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Offline tecnologgamer

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Some question about dithering

on: January 08, 2018, 06:21:45 pm
Hello everyone,

Usually one more of my difficults when I color my arts is dithering, I have see many post about this topic to learn who use better this effect, but every time I made it feel like I use so much or I don't know who using.

That was my last art who I made and what do you guys think about it? 

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Re: Some question about dithering

Reply #1 on: January 08, 2018, 11:23:27 pm
Dithering usually just doesn't fit in smaller artwork, which could be why you're struggling with it. Unless you have room for enough dithering that it becomes a solid area of dither instead of just a few pixels, a diagonal line, or a zigzag, it's not going to look like a new colour. Instead of dithering small areas, try to make interesting shapes between your colours instead.

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Re: Some question about dithering

Reply #2 on: January 08, 2018, 11:26:33 pm
Don't want to sound like an ass but to be honest I see no dithering there.
Keep your light source consistent and try to create some form of texture to show it's really a tree. Then think about dithering if you really need it