tutorial videos? Start here! It's The Basics!

How do I do that thing where I stay in the lines? Watch this.


What software are you using?
Photoshop CS6, but it doesn't matter what version use for most things.

What recording software do you use?
Camtasia Recorder 8

What digital tablet do you use?
For most videos, a twelve-year old Wacom Intuos2. When I want to color away from my desk, a Wacom Cintiq Companion. These Photoshop techniques work on any tablet though.

Check out my other videos:

If you interested in learning how to color lineart in photoshop, want to learn comic book coloring 101, or just want more photoshop comic book coloring techniques, tips and tricks, subscribe for more!
I use Tubebuddy to manage YouTube tags and descriptions. If you have a lot of videos, it's great to make bulk changes you can't make by default. Check it out here:
how to color comic books
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Fill an Area With Color

Please choose full-screen, High definition for best viewing.

Use Photoshop to select a region of an image and fill it with a color.
This tutorial is suitable for users with little to no prior experience with Photoshop.
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How to easily color sketches in Photoshop

BETTER AUDIO HERE: ...
Sketch by Pandabaka at Deviant art (link below) Just a demonstration of how to color in sketches using Photoshop. Sorry about the audio, I was using a new recording software and didn't know it wouldn't get my voice very well.


Sketch Artist
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【10 Digital Art Tips】 For Beginners

Are you using Photoshop, Clip Studio, Krita or Paint Tool SAI for digital art? Try these tips :)
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Tutorial: a Comic page from A to Z with Krita

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**Resources**
- A zip pack with all is available here:
- Deevad Brushkit version 8.1 bundle for Krita :
- Comic page template, Krita file :
- Perspective star grid, PNG image file :
- Speechbubble library and template, SVG Inkscape file :
- Lavi Font, TTF Font file :

**Chapter & Content overview**
0:00:06 Introduction
0:00:32 Disclaimer (french accent)
0:01:00 Chapter 1: Interface of Krita
0:01:00 Dockers,brushkit and tool-option in toolbar
0:01:53 Chapter 2: Preproduction
0:01:53 Script-scenario
0:02:46 Timelapse: storyboard
0:03:55 Subwindows mode
0:04:34 Template page
0:13:51 Chapter 3: Drawing (black&white speedpainting)
0:13:51 Composition vector layer
0:15:50 Canvas border color
0:17:22 Workflow: sketching with lines VS paint with mass
0:20:19 Timelapse: black&white speedpainting
0:22:21 Explaining previous timelapse
0:23:45 Perspective grid
0:28:08 Timelapse: black&white speedpainting (detail pass)
0:30:49 Explaining previous timelapse
0:32:39 Trim to image size
0:33:48 Save As VS Save incremental
0:34:37 Chapter 4: Inking
0:34:37 The Brush preset I use (pencil)
0:37:20 The numpad '/' to switch to last preset
0:37:52 Stabilizer: how to find a good setting
0:40:40 Timelapse: inking main panel
0:42:40 Explaining the previous timelapse
0:44:46 The Mirror mode with M
0:45:23 Timelapse: inking last part
0:47:24 Explaining the previous timelapse
0:48:50 Pure black&white page
0:53:59 Page for beta-translator version
1:00:03 Chapter 5: Adding text with Inkscape
1:00:03 Why not in Krita?
1:00:42 Export a transitional PNG from Krita
1:02:52 Disclaimer about future Krita text-tools
1:04:22 Starting Inkscape, setting page
1:07:04 Comic-speechbuble-template file
1:09:12 Adding text
1:11:07 Adding speechballoon
1:14:46 Adding soundFX
1:17:06 Chapter 6: Color sketch
1:17:06 Preparing the gray value, color balance
1:23:45 Timelapse: color-sketch with blending mode brushes
1:26:18 Explaining the previous timelapse
1:27:34 Chapter 7: Colored Lineart
1:27:34 Colored Lineart technique, alpha lock and isolate layer
1:32:59 Chapter 8: Detailing
1:32:59 Timelapse: Cleaning and painting detail
1:36:51 Chapter 9: Post-production
1:36:51 Color dodge light sources
1:37:29 Fog effect with a lighten layer
1:38:00 Water reflection effect with GMIC filters
1:38:36 Gloss and white stroke on the top, paint-over
1:39:43 Timelapse: paint-over pass
1:40:55 Explaining the previous timelapse
1:41:30 Sharpen filter layer
1:44:32 Epilogue
1:45:12 Thanks patrons!
1:45:39 End credit

