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b80f2 No.71199

For posting non-requested edits, tips and tricks.

The edit threads don't make for good teaching grounds with all the requests in the way so use this to try out editing for yourself or just do some edits for fun without worrying about requests.

NO REQUESTS ALLOWED. Those go in the pinned edit thread.

adcbe No.71204

First of all nicely done. That is cute that way. A cute girl working with her pregnant belly exposed.

Second personally for me if I post something in the request thread it is mostly images that people have shown me else where that I figure might be fun or easy for edits. I never expect those to be done.
If I request something for me I'll type that out as part of the post.

0ab78 No.71206

Also how to edit, please show how to do

adcbe No.71215

I've done a couple. Nothing on here. But that was years ago. I afraid I don't have the ability to really do it anymore myself.

95257 No.71306

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I've done some editing over the last few years, my first edit ever was this crappy thing, a discolored copypasted mess that I posted it in an edit thread over there and got praised for it somehow (looking at it I have no idea why), which kinda inspired me to keep going. I've also included a 1+ year later "remake" of it and birth version that I did. I suck at teaching, but about some tips…

- free software should be enough (I use GIMP personally)
- look up some references in poses similar to the drawing you are editing, also try to pick easy poses at first (I find the pics with characters drawn from the side to be the easiest usually)
- if there's a drawing with problematic shading on the skin, you can have some luck copy-pasting and stretching it from other parts of the body, like breasts or butt
- on the topic of shading try pictures with the simple (two-colored) one or without it at all at first, way easier to do
- smudge tool is useful if you decide to do more "complicated" shading
- don't forget the outlines, there are some edits in the edit threads that are otherwise really nice, but where the outline of the belly doesn't match the rest of the image (too thick/thin, etc.) and it really sticks out
- if you have shaky AF hands like I do use path tool for drawing outlines instead of trying to do it manually
- there are some useful filers like iWarp/Warp Transform tool in Gimp that allow you to "stretch" the shape of a selected part of the drawing to your liking

Aside from that just keep going I guess? Eventually you'll get a bit better.

i mean, even i managed to improve a bit, so most people can do it probably

b80f2 No.71307

File: 1589092120809-0.jpg (Spoiler Image, 197.24 KB, 819x1212, 1489296898266 edit3.jpg) ImgOps Google iqdb

Yeah, my first edit was pretty bad too but somehow ended up on a Japanese collection (spoilered for mess). Usually if you keep at it though you'll improve.

Also, path/line drawing tool is super useful. Though references are still needed to make sure the final shape looks OK. 3D poser program can work if there are no refs available.

0ab78 No.71319

Ok thank for the tips

c1660 No.71320

File: 1589108363645-0.png (Spoiler Image, 65.28 KB, 177x255, 1534341282836.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

My first edit I could find (my first edit ever was on furry board though). I only found a lowres thumbnail from web archive. I was definitely using too much warp tool. I also drew the outline by hand, nowadays I use path tool for the outlines. I only use warp tool for pieces of clothing and etc. I personally use Photoshop and Clip Studio Paint for the edits.

Always try to the color of the belly skin to color of the rest unless there's an exception like see-through clothing etc. but that should be obvious I guess.

I think people above me said enough.

c1660 No.71322

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I also remade the edit to see how much I improved

95257 No.71329

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>I only found a lowres thumbnail from web archive

Shame :/ I use an exhentai gallery as a sort of "archive".


I've remembered one more trick, more like cheating a bit honestly. If you have an otherwise simply shaded image but with "shiny" skin bits and you don't want to bother replicating them, just fill them in with skin color. Usually people don't even notice the difference somehow.

c1660 No.71333

I only started archiving my work since the beggining of this year.

37a1e No.71341

File: 1589142114500-0.png (Spoiler Image, 3.49 MB, 1980x3100, khan_maykr_edit.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

File: 1589142114500-1.png (Spoiler Image, 4.32 MB, 1980x3100, khan_maykr.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

My edit of Khan Maykr. I don't know what the Hell she is (a 'xeno' I guess, but xeno isn't furry, right, or is it?) so I'll just mark it as a spoiler image.

And, well, I'm quitting making edits indefinitely.

467ad No.71349

>And, well, I'm quitting making edits indefinitely

Burned out?

37a1e No.71380

I don't know.

b0968 No.71382

i hope some editor kindly share how it does. want to edit bymyself but im really amateur about what tool and i cant find good video tutorial out there

0ab78 No.71387

Agree about what you say.

9c566 No.71470

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I use Photoshop mainly. I'm lazy and use the shape tool because my hand is wobbly.

>make new layer

>select shape tool
>choose "path" in top left drop down menu
>make an ellipse in general shape of onaka you want
>right click and select "free transform path"
>warp and stretch shape until it's mostly how you want
>pick color for base tone
>right click path and "fill" it
>ctrl+leftclick layer to select onaka base
>use radial gradient tool for base shadows/highlights
>change to brush tool and select brush type, size, and find color you want for lineart
>switch back to shape tool
>right click path and choose "stroke path"

After that, it's just coloring using the brush, making minor edits and tweaks.

