How do you do it, that the colour always fits so neatly with the pencil shading? It looks as if just the traditionall shaded areas were also shaded digitally. I know you use SAI but I never found any setting making this possible in there.
mmm I can't quite understand what you are wondering, but if you want your color to stay within your line, you just need to be very patient and draw line digital to color. well if you want to get the piece to look not too digital, actually the colors shouldn't stay too neat in the line tho.
Ah, I'm sorry. I wasn't quite sure how to express my question. I'll try it again.
In your gallery you often post two versions of a picture: The finished one with colours and one pencil version. The pencil version isn't just lineart but already contains pencil shades. Your coloured pieces still have the texture of this special pencil shading and I wanted to know how you paint digitally and still keep the pencil textures in your drawings. Especially because they don't seem to be just "pencil grey" but it looks as if you add colour to the pencil layer as well.
Wow, you put a lot of work into it! I like the idea of drawing costume ideas then pose ideas and letting the client choose, but ...wow, it is a lot of work! I guess you can always use the poses not used for something else.