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Deadpool Coloured by NineteenPSG Deadpool Coloured by NineteenPSG
Pencilled by 1314
Inked by LeviSke
Coloured by Me

So I love the work of martegodpopo. He's the colourist for the Deadpool comic. And I've been meaning to try his style of colouring sine I saw his colouring video. Well here it is I finally did it.

1314 emailed me the inks because he said a while ago that he would draw Deadpool for me. And what a good job he did.

Let me know what you think of my try at this style, I personally quite like it.

Coloured in Photoshop CS4, took about 4 hours.

Comments welcome :)
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JrCherNik Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New member
am... So, you just color... Anyway, it's really nice picture, I reall liked it. Want to see a whole comics in that style!
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Ruenio79 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2013
Great I am the 100th comment!
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mechwarrior3 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Wow. You do beautiful coloring work. :winner:

This looks fantastic. :)
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NineteenPSG Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011
thanks
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BlackhawksWin76 Featured By Owner May 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
One of my favorites!!
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NineteenPSG Featured By Owner May 30, 2011
thank you :D
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J0YFULnoise Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2010
Turned out great!
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NineteenPSG Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010
thank you :D
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predator-fan Featured By Owner May 17, 2010  Student General Artist
Love the colouring job you did on this would you have any tips for colouring in photoshop
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NineteenPSG Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
thank you :D erm... all I can say really is have your colours prepared in advance on another layer so you can just use the eye-dropper to select the colour, use the pixel lock tool after you've put the flats down so that you don't paint over the edges and lastly, use a mid range colour to start, alter the blend mode of your brush to multiply to add shadow or screen to add highlights and lower the brush opacity, so that you make a number of passes to create the tonal values gradually.

hope that helps :D
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