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    Teen Challenge 90 :: Underground

    Teen Challenge 90 :: Underground

    Round 90 :: Underground

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    Underground. Whatever you like
    Topic chosen by Zelda_geek

    P.S THE WINNER OF THIS TEEN CHALLENGE WILL PICK THE TOPIC FOR THE NEXT TEEN CHALLENGE AND SO ON UNTIL TC 100

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    Trying hard to think of stuff that everyone will enjoy and I am thinking teen challenge should be a bit different from all the other challenges. Everything else is pretty specific so I want to keep TC as something a bit more relaxing and personal. Keeping it open as possible If you guys have any ideas throw them in the suggestions thread ----> Topic Ideas

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    1. Add a border around your image with your name and the topic, like they do with the other of the week challenges.
    2. Please use the attachment manager, it helps preserve the images to forever and beyond.
    3. Mark your final as final.

    Good Luck everyone and Hope you have fun! If you have any ideas for where the teen challenge should go then please either PM me or post it in the suggestions thread.


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    things that live under the ground WIP
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    i was imagining these two dudes getting lost in a cave and getting snuck up on

    looking good P!

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    I actually have next to nothing in the way of idea's for this.

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    update

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    more update

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    I got really bored when i came back to this, so this will stay as a rough work I guess.
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    Really P, I thought it would look so good finished. You should try come back to it if you feel re inspired .

    And Hunchback, dude I'm liking the limestone Green. I think it's really good allowing you too see the monster better.

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    A very messy WIP, this has to be my first time trying this sort of "speed painting" approach. Or just painting in general really . Tons of corrections to be made, to the face, figure etc but I am planning on maybe finishing it somewhat. Advice on how to make the cave/hole more realistic is appreciated. I think I'll need to do some studies of caves

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    New to the teen challenge, so here goes. First idea was mole people, then caecilians, then mole people vs. giant lava caecilian! So here's a sketch.

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    Well, here is an early picture of what I have going. No other way really works for me so I am going to try this my own way. Fingers crossed I can render it

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    and linebo for 20 minutes that rocks! XD Better than what I can do on a pc. For me this one I just did took 11 minutes and 4 seconds. Its a shame I can't transfer my paper stuff to pc good . You rock though. No joke. I like it.

    Vertical, I really like what you have going on I look forward to seeing it finished.

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    WIP...
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    started rendering the caecilian a little. Decided to just put some lines on it and I'll color those later. I haven't made a finished piece like this in a while, I'm not sure what I'm gonna do. I want to finish it though, so I'll do something.

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    Nice work everyone , here is my final!

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    mole people vs. giant lava caecilian

    Okay done. That was fun. And pretty hard..

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    Here's my idea more or less for underground, I tried making mine in a more cartoonish style than I do normally WIP of course though

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    I might be able to finish this piece by the deadline, I'm not sure though, if I don't finish I guess I might aswell show what I was working on.


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    Hey, How do I add a border using Photoshop?

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    Diarum: K so you want to flatten all the layers in your image so there is only one. Right click the top layers and select flatten. Then right click the one layer and say duplicate. Now right click the actual image with the second layer selected and select free transform. Hold shift while your shrinking it a bit so it retains the proportions of the original. Now select the first layer and create a new solid colour layer. Now you should have a border around it. Hope that helps

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    hunchback - thanks a ton dude!!

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