I just -- oh gosh, this is complicated to explain ahahah <3
I make a new Multiply layer above the pencil art and colour the areas that I DON't want to be transparent. Then you select the area around that coloured tracing you just did on the multiply layer, click back onto the pencil layer, and hit delete.
Then you can delete that multiply layer, cause now your pencil art has no white background! WOO! :3
RedFlameWolfFeatured By OwnerDec 13, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
will photoshop cs3 work? xD Which tool do you use to select the pencil art I meant to say, but ended up merging those two questions together xD For example earlier you said that you color the pencil art, With which tool do you color the pencil art? Thank you so very much <3
I think it should XD <33 if you can save with transparency, then it'll work you can try it by drawing a small thing and save it as a .png -- if the file shows up as transparent around your drawing on your desktop icon of the file, then it works
I used the magic wand tool to select the empty space
and any hard, 100% opacity brush should be fine for the colouring part (make sure it's on a new layer, set to multiply, so you can see the pencil underneath your colouring)