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After talking with others on the forums, I decided to try my hand at a tutorial. This is just a method I use for shading and adding highlights. I tried to make it easy to follow and understand.
I'm actually making toons. I've found this to be the single best method for shading. Good job.
looking at the review be4 me i just want to say that im not a noob at mf and also i have the eraser fill that he said idk what version of flash you have and he never said left click to do it not that i remember also i new what he ment for everything and i just watched this tutorial to c how i can inprove myself for this game im creating atm its not close to finished but i have a beta test either go to my name or just search anthony frank as artist =D thx for tut.
ITs good but you left out stuff, like locking the 1st layer, if people didnt know that they might get confused and, some of the stuff you said didn't make sense like with the eraser tool, that option wasn't even available when you left clicked or couble clicked ot whatever, nice drawing but include all details if you plan to do this again. Also i said Animal Crossing Blooper said Animal Crossing Bloopers and so sorry for that otherwise i guess that movie was ok.
Nice tutorial but...
That is the stupidest and most tedious thing you can ever do. >:(
thing is ....say you done the drawing...and added the shading...and later wanted to change the colour of something on the picture...the shaded layer will already be there and you wouldn't have to dig up the darker colour for the shading. I know it's a long way, but it works. I use this and another shading technique.
This is the best tutorial I have seen yet. Not trying to be sarcastic, but the others should take a lesson or 20 from you.
Context? Context is for casuals.
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