How do you paint clothes? 🥺✨

Hey! Soooo I suck at painting but especially struggle painting clothes :sneezing_face: Anyone know/has any tutorial about how to paint clothes or has any tips about brushes or whatever? I use Ibis Paint X btw :nerd_face:
Please someone answer :sneezing_face::pleading_face:

I don’t know if this is the right category to post this :sweat_smile:

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@lucylu @BlueSnowflake09 @Kulfi2017

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Hey, I would help… but I use Procreate so not sure I would be very useful… sorry. :two_hearts:

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Thanks :pleading_face::white_heart:

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Thanks though, for tagging me.

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No problem! Thank you anyways :smiling_face_with_three_hearts::smiling_face_with_three_hearts::heart:

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I dont use bis, but I pick two colors one color I use as base, then a lighter on top, and then a smuge the colours of the clothing

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Yeah that’s what I’m doing but they don’t seem to blend completely and Idk why :sob:

THEY DON’T SMUDGE 😭😭

I usually take a base color then make a darker and lighter shade of it and make like a palette thingy on a layer (I don’t what to call it :joy:) I use dip pen soft for the base color btw, You could just use the bucket fill option too! Make a new layer above the base color and use the darker shade to cover the corners and places where the shadows should be and then blur the layer using Gaussian blur effect so it blends in

Then on another layer, I use the lighter shades and add it the places where the light falls or where it’s supposed to be lighter (I’m so bad at explaining :joy:) and then smudge it in or just use the Gaussian blur effect

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I will try that! Thank you :pleading_face::pleading_face::pleading_face::pleading_face:

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Ummm what is the Gaussian blur effect? :sweat_smile:

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when you go to filter, click on “blur” below and then you get different blurring options and there’s one as “Gaussian blur” so click on it :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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I usually only use the “airbrush triangle” brush. It works like magic with the opacity set down to 70%.
And I use around 4-5 shades of the color (don’t smudge it)

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Ohk! Tnx will try that! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Ok! Will try this too :nerd_face: