Yoosh i'm finally finished with the translation so here is my ultimate watercolor tutorial for those who love to draw with that media like i doo. i hope you can find some usefull tips for your own in there.
One main doubt on watercolors, since it's what I'd say my favourite style/medium (semi-realistic digital being the second). I really love the bright/vivid colors and the freedom it can give, but I always had this question; do the colors look already that bright and colorful, or do you use some kind of soft contrast modification on computer so it's more visible?
Wow! I am so adding you! I have been trying to work with water colour for some time now - but I have always wondered how to get those eye popping colours! It's good to know the right paper to use as well! Thank you so much for this!
I really like this tutorial I want to purchase Rohrer & Klingner waterproof ink for lineart, but do I choose "Zeichentusche" or "Ausziehtusche" ? T___T Color is not a problem, since I only need brown and black, but which one did you use here?
I used to use water color in my fine arts studio, but I could never get ahold of using them in manga style art before. (probably cause i see the lines as borders with limits, since my work never had been lined)
I can't wait to try this out and I hope this tutorial helps me get that color I want, and I don't bleed the color everywhere HAHA.
Thank you for these tutorials! Keep it up. They're super helpful!