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7 steps in having clean lines by OracularDream 7 steps in having clean lines by OracularDream
Tutorial for :iconbag-chan:

This is exactly how I do it and it only takes me about 10 minutes. By using replace color I don't have to clean up my lines after darkening them through photoshop.

If you have anymore questions just ask.
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:iconlvlisanthropy:
YES. YES. Thank you! I found your profile through a comment you made on endling's work-
I thought your avatar looked hilarious so i decided to check your profile. Very original and interesting artwork!
and then I found this 8D
I needed this! I SUCK at making clean linart. That is arguably my biggest flaw as an artist. Thanks! c:
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:iconoraculardream:
OracularDream Apr 21, 2011  Student General Artist
Oh thanks! I'm glad this tutorial could be of help to you.
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:iconmortmortmorty:
i love your linework. :bow:
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:iconinkharbour:
Hey! I have an HP Photosmart C7280 All-in-One too! I think I'd prefer a normal flatbed scanner though...The raised portion of my machine makes it hard to scan big papers... :[ Not a fan of its ink dilemmas either. But that's besides the point. I love seeing how others work! I used to erase the pencil under the ink too but always noticed it faded the ink some... now I just use blue or red pencil and fade it out in Photoshop... haha, another way for my laziness to shine through!
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OracularDream Feb 20, 2011  Student General Artist
I'm a poor artist so I got the premium because it's the best I could get for my money, haha. That's how I learned how to use replace color, actually. Some of my friends use blue pencil under their inks and then told me they could easily get rid of them in photoshop. Interesting stuff.
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:iconinkharbour:
Yeah, that's what I do pretty much. It saves me the hassle of erasing the pencil underneath... it also makes the original artwork look less like a print out in my opinion, haha.
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OracularDream Feb 20, 2011  Student General Artist
Yet, when I erase my inks don't fade. My pencils are really light and I just erase lightly, haha.
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:iconinkharbour:
BLASPHEMY. What is this ink you use. Hm...
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:iconoraculardream:
OracularDream Feb 20, 2011  Student General Artist
Magic.
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LinkSketchit Feb 20, 2011   Digital Artist
Nicely done!
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