5.Coloring Inside the Border Lines (Frame Borders)

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The "Border" frame border folder contains the layers on which the character and background of Frame 4 have been drawn. Create a layer for coloring in the [Frame Border folder] and color the frame.


Coloring the Character in Frame 4

1 Select the "Characters 2" layer in the "Border" folder on the [Layer] palette and click [New Raster Layer].

Change the layer name of the created layer to "Skin 2".


2 Drag the "Skin 2" layer so that it is immediately below the "Characters 2" layer.


[Memo]

·The "Characters 2" layer contains the main lines. Moving the “Layer 1" layer immediately below the "Characters 2" layer ensures that the content added with the [Fill] tool and [Pen] tool does not cover the line drawing.

· Move any layers by dragging the grip on the right side of the layer when using the tablet or smartphone versions.


3 Color the "Skin 2" layer.

Click the [Fill] tool and then select [Refer other layers] from the [Sub tool] palette. Click the areas to be colored to fill them with the base color.


4 Draw over these areas by following the same steps as in "Coloring the Characters".

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5 Color the other areas to finish coloring the character in Frame 4.


Coloring the Background

1 On the [Layer] palette, click [Show/hide layer] next to the "Dense flash", "Stream line" and "Dark saturated line(curve)" layers to hide these layers.


2 Click [New Raster Layer] on the [Layer] palette and change the stacking order so that the created layer is at the bottom of the "Frame Border" folder.

Change the layer name of the created layer to "Frames 1-4: Background".


3 Use the [Rectangle] sub tool of the [Selection] tool to create a selection encompassing the area of Frame 4.


4 Select the [Gradient] tool on the [Tool] palette and select [Foreground to background] on the [Sub tool] palette.


5 On the [Color Wheel] palette, set pale blue as the main color and beige as the sub color.


6 Draw a gradient from left to right.

After you have finished drawing the gradient, click the [Selection] menu → [Deselect] to deselect the selected area.


7 Use the [Soft] sub tool of the [Airbrush] tool to add the ground color of the background in Frame 1.


8 Click [New Raster Layer] on the [Layer] palette.

Change the layer name of the created layer to "Frames 1-4: Background 2".


9 Use the [G-pen] sub tool of the [Pen] tool to draw the shadows of the characters and the small items scattered in the background.


1 0Click [Show/hide layer] next to the "Dense flash", "Stream line" and "Dark saturated line (curve)" layers to show these layers.

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