【ibisPaint】How to Paint the Hair

【ibisPaint】How to Paint the Hair


If subtitles overlap, please tap the maximize button. I will paint gradients on the hair. Open the layer window and select the base color layer of the hair. Add a new layer on the hair layer and turn on clipping. If you turn on clipping, paint doesn’t overflow from the base color. Make a darker color on the color window. Open the brush window and create gradients with the “Airbrush (Normal)”. Paint the dark color as a whole. Make a bright color on the color window. Paint a bright color around the face and the place where light shines. I will paint the gradients and change the blending mode. Add a layer below the gradient to make it look brilliant. Open the layer window and select the gradient layer and choose blending mode. Let’s choose the blend mode that fits that character. I select “Soft Light” this time. Adjust the “Layer Opacity” to change the intensity of the gradient. Add a new layer and paint the whole shadow. Open the layer window and add a new layer below the gradient. Turn on clipping. Set the blending mode to “Darken”. Lower the “Layer Opacity”. Choose a darker color on the color window. Open the brush window and select the “Pen (Fade)”. Fill the whole. I will make the luster with the eraser along the flow of the hair. Switch to the eraser tool with the toggle button to make the hair shine. Open the brush window and select the “Pen (fade)”. First of all, paint the luster of the outside. Let’s paint gloss on the hair tip. Paint a big luster along the flow of the hair. Change to the brush tool to paint the gloss. Fine tune the gloss while taking advantage of the “Pen (Fade)”. When the gloss is made, erase it a little with the “Airbrush (Normal)”. Erase the surroundings and the outside of the face a little. I will paint shadows. Open the layer window and add a new layer below the gradient layer. Turn on clipping. Set the blending mode to the “Darken”. Lower the “Layer Opacity”. Switch to the brush tool with the toggle button to paint the shadow. Let’s lower the “Layer Opacity” if the shadow is dark. When the shadow is painted, fine tune the shape with the eraser. Add a layer in the same way and paint the shadows in detail. Complete! Thank you for your watching!

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