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Published on Dec 16, 2016
Hi everyone! In my past tutorials, I showed how to paint over 3D models to speed up the drawing process (for artists who hurt their hands or just want to put out more art in a shorter period of time for comics). In this tutorial, I'm using a photo base instead of a 3D render.
The differences are it's harder to control the lighting in a photo (hence the extra editing in Lightroom), and it's harder to extract lineart. in 3D you can just render the lineart, but photos can't do that. I mentioned the Filter Forge plugin in this video which I used for making the background look painted, although not demonstrated in this video, Filter Forge also has lineart extraction filters. I'll probably be showing the lineart feature in the future :)
I'm thinking of doing short narrated videos of specific techniques in the future, so stay tuned! (I need to work up the courage to record my own voice lol)