i'm not sure about the colouring

Requested by @otakugirlkrod this is her beautiful artwork, I hope that this is okay! 💕
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MORE ACCURATE FATESONA GEM because Jin is becoming less and less like me by the day, I’m just gonna let him be his own character~~

I needed to give some fatesona’s hugs to welcome myself in lolol HERE! in order we have~

@lightning-summonersequel -Moire

@oreowarrior -Floran

@dryde -Tobias!!!!

@compulsivelyal -Lyall

@a-quiet-feeling -Ben

@ronyascribbles -Alfons

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gif battle: harryspotter vs dallisons: hp edition
↳ round one: the golden trio + gold

hermione, when have any of our plans ever actually worked? we plan, we get there, all hell breaks loose.
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Well… she did know how to open it… (Anna and Remington (my ocs) and 2017) Happy New Year!

Photoshop’s Eyedropper Tool Tip

SO I just learned a neat little thing that BLEW MY MIND - basically Photoshop is the gift that keeps on giving!

According to this twitter thread (and I’ve tried it and it worked for me), you can use the eyedropper tool to pick a colour outside of Photoshop like, say, a reference you have in your browser!

To do this, simply select the eyedropper tool when you’re working, then click (and hold) and drag it outside of your Photoshop window to wherever you like and it’ll pick the colours it finds!

This saves you the trouble of having to copy a reference image from your browser into Photoshop so you can simply grab a colour - this way you just have to drag the eyedropper!

(Be warned that some people experienced lag and/or crashes when they did this. I’m also not sure if it works for Mac users.)

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here we are now, with the falling sky and the rain
     we’re awakening ♪

one of the scenes I would really love to see (as I’m sure many people have thought of!) is Rey experiencing her first rainfall ☺ also because “Awakening” has become one of my theme songs for TFA and all the new kids, there’s something about it which is very beautiful and fits so well thematically ;;

AND BONUS PIC: Finn + Rey (+ Poe’s jacket of a thousand uses (〃▽〃) )

anonymous asked:

can I ask you an advice how to draw and colouring a background? I'm struggling that my background didn't match the main character drawing (I'm sorry if my english is bad)

I’m not sure if I can give much advice since I myself don’t draw background much. Example;

There is this tutorial that I found before in FB but couldn’t find it anymore. But I guess this will help too http://kotaku.com/tips-for-drawing-backgrounds-1759168924 . Also other than looking at drawing background tips. I think you can look up for photography tips. They also help you in how to study about composition when drawing background.

Bonus https://www.facebook.com/interaktfilms/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1292120724142411
The link above will help you as a reference on how to draw a good composition art.

Tips from me is, you need to understand your art elements first. What is the setting of your art. What is the mood. Is it happy? Sad? Intense? For example if your character is just standing with relaxed face you should add a calm atmosphere such as sky and cloud as background and not something intense.

In coloring- hm well I can’t help much with this since it depends on your coloring style (Mine is soft and vivid). But I always use a softer color for mine and try to contrast the character so they are not ‘drowned’ by the background. 

I think you should know what do you want to draw first before randomly draw the background. Other than that, try to learn about perspective so your art doesn’t look awkward.

Your English is fine and hope this help. :)

anonymous asked:

Hey Ami, so I'm not sure if you were already asked this, but how do you incorporate the watercolour texture into your drawings? I know you said that you got them from cgarofani, but how do you go about manipulating the textures into what you're colouring?

You take the texture you want and copy paste it into the file you’re working on! Position the layer with the texture over what you want (for me, I put it over hair. Make sure the texture layer is right on top of the layer with color), resize/rotate until you like where it is and select “Clipping Group” so it only covers hair. I use Paint Tool SAI but I’m sure photoshop and etc. have similar ways to clip the layer over another. I desaturate the texture till it’s gray (black/white), and set a layer mode for the texture layer. In SAI, I use “Shade” or “Lumi and Shade” (I have to darken colored layer though if I use Lumi/Shade), but for subtle effects you can use Overlay or anything really. Just try all the layers LOL
And then I change opacity!!