## Licenses

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Additional custom rules for being friendly with other artist:
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**video**
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- Timelapse music: Perspective by Kevin McLeod,
(credit also visible at the end-screen of the video)

**Tools:**
Artwork: Krita 3.0.1alpha1.appimage
Text: Inkscape 0.91 r13925
Screenrecord: SimpleScreenRecorder 0.3.6
Video: BlenderVSE 2.77a
Audio: Audacity 2.1.2
System: Manjaro XFCE 64bit GNU/Linux workstation

How to create a realistic plate from scratch in Photoshop

Follow this step by step guide and learn how to create a realistic plate from scratch in Photoshop.

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Other then image manipulation and using different tools to blend images, Photoshop can also be used from creating different elements and designs from scratch. By changing the blending mode and applying a few basic effects, you can easily create realistic objects.

Step # 1 -- Open a New Document

In the first step, launch Adobe Photoshop and open up a new document with a transparent background. Now change the name of this layer to Base. After changing the name, select the Elliptical Marquee tool from the menu and draw a circle. Choose the Grey color for the Foreground and press the ALT + Backspace key on the keyboard to fill the circle.

Step # 2 -- Create a New Layer for Depth

Now duplicate the base layer and rename the layer Depth. Select the newly created layer and click on the Move tool from the menu. Now select the Show Transform Controls option and reduce the size of the circle.

Step # 3 -- Change the Bevel and Emboss Settings

In the next step, convert this layer into a Smart Object. Now right click on the layer name, select the Blending Options from the menu and move over to the Bevel and Emboss tab. Now set the Style to Emboss, Technique to Smooth, Depth to 70 percent, Size to 15 px and Soften to 5 px. After changing these settings, set the Angle to -25 degrees, Altitude to 35 degrees, Highlight mode's Opacity to 75 percent and Shadow mode's Opacity to 65 percent.

Step # 4 -- Change the Gradient Color Settings

Now move over to the Gradient Overlay tab, click on the Gradient color and enter the color code AAACA for the left side and C5C7C4 for the right side. After setting up the colors, set the Angle to 145 degrees, Scale to 60 percent and click on the OK button to apply these settings on the image.

Step # 5 -- Create an Extended Selection

Now press and hold down the CTRL key on the keyboard and click on the Base layer to load the selection. Once done, go to the Select menu, select Modify and click on the Expand option from the list. Expand your selection by 5 pixels and click on the OK button to expand the selection.

Step # 6 -- Create a Layer for Edges

Create a duplicate layer and change its name to Edge. Select this newly created layer and move it below the Base layer. Now fill this layer with the same grey color. Convert this layer into a Smart Object as well. Now open its Blending Options and move over to the Gradient Overlay tab. Click on the Gradient color and pick the grey color from the image for the right side. Now choose a bit darker shade of grey for the left side gradient. After selecting its colors, set the Angle to 145 degrees, Scale to 60 percent and click on the OK button to apply these settings on the image.

Step # 7 -- Create a Background for the image

Since our basic object is complete, now we would be focusing more on the background of the image. For this purpose, add a new layer and rename the layer to Background. Now select this layer and move it below all other layers. Now fill the Background layer with the White color and apply the Gaussian Blur filter on your background, using 20 percent for the amount. Pick up the soft brush, increase the size of the brush and apply white color in the center off the image. And that's it.

How to Create a Pencil Brush In Photoshop CC - Tutorial - Narrated

- In this video I show you the settings I use to create this cool pencil brush that I use for drawing. I go over each setting and explain how to take the existing chalk brush and covert it to a perfect pencil brush. You can also download my brushes from my Deviantart site if you cannot make this one on your own.

You can get my current pencil brush here...


You can get my full brush set here .........


For any questions please comment below and I will do my best to answer back as quickly as possible.

Happy drawing!!

Robert A. Marzullo
Ram Studios Comics



Color Linework In Photoshop Trick

This video shows you how to separate your lines from the paper in Photoshop!

