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    Post your Step by Steps

    I thought it would be a good idea to have a thread dedicated to WIP shots, such as this one (this is bumskees, from his wonderful painting in photoshop thread)





    I think it is really helpful to see steps like this, and it would be great to see how different people work with different media.
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    I basically showed my process for a recent piece here, in my blog: http://yumekistudios.blogspot.com/20...-habit-of.html

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    was that apple from imagination? or reference

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    This is a great idea for a thead: WIP steps are one of may favourite things about CA.org!

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    But don't we have an entire forum here for that now?

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    I too love looking at WIPs, but I think it might be a bit confusing having an extra thread here as well as the forum. Besides, most people have these in their SBs

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    I just thought it would be a good place to show finished projects with all of the WIP shots instead of searching for the in people sketchbook, like a little archive?

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    I hope this helps anyone

    There more WIP work in my sketchbook...I hope this helps anyone.

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    Thanks for posting, it is interesting to see how people work.

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    I love the ones posted so far, especially that epic battle




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    Quote Originally Posted by zwarrior View Post
    I love the ones posted so far, especially that epic battle
    Thanks dude.

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    And I like the second - the worked out - drawing of the battle best.

    You can see a lot of detail there which disappears ofter coloring - especially the area with the legs. But all in all a great work.

    To the topic: I love to see WIP as an animated .gif - is there anyone who can post his or hers?

    But actually isn´t it a "step-by-step" rather than a WIP? My understanding is, that even one picture can be a WIP. (?)

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    Ok, here´s one of mine



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    I adore that epic battle. Saved and saved .

    Everyone else, great as well.

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    "Big Blue" steps -

    Sketch
    Colour wash
    Rough detail
    Fine detail
    More fine detail + blending

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    great thread everyone

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    http://www.morganweistling.com/demos...emo/index.html
    That is some steps from Weistling, and some great annotations.

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    Any more? Surely?

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    A little gif followed by the end result. The original pencil sketch was drawn from photoref and then was painted in Potatoshop from imagination.

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    A quick Cornwell study I did recently, just painting straight over an initial sketch. Tried to limit myself to 90 minutes but it look more like 2 1/2 hrs.



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    Result:
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    Great example of the steps to be taken. A nice big brush laying in the large masses.

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    Neat to see everybody's process.





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    Steps for 20 mins portrait.

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    This is really good!! Wow!

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    hi, new here,
    great work everyone,
    so many different approaches here, great to see ..

    here´s mine,
    download here (*mov, about 13 MB) >>

    its a short few-minutes movie,
    showing the painting process (final detailing stage) of one of my old illustrations (in which I was testing a "hyperrealistic"-style approach) ..
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    Great video, Alena

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