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Tutorial: How to CG anime Hair

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Well, I've never seen any tutorials in the art portal, so I thought I'd submit a tutorial on how to do hair :3

++ WARNING, BIG FILE ++

Finally got around to doing a tutorial XD
Ah, this took forever.

Sorry it isn't in Photoshop, but I know I can use most of these tools with the default brushes in photoshop myself, so just try and apply it to your own software.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask! Let me know if you use this, I'd like to see what you guys can do with it xD

Here's the finished piece : http://www.newgrounds.com /art/view/suwako/fandom-a rtist

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wow

ur a pro at this



Great

Just one thing, though. I notice most of the times that they keep the "black surrounding" in the hair. I don't know if I can explain myself, I don't know any of those technical arty terms. What I'm trying to say is if it were up to me I'd leave it in the 8th step.
And also thanks for explaining how to obtain the shiny effect. I don't get along with shiny. I wish I did, because I like it. Yeah! Shiny stuff! Now we're talking.


suwako responds:

thanks!
oh, well that just down to personal preference, really x3 A lot of people don't recolour their lineart, i get what you mean :3 i just prefer it when it's recoloured and i like having no lineart. c: you can do it anyway you like, though, no one has to follow this to a T! :D
oh, no problem at all! glad i helped you!
shiny can be troublesome, especially when people use too much of it! XD
but, when used in a nice amount, it looks awesome! :D

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Aug 23, 2009
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