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Create a few more new layers like hair, skin, clothes and go for it! 39 Chapter 1 7. Use the Fuzzy Select Tool to select the color (if the color is not contiguous you can always add to the existing selection, pressing Shift or changing the tool mode in it's options box). Then, pick a lighter or darker tone for the color you want to add to the shadow or the highlight, and paint it in the same layer (or create a new one if you really want to keep things ordered). Be careful with shadows. Try to make them consistent with the light source, or if you don't want to do that, make them very inconsistent, so as to not give a chance to the observer to think that you made a mistake while drawing.
For this chapter, I've created the outlines of my cartoon on paper with a 2B pencil, and then scanned the cartoon into GIMP: 26 Chapter 1 2. As you can see, the outlines are not clean, many lines don't look good, other shouldn't be there, and sometimes you just want to redo them. This is an important step when creating any illustration. Here you clean the outlines to give the base of the image a professional look. However, remember, this is not a step-by-step process. ) at any point if you feel like it.
Here you clean the outlines to give the base of the image a professional look. However, remember, this is not a step-by-step process. ) at any point if you feel like it. Currently the image looks like this: 27 Using Draw and Paint Tools 3. Use the Eraser Tool and the Brush Tool with a brush the same color as your background to remove the lines you don't want. The resultant image will have a cleaner look, like the following: 28 Chapter 1 2. Continue tracing the outer lines, and don't get messed up if you don't know where to continue when you reach an intersection, just work on the outer lines.