Someone asked me “HOWDOYOUDOLIGHTING” and it’s been a while since I’ve explained it so here goes. The art software I use is CLIP STUDIO PAINT but this is pretty basic and should be doable in most art programs.
Here’s the line art with a few blue glowing overlays.
Shade 1 and Light 1 layers added.
Opacity on Shade and Light layers lowered to 10%.
Shade 2 and Light 2 layers added. Using the same colours I’ll go over the same areas as the Shade 1 and Light 1 layers with a soft brush.
Opacity on Shade 2 and Light 2 layers lowered to 30%. These shade and light layers don’t have to be any certain Opacity percentage. Whatever looks good. Usually I keep it subtle since the next step can bring up the intensity a lot.
Now I create a new top layer made out of all the other layers flattened down then set this layer’s blending mode to Hard Light.
I use a Gaussian Blur filter on this layer for 50, 100, 200, or whatever looks good. For Opacity I usually keep this layer at 100% but you can lower it if it’s too blinding. Feel the glow! (ﾉ´ヮ´)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
I was wondering how to make something look like its glowing. What brush(s) would help accomplish this?
It will depend on your content and context.
The Airbrush with a nice pale colour might be useful.
I find another layer with a copy of the glow colours, blurred (Filter menu, Gaussian blur) and set to Add blending mode gives a nice glow, but I am happy with a crude cartoon-ish effect. Duplicate the Add layer for an intense effect.
Glow works best with enough dark surroundings to emphasise it.
Use Screen blending mode for a more delicate glow.
[I have Celiac Disease, which means that I have a severe gluten allergy (so I can’t have anything with wheat or barley in it) and minor allergies to corn and rice. Because of this,
ALL of my recipes are grain-free, and most of them are paleo-friendly.]
My face is always much paler than my body and sometimes it’s necessary to darker my complexion to match. I thought I would show you a quick way to deepen your complexion to give the appearance of a Summer tan but with a natural finish! If you like to fake tan your body and not your face then this is also a great technique. Often using fake tan on your face can make it look very uneven and also cause breakouts, so I would recommend only using fake tan on your body and use makeup to deepen your face instead.
💕💕 Repost @lonicely Who caught this live here on IG yesterday? I had so much fun creating with this beauty. I’m thinking about holding a small intimate class at my studio next month. Who’s interested in coming? Leave a comment below 👇🏾 Model: @kiingkaitlyn
The Sims 4 Tutorial: How to make an Animated + Glowing Wallpaper PART 2
In this Series in which I will teach you how to make your own Custom Content for the Sims 4 or how to do/make certain things in game. You will find out that it doesn’t have to be that difficult as it may look sometimes. This is because I will show you every single step that has to be done in whatever program is needed. (The Sims 4 / The Sims 4 Studio / Photoshop / Blender)
In this particular tutorial, I will teach you how to make an Animated + Glowing Wallpaper using The Sims 4 Studio and Photoshop. (But any other 2D editor can be used too) You’ll have to watch PART 1 first before watching this one… but I think no-one will think otherwise.. :)
For more videos from this The Sims 4 Tutorial Series, click the TS4 Tutorials link in the side bar or take a look at my The Sims 4 Tutorial Series on YouTube.