i made a 2 part story on here and that's about it, i dont know how to put art on here, and for pictures you draw with pencil or something like that i know you need to copy it, but idk who to do that D: i need to ask my mother but maybe next time i draw something i wanna put online
Under 'submit' you go 'submit art.' To add a story, on the 'submit art' page you press the 'add text' button, then you have to copy and paste your text from wherever you typed it. It's the same for art. Next to the 'add text' button there's also 'add file.' Click that and browse to your artwork.
:c It's so awesomely awesome, it makes me wanna cry. ;u; I hope this isn't asking too much, and if you don't feel like explaining it, that's okay...but can you explain to me how to do digital colouring and all? Like, what program you use and how to make it look amazing like this? I've tried to do it my own way, but my way makes people die because their eyes have been coated with ugliness.
First, I'm sorry for the late reply to this. I saw your comment before but never got around to answering it until now >.<. Forgive me. To make matters worse, I have the worlds most crappiest MOUSE, which has been failing to click correctly, and JUST as I finished typing up a tutorial on here for you, it friggin off-clicked and I lost the whole comment.
Anyway, I use Photoshop CS4 for all of my work (CS5 or SAI on the rare occasion). I don't know if you use any of the Photoshop's but I recommend them.
For the first style, I basically do a complete grey-scale layer before actually going over this with the colour pallet: [link] I usually set the colour layer to multiply or overlay, or whatever works best, so that you can see the grey through the layer. I also adjust the transparency of the layer. For the eyes, I just use the burn and dodge tools and mess around with them until I create something I'm happy with.
For the second second style, I just use basic cell shading: [link] You start of with a flat layer, then add darker colours for the shadows and lighter colours for the hightlights. You can use multiple darker colours as well to make it more dramatic, but I usually just use one colour.
And how do I make it amazing? XD. Experimentation. Nothing more fun than exploiting a program and finding ways to make your image better! Mess with the tools and gradients and you're bound to find an effect you're looking for. Photoshop has many different ways to improve images, including filters and patterns. Just mess around! Of course, it's also down to practice as well. It takes a while to learn Photoshop, but if you're patient with it, it will eventually come naturally. Practice makes perfect!
I hope this somewhat helps you. If you have anymore questions, just ask.
Thank you SO SO much! I never thought of grey-scaling. I have Photoshop, Corel, and SAI so I'm able to do this! HAPPINESS! I can't wait to start something now. You've really made my day! Again, I'll say it: THANK YOU!