Look at these Randis' paintings, especially the 2nd one that looks really smooth:
Does anyone know if Randis did these paintings using Photoshop airbrush using these settings with the brush hardness set to 0% and brush spacing set to 1%, right?
(since I believe these settings will produce the smoothest and finest air-brush look in Photoshop)
My question is: could he possibly have started out tight using the airbrush right away, instead of painting loose and rough and tightening up later?
And he painted in 1 long stroke to produce such smoothness, and if it doesn't work, he press Ctrl + Z again and again till the long stroke hits the mark? (that's what I do LOL )
I've seen many people paint using the latter method, but the end result always lack the super-fine airbrush look no matter how much time they spend polishing the painting.
If anyone knows about his method, pls advise.
It's not just Randis; I've seen paintings that are even smoother than his and look as if they're done via a 3D render engine, but they're not.