Pic is something I made and posted long ago. Was too lazy to edit the clothes.

c3d8b No.71501

is it work with covered belly? with its dress or something

c1660 No.71505

File: 1589382577296.png (1.12 MB, 1024x1024, loosentight.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

It may work on covered bellies but it depends on what covers them. Bellies covered with something complex need more tools and steps. It really depends on what is covering it and how much is it covered. If it's a simple dress you can use the methods described above, but you need to use the colors from the dress, and you have to remember that a the dress is not going to stick to the skin fully, so the belly shape will not be fully visible unless the dress is very tight. With a loose dress the belly shape would be visible only from the top of it, while the rest of the dress is hanging from the belly.

Here are 2 examples I found to show you what I mean.

I hope my text is understandable enough and that I didn't mess up anything.

7f51d No.71511

Can someone show he, how to make animated belly kicks? I've tried like a million times but it looks like crap all the time.

9c566 No.71521

Loose clothing is a lot harder to edit than bare skin due to folds in the fabric. It just takes more work.

Tight clothing isn't too difficult.

880fb No.71634

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It took a while, and I could have made her navel a bit darker, but I suppose Celica here is rotund and fertile enough to conceive some baby manaketes!

9f029 No.71646

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Pretty chill dude, just smoothed out some lines

72b65 No.71654

Oh yea, come to me, baby ;-)

b0968 No.71761

any more advice for me? already tried some tips here but still cant grasp at all because of my bad sense. lol

dafa7 No.71763

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Found something useful to share. It'll be great if there are more of such drawing guides around


d38fd No.71767

Remember that you won't get good results right away. Practice is the key.

b0968 No.71788

idk how to start, do i need to draw my self a base belly or directly make a edit to its picture by some tools

d38fd No.71793

I use Photoshop. When I start:
>create a new layer
>choose a color for the outline
>adjust the size of a brush to match the original image's outlines
>use the curvature pen tool to create a path that will look like a good shape for a belly
>right-click and select stroke path
>choose the right options, and apply

Then in a similiar way I create a middle line.
Then I take the lightest color and paint it under the outlines, add shading, details, adjustments, etc.

b0968 No.71797

then you draw base belly first? i thought some warp or transform also work but looks like not that easy

b0968 No.71803

do you think he/she use manual pen or mouse?

880fb No.71814

You can use a mouse, but the lines you'll draw won't be as smooth. A dedicated [en will make the lines less bumpy.

880fb No.71815

880fb No.71816

File: 1589936440758-0.jpg (62.29 KB, 540x623, Fertile Casey.jpg) ImgOps Google iqdb

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Some examples of belly edits I gave for my favorite girls from the web-comic Bubbly Parfait.

d38fd No.71830

I always used a mouse that's why photoshop's pen tool comes in handy. It lets you draw smooth lines.

d38fd No.71831

If you use Gimp there the same tool is named path tool

b0968 No.71839

could anyone show me/ screenshoot half or more edited image looks a like?

d38fd No.71840

Here are files for one of my edits. It has a psd files where you can check all the layers. You can easily change layers visibility to see the invidual layers.

a0e10 No.71876

File: 1590007261691.png (3.97 MB, 2370x8005, tutorial.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

made a simple tutorial, maybe somebody here will get any use out of it

275e0 No.71877


b80f2 No.71906

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I've stockpiled some potential edit pics for easier shape reference. You can trace the shape to get the rough idea of placement and refer to the lighting of the ball for your own edit.

b80f2 No.71907

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End result may look something like this

0c3ee No.71937

ahh thank you so much all of editor here, for now probably i will try the simplest

b80f2 No.72119

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I've tried looking through my past edits but realized that I don't sketch much before editing. My sketches also don't always match the final product as I keep changing things.

Here's a piece with a decent enough sketch. Other things to note are to include shading cast by the edit to make it blend better with the picture.

57c09 No.72126


Hey, I remember requesting this one. Thanks again for doing this one.

b80f2 No.72133

No problem, I'm a picky editor so I only pick up what I would have done anyway.

59800 No.72136

then, with liquify or transform warp which better if i want to resize edited belly? (Photoshop)

1f717 No.72153

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Any advice for an aspiring editor on how to handle details over the belly area? I think that this image has a good pose for an edit, but I'm having trouble figuring out what to do with the details of the bodysuit.

67ffe No.72154

I'd redraw the blue stripes onto the belly, and then copy and paste those circle things in the right places.

a0e10 No.72204

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simple helltaker edits

b80f2 No.72214

An idea from elsewhere: Feel free to post your favorite edits. It can be used for learning purposes and to show appreciation.

a0e10 No.72243

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one more

a0e10 No.72244

File: 1590316517847.jpg (468.72 KB, 976x1400, e30919f22487b7e0612c8ad2da….jpg) ImgOps Google iqdb

As of favourite edits, I really like this one. It's from one of the older drawthreads

67ffe No.72272

46400 No.72273

nice. i will watch it later

37a1e No.72276

I have to admit that Photoshop is much better than Sai since some of the things that I do manually can be done using some of these really useful functions.
I too was thinking of making video of how I do it but it seems that at least for novices Photoshop would be a better option.
Great tutorial.

