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how to colour without using layers in java

in this tutorial i'll show how to colour in java

Tutorial category: drawing  
Tutorial type:
Step-by-step   
Submitted by:
^KuRoHyOu^
Tools used: java
This tutorial is based on:
Freya pg 15 by ^KuRoHyOu^

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Step 1

with the help of the pencil tool size 1 we'll make the characters outline

 

Step 2

we'll color with the help of the fill tool and with the pencil cover the blank spaces

 

 

Step 3

time for shadows , with crayon thickness at 2 and darker colors we'll make the shades of the clothes

 

Step 4

to make the pass from the color to the shade look more uniform we'll use the blend tool

 

Step 5

after we finish with the shades depending on the texture of the clothes we'll add spots of light with the airbrush

 

 

Step 6

after we finish with the lights it's time to begin with the shoulders , the same method used with the clothes but you have to keep in mind that this are made from a tough material

 

Step 7

this time the white overtones are brighter

 

Step 8

if needed use the airbrush

 

Step 9

time for the skin

 

Step 10

the same as the clothes the same tools

 

Step 11

now the eyes, first we put black then a darker blue color , this time pencil on size 1

 

Step 12

again the blend tool

 

Step 13

we repeat step 11 and 12 two times but using brighter and brighter colors on smaller portions

 

Step 14

i let the hair close to the end because we'll have a lot to work on it, first we use crayon on thickness 1 with a darker color ( i chose a small thickness because after we'll use the blendind tool the effect would look almost realistic)

 

Step 15

and here it's the result of the blend tool

 

Step 16

now we'll add a darker color on smaller portions than the first time

 

Step 17

after we finish with the blend tool we put a lighter color

 

Step 18

we finished that part but something is not working, it doesn't look finished

 

Step 19

it's time for airbrush. use a darker colour first

 

Step 20

ofcourse in some places we'll have to use a biger tool

 

Step 21

and now the light

 

Step 22

i had to remake the outline because i kinda erased the first one

 

Step 23

for the background to not stay this way we'll search for the texture box

 

Step 24

from here we chose the texture for the background , i used the brush at size 28 and opacity 32

 

Step 25

and this texture but with different opacity

 

Step 26

and here is the final draw

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