Take a look at this tutorial - it details a method of painting in photoshop and using adjustment layers to translate everything into pixel gradients using a set number of colors that you determine (this one is four colors). It seems like fully painting something would be tricky since every color would have to be its own separate layer and you’d have to set up all those adjustment layers for each of them but I’d really love to try making a comic like this
Oh also this is fanart of Doctor K from Power Rangers R.P.M. I’ve been watching that the last couple of days. It turns out it’s amazing?

Take a look at this tutorial - it details a method of painting in photoshop and using adjustment layers to translate everything into pixel gradients using a set number of colors that you determine (this one is four colors). It seems like fully painting something would be tricky since every color would have to be its own separate layer and you’d have to set up all those adjustment layers for each of them but I’d really love to try making a comic like this

Oh also this is fanart of Doctor K from Power Rangers R.P.M. I’ve been watching that the last couple of days. It turns out it’s amazing?

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spankzilla85:

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OH MYG GOD THIS IS THE GREATEST THING EVER I DON’T CARE WHO YOU ARE JUST WATCH THE THING

Not a huge Frozen fan, but definitely awesome.

EVERYONE

THIS IS THE BEST HISHE

THE BEST ONE

Okay, that was EXTREMELY awesome. Although…c’mon guys:

"Vuelie is the opening musical number, for the 2013 Disney animated featureFrozen. The song is inspired by indigenous Saami and Norwegian culture, and was written and composed by Norwegian composer Frode Fjellheim. The song is a combination of Saami yoiking and the Danish Christmas hymn “Dejlig er jorden”/”Fairest Lord Jesus”, composed by Frode Fjellheim. The original hymn is composed by the Danish composer B.S. Ingemann.”
http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Vuelie

(Quick rant: I hate it when comedy writers will outright ignore basic facts and research purely for the sake of a joke. Makes you look like stupid jackasses)

Well, it said that music didn’t fit with the rest of the movie, not that it wasn’t appropriate for the setting. So maybe the rest of the songs should have been based on Norwegian folk music too and not just that one.