oh golly golly golly gee are you really that curious??? *w* I might just try to make one! it's a little hard because i don't really have any super secret techniques to show but i'll try my best!!! maybe try to catch one of my livestreams I do? It'll probably be easier to see what I do that way ahahahaha
I bet your creative process is quite unusual. <3 You really should do a tutorial... =] <3 Also, one on color theory would be nice too, since you have such a nice pique at colors. Or at least something explaining where you learnt your color stuff and what inspires you in therms of coloring šuš
oh gosh, i think you might think too highly of my process ahahahaha! it's really not complicated at all, i dont think! but if i can teach someone something new, i'll be happy, so i'll give this tutorial-making thing a try! but yeee, i'm really happy you like my colors!!! ;w; They're so incredibly important, and though my pictures are pretty simple, I really pride myself in being able to create a picture with colors that look like they were made to go together! So ye, that makes me happy! And i think teaching about colors might be fun, so i'll have a go at that too! ;w;
By all means do! Also, did you ever try acrylic painting / watercolor / watered acrylics / etc.? With such an unique style high color notion, I'm pretty sure you'd rock at that! Especially watercolor <3
On a side note: The best things in life are the simplest. <3
I used to paint with acrylics in high school because I was able to take a really nice painting class! i dont really paint so much now adays because i dont have time, but it is definitely a lot of fun mixing your own colors! and ahhhhhh!!! i love how watercolors look but sadly i have no practice using them! I'd absolutely love to be good at them one of these days! ;A; I'm just going to have to take time to sit down and learn properly sometime soon!
In the end watercolors are very easy! I'll give a few overall tips that no one gives 'cause teachers are arses. Wet a whole area with your brush. Then, apply light, dilluted paint to it and you'll see the colors bursting and invading the wet area, and the wet area only! If you want you can add a very light base color instead of water in this wetting proccess, looks very nice. WAIT UNTIL PAINT DRIES to paint adjacent areas, if you don't the drawing will bleed and AAAAAH ;~~~~~~~~; Layers. Wait until paint dries and add another layer. Interesting results will form! Grainy salt makes for an intersting texture. So does sponges. Also you can wet things like cloth and use them as brush or stamps - it looks really cool! If you watercolor with acrylics and the paint is dilluted enough you can easily lift it completely. Lifting is harder with actual watercolor. There are a few more things but I forgot. Anyways all you need is red, blue and yellow paint, you can get that anywhere and it's really cheap >_> and quick too. By all means paint, I'm anxious to see your attempts