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Manga Screentoning Tutorial by juri0juli Manga Screentoning Tutorial by juri0juli's yet another tutorial from me. Exactly how I work on manga. So for you web comic enthusiasts, I hope this helps. :)
And as for useful links, here's the best resource I've got so far:
Screentones and Brushes
main tone patches i use
These should be good enough for you guys to start with, and more will come soon!
And if you're interested in the manga: Read Bullet here
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Karlene-chan Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2015
Thank you for the usefull tutorial I was looking for something like this :)
TaiyouHikari Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
may i ask where you downloaded youre brush?? .w.
hisaru Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i have a question, how can we use the pattern looks fade and begin to small? sorry poor english.. ;P
juri0juli Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2009  Student General Artist
heh, a bit confused on the question. You want to fade the pattern, or a gradient? Something like that?
hisaru Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah something like that!! >A<
juri0juli Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009  Student General Artist
Okay, so the way I do that goes something like this. Place the tone over an area in its separate layer. Then, in the layers pallette, next to the "Lock:" option is the square thing that says "lock transparent cells" or something. Click that.
Then click on your gradient tool, hidden under the paint bucket in the tools menu. At the top of the screen you'll see your gradient options. It'll say "Mode: Normal".If you're fading the gradient into white then keep it at normal. If you're fading the gradient into a darker shade, then select "Mode: Multiply". This will pretty much make sure you cans till see the tone dots through the dark gradient. Also in that top window, make sure you've selected the gradient that merges into a transparent area, and not your selected bg colour. That way, you'll be layering the gradient over the tone.
Wow..that all sounds really confusing. I'll make a more in depth tutorial for toning shortly I think. : )
hisaru Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you so much for the explanation~ :hug: i understand what yer saying ^^ and ive tried to use it on my sample comic here [link] i used gradient on it~ thank you so much~ :heart:
baixam Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2008
useful tutorial, thanks
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