I think it is these little things that can have a major influence on your artwork. Even if you do not use it, it is important to at least be aware of it.
Please please let me know if this was any kind of helpful to you! Or any other feedback. Everything is welcome. I really want to know what you think of it.
And please share your work with me, if you think my tutorial has been of help with your development! <3 I really hope my tutorial can help haha
Oh and English is not my first language, so some things might be worded a little oddly. At least it is not worded as well as I wanted to, but some things are just hard to translate.
There actually is a lot more I could say, so maybe I will make a part 2 some day. Because this really only just focuses on the effects brightness and saturation.
Wow! Thanks for the DD! It means a lot to me I wasn't sure if I should post this tutorial when I made it, afraid that it only made sense to myself XD But now I'm glad I did!
thank you !
This is neat...
I think I've heard this kind of thing before, but not exactly this way. Maybe it's the examples.
In the tutorial, you've used the term 'vocal point' more than once. I think you meant 'focal point' like 'focus'. 'vocal' refers to sound, like 'vocal cords'.
I tried something with lighter and darker colors in a picture recently (I usually just pick whatever colors I think look good, but I thought I'd try going with really light focal points and a really dark background and keep it somewhat consistant instead of all over the place), but I think I ended up with some odd looking colors from trying to get the colors to match each other while at the same time sticking with them being as bright or dark as I was wanting. So I think I need to work on using color more.