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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Sketching and Inking by Chelsea Brown

step 1:

"The firs thing you'll need is a sketch. Make sure you do it in pencil. It doesn't matter how neat it is since you're going to ink over it and erase it later. Just make it as neat as you need it to be to know what lines you'll be inking over. Make sure you sketch light enough that you'll be able to completely erase the lines once you're 
finished inking."

Step 2:
Now it's time to ink! Select your favorite inking pens and carefully go over the lines you wish to keep. Inking left to right if you're right-handed, or right to left if you're left-handed might be a good idea to avoid smearing your lines. If you make a mistake, don't worry! You'll be able to fix it once we've scanned the drawing into Photoshop.

Step 3: 
"Once your inking is completely dry, you can erase your sketch. You may find there are small areas where you made mistakes. Again, don't worry, you'll fix this in a moment."

Tutorial by Chelsea Brown

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