Anyway a few of you expressed some interest in a cell shading tutorial. Well here it is hopefully it kinda sorta explains how I go about it. Of course this is only how I do it I'm sure there are plenty of different ways of achieving the same look without the tedious process of the pen. Why the pen you ask? Well I have trembly hands and my lines come out pretty wobbly so I use the pen to get smooth lines. The pen also makes selecting alot easier.
If you have any other questions about it ask away.Or if the tut doesn't do it for you I recommend checking this out [link] It's not a tutorial but it's how I learned to cell shade.
(Happy, Nelson? See I did it...you can stop bugging me now. )
Ugh...typos...I'll fix 'em later.
I've heard that cartoons and Animes are celshaded, but I don't see Ichigo coloured in the way like Travis Touchdown or Toon Link 0_0(?)
Cel shading in cartoons and movies is true cell shading seeing as they actually have to use cels to color their frames and using that method of painting on the cels (the two tone color method) is the easiest way to paint rather than trying to make each frame a da vinci masterpiece. The toon shaders that game designers use is just them trying to copy the look of a cartoon.