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    Character and Monster Design Tutorials -Updated February 3rd

    Hey everyone! I posted this in my sketchbook a little while ago, and it seems some people found it helpful. I just remembered we had a tutorial section, so I figured I'd post it here too! It's more of a process breakdown than a step by step tutorial, but I hope you guys find it helpful. Lemme know if you have any questions.

    UPDATE: Just wrote up another step by step, walking through a different process for drawing characters in photoshop. Let me know if anything is unclear

    UPDATE 2/03/2012: Just adding another tutorial I've written up here on my King Dodongo piece.

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    Awesome man, thanks for sharing.


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    Cool, im going to use this, thanks a lot

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    Just uploaded another. I figured as I use new processes in my work I'd share them in this thread with everyone.

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    thanks!!

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    Jaspy you make it seem so easy.
    Beautiful work. ::ice-cream:: For you.

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    Outstanding work. You make it seem fluid and natural. I can tell you're a fan of Justin Sweet and Vance Kovacs.

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    Interesting tutorial. I've always liked your art, it's cool to see the way you work!

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    Excellent. And extra points for Mistborn.

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    Very cool, this will help me greatly, thanks. Gonna have to try it out.

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    great post! thanks a bunch! By the way where can i get that brush? its awesome

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    Thank you! These are very helpful!

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    Its a nice method when applied directly with scribbled concepts. Something i'll adopt for sure, thanks.

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