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ChocoMiu
22 Nov, 2012 5:05 am

I wanna try that after i finish all the requests and stuff!!!...but i don't think mines would turn out right tongue

red*rogue
21 Nov, 2012 10:46 pm

^ that also possible, lol

Aphetide
21 Nov, 2012 6:32 pm

You can always move the lineart to top layer so all your colors would be under it owo

I usually make my layer order as:
- (top) lineart
- color 1
- sketch (delete if you want)
- bg

Or maybe that's what red*rouge already said but I just fail with comprehension eue;;

ChocoMiu
21 Nov, 2012 6:16 pm

Tha...thats so cool!!! sorry..its not a topic i posted but i was wondering how to use layers properly so, thank you(for bringing this up and thank you for answering this question)!!! big_smile

princesskr9
12 Jul, 2012 8:48 pm

red*rogue wrote:

Layer 3 Colour (Layer properties: MULTIPLY)
Layer 2 Lineart (Layer properties: NORMAL)

Highly recommend not to work on layer 1 since that one isn't transparant o.-
Is sometimes very bothersome.

Sketch on layer 2
Lineart on layer 3
Colour on layer 4 with the properties on multiply.

Wow, thank you very much!

red*rogue
12 Jul, 2012 8:19 pm

Layer 3 Colour (Layer properties: MULTIPLY)
Layer 2 Lineart (Layer properties: NORMAL)

Highly recommend not to work on layer 1 since that one isn't transparant o.-
Is sometimes very bothersome.

Sketch on layer 2
Lineart on layer 3
Colour on layer 4 with the properties on multiply.

princesskr9
12 Jul, 2012 7:38 pm

Hey!
I am not new to java, ive been using it for months, but i need help on the layer situation.
You know how to draw the lineart, and then do another layer to color over it, but the lineart doesn't get ruined? I've tried it, but it doesnt work!
i only know it, cuz my friend told me. Please help! i always have to color by: adding another layer, and doing the layer choice, 'Darken" and THEN it doesnt go over my lineart. please, someone show me a tutorial or something! or just straight out tell me how! please!
thank you so much!

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