This video has subtitles. Tap the maximize button. Turn on subtitles from here. Start by drawing a simple illustration. The brush in use is the “Genius pen”. Open the Layer window. Choose the “Selection Layer” at the top. When using a Selection Layer or the Magic Wand, turn on “Save Selection Area”. Open “Settings” from the Tool Selection window. Scroll down and turn on “Save Selection Area”. When Save Selection Area is turned on, the Selection Area will remain even if you return to My Gallery. Once done with the settings, open the Tool Selection window and select the Bucket tool. When “Gap Recognition” is turned on, you can paint within the lines! For places not filled in, fill them in with the brush! Erase anything that juts out! Once the Selection Area is filled in, opened the layer window. Choose the layer with the line drawing. Open the material tool in the upper right. Scroll down and tap “Stamp & Sticker”. Use whatever color of masking tape you like. Turn “Rotation” on and place it in whatever position you like. Once positioned, press OK. Open the layer window, and set the blending mode for the masking tape layer to Multiply. Position other colors of masking tape. Adjust the shape with the eraser tool. Set the blending mode to Multiply. When you select Multiply, the masking tapes will overlap, making it look more realistic. In this same way, overlap the masking tapes while multiplying them. Once the masking tape is positioned, combine the masking tape layers with “Merge Layer Down”. It will look more realistic by pasting semi-transparent masking tapes on the line drawing! By multiplying layers, they will appear transparent on the line drawing when they overlap. The masking tapes are actually semi-transparent, so making them into a normal layer lowers their opacity! With semi-transparent masking tape, it will look more like a masking tape drawing! Clear Selection Area. Position masking tape from the Material tool. Recently used materials are in the history, so it is convenient choosing them from there! Once they are positioned, lower the Layer Opacity of the normal layer. Adjust the shape with the eraser. This is a good time to erase anything that overlaps with the line drawing! Overlap masking tape onto the other parts the same way! You can produce various colors by combining colors together! For example, when yellow and blue are combined, it becomes green. When red and khaki are combined, it becomes light brown. You can add a depth to your drawings by overlapping and created colors! A dark shade will be produced the more they are overlapped! If there is a color that you cannot create, you can make a color via the Filter with “Hue, Saturation, Lightness” filter. Adjust the shape with the eraser. For making the background, it is the same as pasting the masking tape. Create a round Selection Area on the Selection Layer. Open the Stabilizer tool, choose the circle, and set Fill to on. Paste the masking tape onto the round Selection Area. Once the masking tapes have been pasted, combine the layers. Once they are combined, change the color to whatever you like with the “Hue, Saturation, Lightness” filter. Open the layer window, and duplicate the layer. Once duplicated, randomly position them with Transform Layer. They’re positioned! After merging the layers, duplicate that layer. Once duplicated, set the upper layer’s blending mode from Multiply to Normal. Lower the layer’s opacity. When the normal layer on top has a lower opacity, it will look nicely semi-transparent! Now just to position masking tape wherever you want. ♪ The masking tape has been pasted! Add a layer, set the blending mode to multiply, and add color to the skin. Make colors you like from the color window. Open the brush window and use a pencil brush. Lower the brush opacity, and lightly color the skin. Add a normal layer, and add on highlights. Select the line drawing layer, set the Alpha Lock to on, and change the color of the line drawing. Make a color from the color window. Use the brush to paint any places you want the color to change. It’s done! The simple light drawing is now so flashy because of the masking tape! Be sure to try it out yourself! thank you for your Watching!!