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    Step by step ...

    Sup all .

    Well i finaly got a step by step for you guys . unfortunatly theres no text with it .

    Pencil : Al rio
    color : Etienne St-Laurent

    Photosho 7 / Painter 7 , mouse , bling bling ....

    Enjoy ( the step by step file is 1.8 meg , so be patient )





    WarLocKsS

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    Sweet
    Ur colors are very good.
    Do post more

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    Thanks for showing us your process, always enjoyed your colorings and such. Man, you make it look so easy.. if only it was.

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    Cool! Thanks for showing this! It's very helpful to see the process you use.

    One question though, I can see that you're building values with brush strokes, but do you simply blur them when you're happy or go over with a very low opacity brush to make the colouring seem more smooth?

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    What can I say that hasn't already been said about your work? Fantastic coloring.:chug:

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    Very helpful stuff, thanks. I had the same question as Dave though. I am curious as to what method you are using for smoothing the values. I can think of maybe a large blurring tool or even using the smudge tool with short strokes to merely have the colors blend...but do tell if there is a more efficient or better way to do it.

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