10 BORING TIPS EVERY ARTIST SHOULD KNOW - WHAT TO DO AFTER YOU'VE DRAWN YOUR COMIC BOOK PAGE

Hey gang! As the title suggests, this a step by step guide on exactly what to do once you've finished drawing your comic book art. I think this will be extremely helpful to many artists, and I tried to present this boring subject in an entertaining way. Hope you all enjoy it!

Fair warning, you'll probably have to watch this more than once! Oh and you might need to hit pause a few times. Think of this video as an evergreen guide on things you should know.

Good luck on your art journey!

Don't forget to give the talented Mike Rooth a follow! his technique for separating the line work was invaluable in helping me color my ink washed pages!

Also, I tried out Matti Haapoja's LUT packs on this. Pretty dope!

Music- You Know You Want It by ORKAS via Artlist
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Coloring in photoshop - Part 1/3

Tutorial info is below - written steps explaining everything in the video.

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Second Video (shading basics) here -

Third/Final Part Video (texturing) here -

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Hi~

First, someone asked me about the line-art. The primary drawing, the line-art i've used, was done with hand drawn inking. Lires from deviantart made it. I make my own line-arts with the pen tool, it's exact and easy to use. It's easier than inking by hand like Lires did, but you gain that with experience which i think he does since he/she's awesome, so if you practice by hand, it'll be easier with time, for you too.

If you want to scan a drawing and use it to make a line-art, you scan it and import it to Photoshop where you use the Pen Tool, it's right above the Text Tool in the bar (left side of the program)

You make 2 dots with the mouse (pen tool selected), you press Ctrl+click for a third one (or more) in the middle of those dots (doesn't matter how far they are) and you pull them aside to make curves. it's really easy.
You just have to make an empty layer over your scanned sketch and make the line-art on it.
Just remember to make the brush the size you want the lines thickness to be like. For example, for really smooth, good lines, you should select a 2 or 3 pixels size brush in the brush panel, without any transparency on the sides (a hard brush).

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Together we're going to learn a simple but good coloring technique in Adobe Photoshop.

Tutorial will be made out of 3 parts:

- Base coloring
- Shading
- Texturing

First, you should start with the lowest color, the one under the clothes.

You should choose a more neutral color so you can find darker and lighter color tones once you start shading.

You could paint the base for each part of the body and clothes and select each outside part to delete extra paint BUT that would be taking a lot of time and you would have to keep repeating it with each body/clothing part every time you add a new shade.

You shouldn't choose this version since, as you can see, it's simply time consuming and will probably bug you.

So, what should you do to make everything even easier? It's simple.

You can keep watching or just jump to minute 2.30 for how you should start, since this is all the progress without video cuts.

Select all the inside of your lineart over a Fill layer, preferably white.

To do this, go to Layer - New Fill Layer in the blue taskbar above.

Select around the outer lines (with the fill layer selected), inverse selection and delete everything outside leaving white only for your character and objects.

Select each body and clothing parts INDIVIDUALLY in that Fill Layer so you
can later use the Create Clipping Mask option on the color layers and shadows, without always having to cut out the extra paint on the edges.

This way, although it will take half an hour to cut all the pieces separately, you will only have to do it once and after that, use colors freely, without worrying that you'll go over the lines.

Make the cut layers offline so you can remember what else is still in need of being separated from the rest.

After you finish cutting the pieces, make an empty layer over
your flats and for each one, right click the empty layer, choose Create Clipping Mask and color on it over the piece.

Unless you want to watch the rest of the cutting in my video, i suggest you move on to the next Part, Shading.

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Recently, i started drawing because i enjoy it and learning more programs is always a thrill for me.

I'm loving every second of video editing, drawing and animation programs and this is a video tutorial on how i colored one of my drawings so others can see the progress and maybe learn something, anything.

I've used the Sachi line-art from Lires on D.A. but you can also check out my own colored line-arts (fan-art but not only) or Naruto manga my deviantart account here:

annyaonweb.deviantart.com

I'm also taking commissions so if you're interested, there's more information on my D.A. page.

This is the First Part of my tutorial. There will be 3 steps:

1. Coloring basics - Easier and less time consuming techniques
2. Shading
3. Texturing & easy tricks to make everything cooler

Coloring Comic Timesavers - Flatting

Part 2 of my comic coloring series. I talk about how to flat your own comic and where to outsource it so you can save yourself hours of time per page when coloring.

