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Tuto: Traditional Clean Inking by HellGrave Tuto: Traditional Clean Inking by HellGrave
My first tutorial ^^
I hope it'll help you!
and I hope that I'll make more tutorials like this one.
If you have any questions, ask them here or send me a not ^^
I'll be glad to hear what you think about my tutorial
so I would make a better one in the future.

You can see the finished work here:

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athousandknives Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2010  Student Digital Artist
First off, this is a great tutorial - but shouldn't it be considered a final penciling tutorial rather than an inking tutorial? Inking requires actual inks, I think...
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AlanonSilverblood Featured By Owner May 15, 2010
Yeah... good tut, but not inking... title change if you will? It'll probably ease up the confusion. And the pics are a little hard to see. ^-^ But nice process.
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paulius1981 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009
No, it isn't.

This is not a good tutorial in any way, shape or form. It's not about inking (which it claims to be) or penciling (which you claim it to be.)

It's a 'tutorial' about tracing your line art with a darker pencil and is no use to anyone. Here's another awesome tutorial: 'Try drawing on paper!' Or how about 'Use the graphite end, not the eraser end of the pencil to draw!"

This is just an example of one talentless moron putting something online so other talentless morons can pretend to like it and have one great big circle-jerk about how awesome they are.

I'm done with deviantart...it's 2% actual artwork and 98% pointless crap like this.

Why learn and grow as an artist when you can join a mutual appreciation society like deviantart.
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Blue-Bird24 Featured By Owner May 18, 2010  Student General Artist
Talentless? TALENTLESS? That's hilarious, speaking that you have no artwork in your own gallery. So you shouldn't be the one talking now.
Tutorials are a way of giving tips, you don't have to be great, and after trying something in a tutorial you build onto that and grow. So your 98% "pointless crap" actually is art, as it helps others learn and grow.
Real mature dude... Grow up and take the stick out of your ass

Thanks a lot for spoiling my day with your nasty comment :shakefist:
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paulius1981 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009
No, it isn't.

This is not a good tutorial in any way, shape or form. It's not about inking (which it claims to be) or penciling (which you claim it to be.)

It's a 'tutorial' about tracing your line art with a darker pencil and is no use to anyone. Here's another awesome tutorial: 'Try drawing on paper!' Or how about 'Use the graphite end, not the eraser end of the pencil to draw!"

This is just an example of one talentless moron putting something online so other talentless morons can pretend to like it and have one great big circle-jerk about how awesome they are.

I'm done with deviantart...it's 2% actual artwork and 98% pointless crap like this.

Why learn and grow as an artist when you can join a mutual appreciation society like deviantart.
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paulius1981 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2009
Firstly, this isn't inking. Inking requires INK.

Secondly, inking isn't just tracing your drawing.

Thirdly, your drawing looks like an 8 year old girl in her underwear.

This so called tutorial is totally worthless...but at least it applies to the rest of the anime-obsessed chibi-drawing crowd.
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keithdraws Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
its a good tutorial for pencilling. so ok its not inking. The rest of your comments are just flame... and totally worthless!

Do people talk about your images in such a rude way?
Grow up!
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kidofburden Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006
Wow, this'll come in handy.
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HellGrave Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2006
Thank you ^^
I'm glad it helps you ^__^
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kittia Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006
Which brand of pencils do you use? =/

I have the entire Derwent Soft Set, so it's very annoying because I only have 2H and 9H of the hard set >__< Especially as 3-4H are my favoured sketching pencils.

Quite a nice tutorial =3 An interesting technique, I usually just sketched a quick blob-and-square sketch with a 2H and then go over it with a B mech. pencil, then squoosh a kneadable eraser over it to lighten the lines and ink, unless I'm digitally inking. Anyhoo, thankyou for taking time to make this ^__^
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