lately I've been thinking about tutorial - how to quickly improve the scanned work in Photoshop. In the pool you showed some interest. Why I want to do this? Because I frequently see and read under yours works or in comments, that you have a problem with this. You feel that your work doesn't look aesthetic because you can't fix dust in the scanner or you want to do small corrections on your work. I want help you with that ^3^
However when I was thinking about this I saw one tutorial was not enough , because lineart , pencil work with a shade or color work should be treated differently when we clean it or want to improve the quality. Therefore decided I to do 3 simple tutorials which I will show you in short time . They will be about scanning lineart or page comics when we wish to achieve clean white and black lines, pencil works where we want to keep all the shades and color works where we want to reproduce the colors as in the actual work.
But that's not the end Firstly, I don't have pencil work which I may use for this tutorial, secondly –what is the challenge to fix my own work when I do that everyday? So I had this idea: if I find a person who wants to sent me their work, I will use in this tutorial. It would be with benefit for me and to you because I 'll have stuff to fix and you'll have cleaned artwork to your gallery and you will participate in the tutorial!
- person who wants to take part in this game must be able to send me (by e-mail) scan in 300 dpi or 600 dpi
- the level of artwork doesn't matter
- you must pick link to one of your works on DA under this journal. This must be a : lineart, pencil work or color work in any traditional technique. That way it will be easy for me to pick the winner!
- time to submit link under this journal – 1 week
After one week from now I will choose 3 artworks and I'll send a note to those 3 winners and I give my e-mail (to send me a scanned artwork in high resolution).
What is the prize?
• winners will get new versions of their works
• their work will be part of the tutorial
So? Anyone interested?