I would have liked to see a tutorial for maybe a slightly LESS wildly colored image (/shot) but I still find your technique very interesting and I may just have to apply some of it to my own work (but I'll probably forget)
Lmao, ohgod, I know. I was just asked to make one of whatever I coloured next, so I kind feel bad that I had to explain all this with such crazy colours and an abnormally pale skin tone. But oh well, hopefully it's not too confusing. eve;; Thanks!
but seriously, i learned so much from this. i think i'm going to have to give lineart a second chance -- it made things look flat for me, but i think the way you do some before and some after is a good way to avoid that since you can pick and choose what looks best inked and what looks best to be left to the imagination.
and how do you make rainbow barf not look like rainbow barf?! i'm sure it has something to do with the things i didn't pay attention to in my color theory class akahf.
I'm so happy! I didn't think this would actually be useful to anyone, but I'm really glad to know that it is. ;v; And go for it! I agree about the flat thing, that's totally how it made my stuff look when I was inking before colouring, so you just gotta find what clicks with you.
Ahhh, you're too kind. Thank you for the wonderful comment!