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Tutorial: Shading Methods in SAI Part A by forte-girl7 Tutorial: Shading Methods in SAI Part A by forte-girl7
I tried to upload both of these tutorials TOGETHER but the file was too big for dA, so I cut it in half.

Anyway, welcome to another tutorial! This is Part A of this set - Part B will be up shortly! This tutorial covers three different shading methods I regularly use on Paint Tool SAI. This one here covers cell-shading.

You can find Part B here: [link]

Check out my other tutorials at the following links!
Colouring with the Fill Bucket in SAI: [link]
Shading with Masks in SAI: [link]
Lineart in Inkscape: [link]
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NicaRox2006 Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
May I ask what that green thing in Sai does? It's highlighted green on your lineart layer. I've been trying to find out forever.
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forte-girl7 Jul 3, 2013  Professional Filmographer
That signifies that the Layer is the Selection Layer
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Kaoyux Dec 8, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Hi, I'm writing to let you know that I featured your tutorial in my Art Features journal :pointr: [link]
Please consider adding it to your favorites. Thank you for your time and the work you did in creating your Tutorial! ^o^
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McDie Nov 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is just.... amazing

thank you
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:icongabbyvee:
omg just realized...is this supposed to look like Tac from Richard Willaims "The Theif and the Cobbler"?
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forte-girl7 Sep 5, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Haha yeah. The character there is actually a cobbler-in-training herself, so I thought it would be fun.
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:icongabbyvee:
That's really cute! Good to see a tip of the hat to Tac, such a cutie.
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shinyfeather22 Jul 28, 2012  Student General Artist
Actually, human eyes are more sensitive to the colour blue, so you'd be right on most shadows "appearing" blue.
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