The original drawing:
Blue channel isolated in Photoshop:
(Don't mind the crappiness of the drawing; I did it in a couple of minutes, and I'm not that good at tracing yet)
I know a lot of people probably already know this, but this is the first time I've tried it and I'm very pleased with the results. The only other way I know of cleaning up drawings is by using a light table, and that's not very convenient. And of course, there's also doing it directly on a computer, but that's very tedious.
But i don't know why, i still feel at ease with drawing with pencil only. Mostly because of an equipment issue... i don't have colored pencils, only crayons... and i'm too used to draw with my mechanical pencil.
If there were colored leads, even 0.7 ones, it would be good to try, but i didn't find them around where i live. Do they even exist?
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it's taken me 2 years or more to use paintshop pro
I'm pathetic at these "methods"