46400 No.72333

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is it possible to draw like this pic? in this post >>71505 it was easier if the dress is tight. i wonder what tool to do it

67ffe No.72343

Kind of. It will definitely require more details to be taken care of. I would create a base for the belly; paint it in a collor of the outfit and then add details manually (like creases and lines), maybe with exception of the buttons which I would paste in the right places.

9f029 No.72346

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Been attempting clone stamping, honestly not sure if itʻs better than just drawing over…

7b65d No.72352

In this picture that you attached it's better to use different methods, like warp etc. It depends on how complex is the clothing looking.
>>72333 In this scenario it's relatively better to redraw the details

7b65d No.72353

If I would edit this picture I think I would copy spots and the thingy on the front of the belly (forgot how it's called) and then draw and paint the base for the belly (since it has a simple color here) and then paste and adjust the spots to the belly. I think that would make it less blurry.

b80f2 No.72461

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A recent edit I did. While it might be because I'm out of practice, notice how much detail is lost from the original pic. Some pics are downscaled from the original work and edits may not look as good as possible due to this.

864a2 No.72474

I really do need to watch this show. But that is super cute by the way.

5cffb No.72706

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This is my first try that I refer >>72272, could anyone give some advice.

06299 No.72711

For a first try, not too shabby. Might want to adjust the shading a little around the center of the belly; it's a wider surface area so it'll reflect more light in this instance.

5cffb No.72730

File: 1590887363811.png (5.13 MB, 2000x2920, 小闇妊娠練習3.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

Like this?

a57af No.72736

Just like that. :)

51d83 No.72761

File: 1590952579875.png (242.9 KB, 500x750, 8c3a9b52d74ef9fc13371ae723….png) ImgOps Google iqdb

Decided to try my hand at editing for the first time. I think the shading got the better of me, but live and learn.

48fe4 No.72763

Shading isn't really that bad for a first edit! If I were to point at things to improve, the base bump color doesn't exactly match the color of her body and the belly "stretches" a bit too much to the left imo. Overall nice though, way better than my first edit ever was :P

64987 No.72909

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Quick dirty look into how I do it. Very basic tho, and my methods are still evolving.

b80f2 No.72920

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Interesting navel style, reminds me of this one. Might as well post some more refs while I'm at it.

Might also want to inform others of how much time you usually spend on these. Should be good for beginners to get a rough gauge on how much effort to put in.

64987 No.72921

Yea, I'd like to get much better at navels. innies, outies, and super outies.

On average, an edit takes me about 45 minutes to an hour.

64987 No.72923

File: 1591245710978.jpg (6.59 MB, 5000x5160, The Belly Guide.jpg) ImgOps Google iqdb

I love the tummy reference image, inspired me to make my own!

d36ca No.72930

aw man, i hope you could share the full image all of this. i really hope so

64987 No.72934

That is the full image lol 5000px x 5000px

d36ca No.72935

oh i meant full body each one of them 😅

38d03 No.72937

Hi guys, I'm using an app on android called ibis Paint.

I understand its much better to do it on pc with Photoshop and the like but doing it on mobile would be more convenient?

Is it possible, if per say we had a great pointed tip stylus and such?

fb58a No.72938

From what I see on the screenshots for this app, it seems to be quite good. I think if you learn how to use it very well, you might get good results with it.

7f10d No.72940

File: 1591265851113-0.png (1.73 MB, 1974x1450, 1576093009960edit.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

File: 1591265851113-1.png (1.62 MB, 1335x1703, 1579546959840edit.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

Oh I can see 2 edits of mine in there.
So, here are two of those. I can give you Photoshop files if you want them too.

38d03 No.72941

I don't have a very good editing "sense" either so it'll be great if some pros knows which tools to use for shading and stuff

9c566 No.72943

File: 1591269032353.jpg (63.83 KB, 600x621, y.jpg) ImgOps Google iqdb

>photo editing on a phone

a0e10 No.72946

File: 1591271121260-0.png (388.17 KB, 609x900, xxd.png) ImgOps Google iqdb

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Taking a closer look, I can also see a few edits of mine here, nice!

38d03 No.72949

Do check ibis paint out lol i kid you not. I ain't a promoter but even before, things like having a photoshop-like editor on phone felt like a dream.

57c09 No.72956


You edited this jita one? Thanks again to you then! (I originally requested it)

7f10d No.72961

It's funny how the second request never got any thanks, but you thanked me twice for yours.

64987 No.72987

Dude, I'd love to checkout some PSD's to see how others do it!

64987 No.72988

I'd also love to see what kinds of brushes (if any) you guys use, or brush settings.

fb58a No.72993

64987 No.72997

Dope!! :D I shall study thine methods

fad27 No.73018

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second try

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