Sketch fleshing out technique
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    Sketch fleshing out technique

    Heya dudes and dudettes. Iíve come across a fast and suggestive technique for fleshing out sketches. I got the idea from a tutorial posted here which mentioned using colour palettes. Get a photo with a colour and texture that fits the sketch. Use the clone stamp tool on low opacity to drop elements/ texture/colour from the photo onto the sketch. I used a photo of rust to flesh out a sketch of a batman knight. If youíre lucky this can be surprisingly suggestive and can add bump from the photo to the picture- try adding interesting elements from the photo to the eye area of a character for example. It has the benefit of a palette with coherent colours.

    Add light and shadow and Bob's your uncle. Unless you feel like taking it further, which as you can see i didn't.

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    interesting, thanks.
    I should try this out sometimes.

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    Here's another example using copper and a filching fantasy thief. This technique is where I am now so if i come up with another worthwhile pic Ill add.

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    Haha...neat! I'd like to see the first one fleshed out more.

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    interesting technique. I'd like to see these pieces taken to a finish to see how the techniqe effects the final piece

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