Cool! You did all with SAI, right? I had tried the watercolors with it....But I romantically suck in color with SAI. I guess I need to learn the basis of this program. XD I should do more practice as well..
Heh. It's ironic, cuz I can color with watercolors on paper, but no way I can use a program for do the same..XD It's a mess for me to do. Basically, I use SAI only for the linearts. Rarely for colors. I prefer the good old PS. Again, I need more practice. XD
Btw..May I ask to you a thing? (Since you know how to use SAI..) Someone said to me that it's actually possible "transfer" directly all the layers you're using on SAI, on another program as Photoshop, just using an option called "transfer", or something like that. I tried, but I really have no idea what to do later. I mean..Okay, I go on transfer and click on it, then what? Maybe you know how to do it? (Sorry if it's a weird/stupid/unknown question..I really have no idea what to do about it..)
I used a tutorial to get a better understanding on the watercolors for SAI. there'S a link to it in my first watercolor picture ^^
You can save SAI files as PS files, which is the easiest way to transfer the entire drawing. Or yo export the file into a psd file. That are the only ways I know how to get layers and settings from SAI into PS ^^
yeah practise is always good I still need some too thehe
no, the layers stay seperated PS even transfers the layer settings to it'S own but the transition is not exactly the same when it comes to the lumincesence/addition layer settings - so it's not exactly 1 on 1 but very very close, the difference is very little ^^