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Digital Painting from an illustration

By Mike York
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Date Added: 9th December 2009
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For starters this is a tutorial on how to complete a digital painting from a illustration very quickly. My example is a background design layout. I chose to use Adobe Photoshop 6 but you can do this in version 6 or 7

Step 1

First scan in your drawing at 300 DPI. That is usually what I scan it in at. This makes it easier to paint later on because you can zoom in really far without getting nasty pixelation

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Step 2

Next you want to crop your drawing the way you want it to be, I chose to crop mine like this

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Step 3

Make a duplicate copy of your background layer by right clicking it and selecting duplicate layer

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Step 4

Now delete your original background layer so all u have left is the copy

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