Links from this show: (affiliate)

UNNATURAL TALENT (my How-to book):

Flatting Tutorial by Kazu:

My Flatting tutorial:

My flatter - Aaron Daly:

Gutter zombie (Comic coloring and flatting forum):

Good flatting plugin for Photoshop:

Photoshop flatting plugin: (I have never tried this plugin so I'm not sure how good it works)

MANGA STUDIO 5:

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Hi I'm Jason Brubaker. I have been self-publishing comics since 2009. My first book reMIND won the Xeric grant and got on the Great Graphic Novels for Teens List in 2012. I used to work at Dreamworks Animation doing Visual Development but I finally quit in 2015 and started doing comics full-time.

Website:
How to self-publish comics book: Unnatural Talent:
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How To Change Background Color in Photoshop (Fast & Easy!)

In this tutorial, you will learn how to how to change background color in photoshop!

We will use a simple yet powerful technique that anyone could follow along. Even if you are a beginner.

???? INDEX - Photoshop How to Change Background Color
00:51 - Make a Selection
01:40 - Refine a Selection with Quick Mask
03:17 - Solid Color Fill To Change Change Background Color

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How To Clean Up Pencil (or Ink) Lines in Scanned Art! A Photoshop comic coloring tutorial



In this video, I'll show you how to clean up pencil lines in scanned art to get your lines ready for colors!

If you're looking to learn more, check out my complete Photoshop digital coloring courses--100+ real-time video tutorials--20 hours of lessons (with downloadable presets for my brushes, tools, actions, and color swatches). Sign up at ColoringComics.com below to get two free lessons to try first!



YouTube visitors get 10% off with the coupon code: youtuber

Here's the color picker I use now (MagicPicker): (get an exclusive discount off by clicking here)


Credits for the image used in this video:

Publisher: Think Alike Productions
Co-creator/writer: Ken Centers
Co-creator/writer: Rob Farinholt
Pencils/Ink: Paul Gori

Here's the new version of the tablet I use here:

If you're looking for a good one for beginners, try this one:

LIKE the video if you did! And subscribe for more line art coloring tutorial goodness.

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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions.

New to digital coloring techniques and/or my tutorial videos? Start here! It's The Basics!

How do I do that thing where I stay in the lines? Watch this.


What software are you using?
Photoshop CC but it doesn't matter what version use for most things.

What recording software do you use?
Camtasia Recorder 8

What digital tablet do you use?
For most videos, a twelve-year old Wacom Intuos2. When I want to color away from my desk, a Wacom Cintiq Companion. These Photoshop techniques work on any tablet though.

If you interested in learning how to color lineart in photoshop, want to learn comic book coloring 101, or just want more photoshop comic book coloring techniques, tips and tricks, subscribe for more!
I use Tubebuddy to manage YouTube tags and descriptions. If you have a lot of videos, it's great to make bulk changes you can't make by default. Check it out here:
how to color comic books

Avoid using the same color for base colors & highlights/Shadows



In this video, I'll talk about boring light and shadow colors.

If you're looking to learn more, check out my complete Photoshop digital coloring courses--100+ real-time video tutorials--20 hours of lessons (with downloadable presets for my brushes, tools, actions, and color swatches). Sign up at to get two free lessons to try first!



YouTube visitors get 10% off with the link above.

Download the syllabus here:


Here's the color picker I use now (MagicPicker): (get an exclusive discount off by clicking here)


Here's the new version of the tablet I use here:

If you're looking for a good one for beginners, try this one:

LIKE the video if you did! And subscribe for more line art coloring tutorial goodness.

►OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
►TWITTER:
►FACEBOOK:
►DEVIANTART:

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions.

How do I do that thing where I stay in the lines? Watch this.


What software are you using?
Photoshop CC 2014 but it doesn't matter what version use for most things.

What recording software do you use?
Camtasia Recorder 8.6

What digital tablet do you use?
For most videos, a twelve-year old Wacom Intuos2. When I want to color away from my desk, a Wacom Cintiq Companion. These Photoshop techniques work on any tablet though.

If you interested in learning how to color lineart in photoshop, want to learn comic book coloring 101, or just want more photoshop comic book coloring techniques, tips and tricks, subscribe for more!

