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And this is so cool o(*≧□≦)o
Oh one more thing if you want (that is if your up to it) You can have the tutorial for you yourself in trade for a drawing of my oc Jc? The wolf? If not that's fine you can still have the tutorial. 🙂
Btw I made the water tutorial for you! Sorry it took so long though!
> PineapplePen Hehe! I use flat brush wet for most of everything. I normally have it on a low capacity (4% for blending and about 18% for putting down the colours). Then flat brush dry gives the hair strand look-I also use it on a low capacity (you kind of have to play around with it.). I use the watercolor wet(I think thats the name???) For blending. I also keep that one on around 4%-7%, it really depends on what I'm doing. I use "pen(sharp)" for the fur tips. I keep it at 100% capacity always. It takes awhile to get used to but it works well. Just play around with it! You can access the flat brushes in your MediBang cloud. If you don't know how to access that cloud there are YouTube videos on it!
Also give me your detail skills ;-;
What brushes you used for dis yo ;-;
> AngelOfTheNight Are you kidding me? This IS amazing! And you are REALLY GOOD at digital art!
> Emberblaze Ah thanks! And its not amazing nor amazing. >~<` Though I do watch a lot of speed paints by ClockBirds and others to see how they color their work. So I try my best to follow the patterns they do. Its very helpful! Though, I'm not very good at digital art... I practice a lot.
How is all your art so amazing and perfect!
> 温季篌 Thanks! Thats what I was going for. XD
Want a small tip for painting fur? You don't need to stroak in ever single little hair. Just put it is where you think it would be most visible(like the chest, cheeks, underbelly.). And the fur doesn't need to stand out a bunch. (This is just constructive criticism. So don't take it hard! Its just something to think about. ) This looks awesome though!