I’ve had the question pop up a couple times asking how I colour, unfortunately I only have the process of a 2012 piece D: I still pretty much use this process now so it still applies lol. Apologies for the copious amount of spelling/grammatical mistakes <: B
Sidenote: check out skoptsy<3 she is the queen of values<3 *A * and needs all zee love <3
Have you ever needed to match your ribbed knit to your fabric but couldn’t find anything remotely similar?
Have you ever tried to dye your ribbed knit to match your fabric but realized it’s 70% polyester and it’s a pain in the ass?
Did you ever want to cosplay Final Fantasy and were reduced to tears because you couldn’t find chunky ribbed knit?
Don’t worry, you can fake your own.
All you need is a twin needle and two spools of thread, and you can sew your knit fabric to imitate ribbed knit.
When you sew with a twin needle it’ll make a sort of ‘pintuck’, raising the fabric. Leave a small gap between the two rows and it’ll create a pattern. This will work better with lighter knits, the one in the pictures is pretty heavy.
Once again, I set the instructions as captions on the photos.
I wish I knew about this! I’ve wanted a blue ribbed knit for Calem’s jacket collar.
I’ve had a lot of questions about how to make AoT costumes so I’ve complied a master list of useful tutorials.
Female titan template from Hollitaima: Link
aha its a pretty lazy process but hell yeah lets go
first up im using photoshop, so although the steps are probably pretty similar in other drawing programs, they might not transfer exactly like this
youll want to make three different layers at first, one for the message or writing youre trying to animate
then go ahead and write whatever you want on that first layer. THEN, set the opacity of that one to about thirty or so
, and on the layer right above it, just write the same thing right over the top of it. its alright if the lines dont match up EXACTLY, but youll obviously want to try to get it pretty close
do this once more, until three separate layers have the same message message written in mostly the same way
then theres probably a way around this, but i just bring it to image ready, where i can actually save it as a working gif
then the animation ! youll have one frame per layer, each one set at however fast youll want them to change - i usually set them at 0.2 but you can mess with it until it looks the way you want
THIS is what youre going to click to save it, instead of just save - otherwise it wont set it as an actual gif
you did it