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    Unsharp masking?

    Hi. I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but anyway...

    I've seen that many concept artworks or speedpaintings have clear and very sharp edges and lines. I think you know what I mean, if you don't, see this one - http://andreewallin.deviantart.com/a...angar-92442718 - for example. And I'm wondering how is this done. Because it looks like some kind of unsharp masking and the same is almost on every speedpainting...

    So I'd like to ask - how is this made? Is it really unsharp mask, or some tricks with Photoshop brushes? Or something else?

    Thanks in advance :-)

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    I'm pretty sure that it's a sharpening filter applied at the end.
    You could do it by using some dual-brush technique, but it's better to just apply a filter imo.

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