Hah, z Lilai to nigdy nie wiadomo czy odpowie xD A ja osobiście by uzyskać dokładnie tak jak tu jest to poziomy+wyciągamy na alfie szkic z kartki+ewentualnie kontrast+tekstura papieru starego jak dwa światy+zablokować warstwę i przejechać ją kolorem takim jak tu widać, bądź zwyczajnie niebieskim idącym w cyjan, acz ciemnym i ustawionym na multiply. I tyle chyba "D
I hope this isn't a dumb question, but how do you digitally color pencil sketches? It seems like that's what you did here, applied digital color to a traditional drawing, and I just have been wondering how one does that..
Marvelous piece though! Love it, the coloring is fantastic!
If you get a painting program such as Photoshop, Gimp, Sai or Corel, to name a few, you can color on a separate layer underneath the lines of the traditional piece, so it sits on top but remains unaffected. Hope that helps a bit!
You could use overlay if you like, there's a whole bunch of functions, but you can also 'lift' the canvas and color underneath, preserving the lines too. Then you can change the opacity and if you want the hue of the lines as well with layers over the top or..masks and sutff. I found the best way to do that is PS is making it a multiply type of layer but if the paper is coloured it takes that with it and disrupts the color. You could always desaturate it and adjust the levels though I think..I'm not sure, I usually use painter, though they're both very similar, they do the same thing but in different ways
Ah some programs automatically lock it, so you can't accidentally mess it up. You can convert it to a normal layer, or duplicate it, or as painter offers to 'lift' it to a watercolour layer. That way you can move it about freely and tinker with it. I'm not sure about gimp or sai as I've not used them, but I assume they do the same thing. :3