I use Tubebuddy to manage YouTube tags and descriptions. If you have a lot of videos, it's great to make bulk changes you can't make by default. Check it out here:
how to color comic books
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How to copy rendering layers for consistant colors! A Photoshop comic coloring tutorial

Get 10% off my two course bundle at with the coupon code: youtuber !

In this video, I'll discuss how to copy rendering colors from one page to the next when using masked color layers for rendering pages.

Line art by Rob Guillory (CHEW)
Coloring on Solid Color adjustment layers with masks video here:

Check out my coloring courses (20 hours of lessons!) at (includes presets for my brushes, tools, actions, and color swatches). You can also post work for feedback!

Get my PSDs on Patreon:

Exclusive discount on MagicPicker here:

►OFFICIAL WEBSITE & PORTFOLIO:
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If you interested in learning how to color line-art in Photoshop, want to learn comic book coloring 101, or just want more Photoshop comic book coloring techniques, tips and tricks, subscribe for more!

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Separate Line Art from Background - Photoshop Tutorial

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Learn how to separate your drawing's line art from the background in photoshop with Seattle artist Ten Hundred.


The steps to separate the line art in photoshop are:
1. Unlock Layer
2. Select All (Cmd+A)
3. Cut (Cmd+X)
4. Quick Mask (Q)
5. Paste (Cmd+V)
5. Quick Mask (Q)
6. Invert Selection (Shift+CMD+I)
7. Fill with black (Shift+F5)

Ten Hundred instagram: @tenhun

How to Flat Comics Properly: A Flatting Tutorial for Photoshop (Used in Digital Comic Book Coloring)

In this flatting tutorial video, I'll show you to a correct way to properly flat comic book art for coloring! Flatters, if you are used to only getting hired once and not again by the same colorist, this video is for you!

There are a lot of wrong ways to flat! Make sure your lasso tool and magic wand's anti-alias is OFF. Feather should be 0px.

►Get 10% off my two course bundle at with the coupon code: youtuber !

►Get my PSDs on Patreon:

Check out my coloring courses (20 hours of lessons!) at (includes presets for my brushes, tools, actions, and color swatches). You can also post work for feedback!

Exclusive discount on MagicPicker here:

►OFFICIAL WEBSITE & PORTFOLIO:
►TWITTER:
►FACEBOOK:
►DEVIANTART:

If you interested in learning how to color line-art in Photoshop, want to learn comic book coloring 101, or just want more Photoshop comic book coloring techniques, tips and tricks, subscribe for more!

How To Color Comic Books! The Lasso Tool Tricks!

Click here to register for my free coloring webcast! And you get some free brush presets and a copy of my eBook just for attending. :)►

I also have a complete Photoshop digital coloring course--100+ real-time video tutorials (with downloadable presets for my brushes, tools, actions, and color swatches). Click here to check it out:



YouTube visitors get 10% off with the coupon code: youtuber

There are two free lessons--one on color theory and another on flatting to watch for free.

Anyway, back to the video description!

This video describes some things you may or may not know about the lasso tool. I'm sure you use it all the time, but are you getting the most out of it? It took me too long to figure this out. :)

LIKE the video if you did! And subscribe for more line art coloring tutorial goodness.

Line art: Emilio Laiso
Colors: K Michael Russell

►OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
►TWITTER:
►FACEBOOK:
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For more info on how to color line art:



FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions.

New to digital coloring techniques and/or my tutorial videos? Start here! It's The Basics!

How do I do that thing where I stay in the lines? Watch this.


What software are you using?
Photoshop CS6, but it doesn't matter what version use for most things.

What recording software do you use?
Camtasia Recorder 8

What digital tablet do you use?
For most videos, a twelve-year old Wacom Intuos2. When I want to color away from my desk, a Wacom Cintiq Companion. These Photoshop techniques work on any tablet though.

Check out my other videos:

If you interested in learning how to color lineart in photoshop, want to learn comic book coloring 101, or just want more photoshop comic book coloring techniques, tips and tricks, subscribe for more!
I use Tubebuddy to manage YouTube tags and descriptions. If you have a lot of videos, it's great to make bulk changes you can't make by default. Check it out here:
how to color comic books

How I select and shade Comic Book Pages in Photoshop

Heres a tutorial series of how I do stuff in Photoshop for my Comicbooks.

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