【ibisPaint】How to paint Hair【Lecture】

【ibisPaint】How to paint Hair【Lecture】


This video has subtitles. Tap the maximize button. Turn on subtitles from here. How to paint Hair This time the topic is how to color hair, which many of you have asked about, so I’ll explain you how I do it! In another hair coloring video I uploaded I was using a lot of different Blend Mode, but this time I’ll show you how by just using only two types of Blend Mode to color hair! I already explained how to draw hair in the previous video, so I hope you guys watch this video together with the previous one! I also explained how to draw the face in the previous video! Please watch it if you’re interested! First, I’ll put the base color for the hair! Open the Layer window. And tap Add Layer below the line drawing layer. Open the Color window and create the color which I want to paint. When creating the base color, I usually use the colors from this range! The ones that look like they’re mixed with a little bit of gray, a little pale, dull colors Which makes the color scheme clear and light! If you use the opposite colors for the base, the color scheme becomes heavy. Let’s keep in mind about the pale, dull colors and do the coloring for this art work! Now open the Tool Selection window and choose the Bucket tool. If your line drawing has a gap, and the tool ends up coloring where you don’t want to you can turn on the Gap Recognition, which recognize the gaps in your line drawing and only paint where you want to! If it colors outside of the line drawing even with the Gap Recognition on, tap Settings button and adjust Strength to 0%, which should help you paint properly! I paint the whole space dark. Open the Layer window and add a new layer on top of the hair’s base color layer and turn the Clipping on. Change the Blend Mode to ”Multiply”. If you put the shadow on the Normal Layer the whole drawing ends up being filled with color, so it doesn’t look like shadow at all. But if you change this layer from Normal to “Multiply”… the colors from below show through and looks like a proper shadow. If you change the layer into “Multiply” using other color it will look like a shadow, too! Use a pale, dull color on a Multiply Layer to make the shadow! Apply the shadow on the whole area. Remember to copy the color of the shadow into the Color Palette! After applying the shadow to whole area Let’s put lights on outlines to make it look three-dimensional! Change Brush tool to Eraser Tool and change the shape of the eraser in the Brush window to “Pencil (Graphite)”. Applying some light to the outlines will make the drawing look more three-dimensional. Let’s first erase the head while remembering that we want it to look three-dimensional! Once the outlines are done, Let’s draw the cuticle! When I draw the cuticle I imagine that the hair is partitioned into strands. And I try to draw the cuticle on each strand. Let’s draw the cuticle. I make the cuticle with the Eraser tool. The brush I use is the same as before, “Pencil (Graphite)”. I add one more cuticle on top. Even one cuticle makes it look more three-dimensional, but putting the cuticle also on top of the head gives the drawing more depth and makes it even more three-dimensional! Once I drew the hair cuticle, Slightly I erase the whole as not to make the cuticle disappear. I open the Brush window and change the shape of the Eraser to “Airbrush (Normal)”. The whole area will become lighter and blurry. I draw the flow of the hair in the places where I made the color paler with the Eraser. I change to the Brush tool and go on with “Pencil (Graphite)”. Since I’m now drawing on the same layer, it’s important to pay attention to the overall balance and draw carefully! Remember to draw properly the shadow on top of the head! I’ll now put borders on the hair shading and make it more distinctly! Open the Layer window and duplicate the shadow layer by “Duplicate Layer”. While having the shadow layer chosen Open the Tool Selection window and choose “Filter”. Tap “Style” and Wet Edge. Now I separate the hair strands with deep shadows. As before, add the Multiply Layer and do the clipping. I draw the hair strands with the same color. The brush I use is the same as before, “Pencil (Graphite)”. Now I make the cuticle shine with a blur. I open the Layer window Create a new layer and turn the clipping on. Tap Blend Mode and “Add” in the Lighten section. If I just put some color on top of the Normal Layer, it just makes the color go on top, but if I change the Blend Mode to “Add” It makes there’s a radiant light like this! I create a color that is a little dark. White is also okay, but it tends to radiate too much, so you can adjust the radiance with the color you choose! The brush I use is “Airbrush (Normal)”. Making the face area radiant makes the feeling of transparency! Open the Layer window I scroll it to the top and tap “Add Layer from Canvas” to add on the very top. Add another layer on top of that and turn the clipping on. Tap Blend Mode and choose “Add”. Create a dull red color and make the area around the face more radiant with the “Airbrush”. done! I hope you try following this tutorial yourself! thank you for your Watching!!

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