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ProMarker Tutorial by Nashimus ProMarker Tutorial by Nashimus
Well, it was supposed to be just a ProMarker tutorial, but I ended up showing the whole progress of the picture, including all the cut and glue stuff.

It's a big file, but tutorials tend to be that way so deal with it. :iconmotherofgodplz:

Sorry if there are typos, I checked and double checked but there's bound to be at least one anyway. D:

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Nuki111 Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
Thanks for this tutorial!
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Nashimus Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
You're welcome. :)
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Eosphora Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
Thank you so much ! It's very clear and detailed ^^ very useful
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Nashimus Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
Yay, I'm happy you think so! :la:
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Eosphora Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
:la:
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xZ-e-r-o Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Jesus, this has to be one of the most helpful things I've read in about a year.
Promarker tutorials are hard to find...
I've finally figured out what I'm doing wrong I treating the promarkers like copics, soft and wispy
whereas actually promarkers are better for bold, colourful pictures
anyway, thanks so much for making this, the tips on hair, skin and material were particulary useful and the finished pic looks amazing
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Nashimus Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
I haven't been able to use copics enough to notice the difference between the two markers, but now that you mention it, copic works do look a lot softer than promarker works!
Anyway, I'm really happy that you found this helpful. :aww:
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WereWolf96 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
Ooh.. It turned out really good! o3o
Have you ever tried to do the shadows first and after that.. Color the whole part? :D And you don't start with the brighter colors? o:

Oh, and btw.. What exactly is the name of that "white gel pen"? XD
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Nashimus Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
Yes, I've tried that too. With skin I'm just more careful since it's not fun if you accidentally make it too dark. But with everything else I like to experiment. :)

And the gel pen I use is Gelly Roll medium tip gel pen: [link]

But I'm pretty sure any kind of gel pen goes. I usually try them out at stores before buying. First I draw a little ball on a paper with a black pen, then I use the white gel pen on top of it. If it's visible on the black area, it'll work fine with markers too.
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WereWolf96 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
Oh, ok :la:
Hmm.. I wonder if I can find any of those here in sweden.. Last time I asked for a pen that should be able to do white lines on top of marker colors.. They said that they didn't have any.. But I'll try the thing you do next time to see if they were wrong or not XD
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