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The Big Long Tutorial: Part 01 by shesta713 The Big Long Tutorial: Part 01 by shesta713
** UPDATE ** Oct. 2013
Just letting everyone know I have revised this tutorial, I will re-upload the old version for you to look at as well (Though the content is pretty much the same.)
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** UPDATE ** Sept. 2010
I can't even begin to explain how excited and happy I am, so much positive and helpful feedback! I never would have thought that wirting this tutorial would have been such a success. I truly am thankful!

ANNND, this is my first DD! I think I nearly screamed and jumped for joy when I saw it! Thank you so much to *Leonca for suggesting it and for ^FantasyStock for featuring it!


:heart: Featured Here: infinite-heart.deviantart.com/… & fantasystock.deviantart.com/jo… & magicnaanavi.deviantart.com/jo… & deejb.deviantart.com/journal/A…
:heart: Re-made & posted on graphisutra www.graphisutra.com/tutorials/…
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This series of tutorials will teach you the basics of colours/light/shadow, and how to apply them.

:star: Part One: Tones, Hues, and Saturation.
:star: Part Two: Colours, and Intro to Light/Shadow. shesta713.deviantart.com/art/T…
:star: Part Three: Light/Shadow Continued shesta713.deviantart.com/art/T…
:star: Part Four: Putting it all together. shesta713.deviantart.com/art/T…
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The Big Long Tutorial: Part 01 by ~shesta713 -- Suggester's words: This tutorial helps digital artists to see what they are doing in a new way, so they can create pieces with more interesting color schemes due to an understanding of undertones. ( Suggested by Leonca and Featured by FantasyStock )
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CinnaBoo Nov 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very useful tutorial! +fav
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Nuclear-Shrimp Sep 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very cool and concise! 
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congatrehp Mar 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
i like it!thanks
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Astrikos Feb 7, 2013   General Artist
Your wonderful tutorial has been featured here
Consider giving the article a :+fav: :heart:
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Ive just discovered deviantart muro.Ive drawn and painted for years.This has opened up a whole new universe to me,and I would like to thank everyone envolved.
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NourMakky Jan 16, 2013  Student General Artist
nice! :D
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Chlorophylltheleaf Jan 5, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Oh..wow...
Thank for this amazing tutorials! TTuTT
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barbiejupiter Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
it is great, thanks, but i still find it hard to understand
TONES, and its difference between saturation... Especially neutral
tones... Is it a saturation of one specific warm or cool tone?
or is it a whole big group of saturation of neutral tones?
And in the next tutorial you mention that you have to
choose the group of colours when painting,
but they still have tones-warm and cool, so you still
may use the colour that is not in your chosen group?
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shesta713 Jan 2, 2013  Student General Artist
Saturation is not specific to warm or cool, in fact it can be any colour. Saturation is simply how "intense" the colour is, or its purest form.

What I mean when you should choose a group of colours when painting, I simple mean to pick a colour scheme and stick to it - of course you can break any of these "rules" because they aren't actually a rule. It's just a guideline.
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barbiejupiter Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ohhh just how intense, so it applies to black and white too?
i love your tutorial, i like that they are some guidelines, something like a "rule" that you can follow and that can help you to paint something "correct".
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