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    Hey everyone, I needed wanted to see if anyone here know how to read korean? I wanted to see if anyone could re-write this into english? I tried using a few translators; but, korean is almost impossible to decipher when your using the computer. Please I really need someone's help with this.

    The artist name is Alien1452:
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    There are tutorials on CA that is just as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.M. View Post
    There are tutorials on CA that is just as good.
    You are correct; but the one I'm interested in is this one in particular.

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    That's quite a lot to translate. Not sure about the end result either but hopefully you get some results. As mentioned try the tutorials here too.

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    OOo, Alien love this guys work

    I also have had trouble with the same, with both Korean and Chinese artists and not being able to understand quite well on blogs/videos, and I'm finding it better to just try and do studies of there work, really try and analyze how you think they are putting down the marks and how they are varying color. Like reverse engineering, then make a master copy of it, after a few it should start to sink in, I hope this helps

    (I realize this isnt so much an answer to your question, just another way of approaching the problem during the wait for translation ;p)

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    Hahaha its to much for me to translate. Just download Google Chrome and when you go on that site it will give you the option to translate to any language you desire.

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    You can ask the Soompi board, there are many Koreans there and some may be willing to translate some portions to you.
    http://www.soompi.com/forums/

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    use google Chrome?

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    The author has English on his screenshots, maybe you should ask if he'll translate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manlybrian View Post
    The author has English on his screenshots, maybe you should ask if he'll translate it.
    Alien used to post here occasionally, his English isn't very good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by surpher View Post
    I think this thread is about the same tutorial >> Need help understanding a Painter Tutorial.
    You are correct, it's the same one. I know he also has a livestream channel and he does post on finally finished from time to time.

    http://www.livestream.com/alien1452?t=384753

    Enjoy.

    He was using Painter for that tutorial of course but it's on brush tweaking.

    He's basically telling you to change the digital watercolor method to cover, and invert the bleed so that you get more blending with lighter brush strokes.
    You can use "Simple Water" (Which may be in the watercolor category) or "New Simple Water" in Digital Watercolor category to do it.

    Remember to save the variant under another name.

    Also the artists from Vanillaware look to be using a similar brush. You can tell because of the "Grain artifacts" and spacing (the circles/rings you see).

    http://meatbun.vaesite.net/__cache/a...gons_crown.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    You are correct, it's the same one. I know he also has a livestream channel and he does post on finally finished from time to time.

    http://www.livestream.com/alien1452?t=384753

    Enjoy.

    He was using Painter for that tutorial of course but it's on brush tweaking.

    He's basically telling you to change the digital watercolor method to cover, and invert the bleed so that you get more blending with lighter brush strokes.
    You can use "Simple Water" (Which may be in the watercolor category) or "New Simple Water" in Digital Watercolor category to do it.

    Remember to save the variant under another name.

    Also the artists from Vanillaware look to be using a similar brush. You can tell because of the "Grain artifacts" and spacing (the circles/rings you see).

    http://meatbun.vaesite.net/__cache/a...gons_crown.jpg
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    Hi-Res below

    http://media1.gameinformer.com/image...SD_jpgcopy.jpg
    Yes, thank you. Now that you mention it, George kamitani does use the same style. So does hyung tae kim. Thank you for this

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