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editing your scans by Fukari editing your scans by Fukari
here I showed you my ways to edit scanned linearts Pencil 
software: photoshop CS5

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:iconhepocomic:
hepocomic Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:happybounce: 
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GKard Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Hobbyist
Thank you very much! Your tutorial saved me!
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Iwillsitonyou Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2016  Student Artist
YAY! i was wondering how people did 
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:iconbeebearie:
BeeBearie Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2016  Student Digital Artist
This is the most helpful thing I've ever read ever. I'm just idek this makes such a difference for me THANK YOU!
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:iconnewbiescrub:
Newbiescrub Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2016  Professional Interface Designer
This is SOOOOOO GREAT
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:icongamemaster14:
GameMaster14 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much for this tutorial! This is a very great technique.
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:icondirepaw:
Direpaw Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Did you use toonboom harmony?
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:iconpineleafgp:
PineLeafgp Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
What software did you use? 
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:iconnatka778:
Natka778 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2016
Photoshop CS5 ;)
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:iconpineleafgp:
PineLeafgp Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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:iconnatka778:
Natka778 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2016
Your welcome ^w^
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:icongabeire:
GabeIre Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016
I really wanted to thank you for posting this! I've been wanting to create mixed media traditional/digital art for a very long time, and haven't really found a tutorial that seems to work for me. This is amazing! Short, sweet, and to the point! Easy to follow and understand. This will really help me, so thank you so much Fuki! 
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Divinewolf7 Featured By Owner Edited Aug 6, 2016
Can you give a tip on the actual sketches themselves. When I try this it'll highlight a bunch of random areas where erased marks existed.

Otherwise, thank you, I never would have blurred the lines to make the sketch look softer. I usually end up making it look all weird.
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:iconlaurajessamine:
laurajessamine Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016
you have the best tutorials
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:iconcorelle-vairel:
Corelle-Vairel Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Student Artist
Oooo super <3
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:iconitskosmickat:
ItsKosmicKat Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
what do I use to scan?
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:iconfantasygold:
FantasyGold Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
How about a scanner? lol
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:iconfundz64:
Fundz64 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Professional General Artist
a toaster :dummy:
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:iconitskosmickat:
ItsKosmicKat Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
fuck you
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:iconfundz64:
Fundz64 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Professional General Artist
ask a silly question, get a silly answer- you can use a multitude of methods to transfer your work digitally.
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:iconitskosmickat:
ItsKosmicKat Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
but i dont know how
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:iconfundz64:
Fundz64 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Professional General Artist
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hope that helps you out in your dilemma
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:iconitskosmickat:
ItsKosmicKat Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
fuckin retard it was just a question
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nadyaa2569 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016
I normally use my printer since it has a scanner, but that's just one thing you can use if you have it.
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:iconstardust193:
Stardust193 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Student General Artist
Thank you so much for this tutorial!
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:iconwoody2252:
woody2252 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Fantastic. Thank you
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:iconnerdinvader67:
Nerdinvader67 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
finally I've been waiting so long for this!!!!
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:iconartstruggles:
artstruggles Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist
Very useful!! Thank you
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:iconmmwoodcock:
MMWoodcock Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
An extra step to separate line art from the background if anyone interested-

Once you convert your image to black and white (following this tutorial if you have used a colored paper), you can change your color mode for the file to Grayscale (under Image>Mode>Grayscale). Then Select>All, create new blank layer, go to Select>Load Selection- Check Box "Invert" and hit OKAY. You'll see a marquee selection of your lines. Create a new layer again and fill (bucket tool) over the marquee selection with black. Now your line art is separate from the background. You can color beneath the lines without ruining the lineart.

You'll have to convert the document color mode back to RGB or CYMK and hit "do not merge layers" when prompted to use colors for the artwork :)
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Exandah Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2016
Thanks!!
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:iconneonneoz:
NeonNeoz Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016
Oh this will be handy :)
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:iconloopypanda:
LoopyPanda Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Can't wait to try this out!
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ThatCrazyDinoChick14 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Does this work on GIMP, also?
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:iconpatheroine:
patheroine Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016
Cool, thank u for it!
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:iconvorono:
Vorono Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks 
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Sophal82 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016
Done wonderful!! Thank u!
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:iconoctobercarrion:
octobercarrion Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you ^-^
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Madame-Mozart Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Definitely need to try this. Thanks for the tutorial! :hug:
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:icongr8doodlebeast:
Gr8DoodleBeast Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Student General Artist
Definitely gonna try this <3 Thank you for making it!
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:iconghastlyhomicidalnyc:
GhastlyHomicidalNYC Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
that neck is ridiculously long
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:iconmartsuia:
Martsuia Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well thats her style.
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ULTRAMO123 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Woah. Im gonna try this method! THNX!!
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Count-KraumBurger1 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the kickass tutorial!

I was wondering does this work for the method I use;

My method is that since I can't use the scanner (DKH to use it) I take a photo of my artwork and plug the camera in my laptop. The laptop then has a copy that's kind of like a scan. Would this process work on that?
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Broccorice Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I use a scanner myself for my traditional art, but I suppose it would work properly if you're in
an area with nice lightning (too much lightning from e.g. the sun can cause a shadow to fall onto
your drawing though). Do keep in mind that the drawing might look slightly off if you don't get the
right angle; for that you could also try putting your camera on some kind of stand to prevent it from
making the artwork look unbalanced.

A scanner is lit. a camera. Think of how scanners work and try to make your camera work the same
way. If the paper you're using is very thin, having a white piece of cardboard or something could
prevent your drawing from being see-through. And, try not to make your camera tilt to any side.
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Taylorista Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Thank you ! This is so helpful. 
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wakeuplena Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for posting this, I am very good with traditional art, but I struggle to be as efficient with digital art. This is very helpful! 
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alexgibs98 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I already knew these techniques but never thought to apply them to lineart! Thanks! :D
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