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    update:quick face demo available now.



    got this file down to 24MB, and finally uploaded it.
    the host is RapidShare, and the link is:
    http://rapidshare.de/files/11706342/face_1.avi.html

    it`s not the very best host, but i really don`t know
    of a better way to share this Demo with you guys.

    enjoy, and i hope you`ll find it helpful.

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    much appreciated.

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    Amazing!

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    Cool, I've been wondering how you work (since you have such a unique style and all). Currently downloading...

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    wonderful! thank you for letting us see how you work!

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    my pleasure guys.


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    Yee-ha! Dowloading as we .....speak?

    Just finished watching the whole damn thing. Thank you! That is extremely helpful, as well as damn inspiring.

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    top of the head looks chopped off. i think there should be about 1-2 inches more head on top, no?

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    Awesome work man. Thanks so much for the demo, love to see the process!
    Also props on the quote, Survivor is probably my favorite book of all time, that along with anything else Chuck writes!
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    Stop it. It hurts. That was great, simple and very useful. Cheers mate.

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    awesome, i seriously have to try drawing on the computer, you use a tablet right? very nice tutorial, thank you very much

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    Wooty Woot Woot! Niftiage .

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    I hate to say it, because I like the style and piece, but his left eye (our right) bothers me because it seems like it is out too far from the nose. I guess that doesn't affect process though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okthirteen
    Awesome work man. Thanks so much for the demo, love to see the process!
    Also props on the quote, Survivor is probably my favorite book of all time, that along with anything else Chuck writes!
    Cheers!
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    hey, my nick (chuck,mate) is after this guy.
    he`s one of the most brilliant , original, crazy talented dudes since ... well, ever.

    all you nice people - thanks for the comments and crits. much appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by okthirteen
    Awesome work man. Thanks so much for the demo, love to see the process!
    Also props on the quote, Survivor is probably my favorite book of all time, that along with anything else Chuck writes!
    Cheers!
    Yddob
    hey, my nick (chuck,mate) is after this guy.
    he`s one of the most brilliant , original, crazy talented dudes since ... well, ever.

    all you nice people - thanks for the comments and crits. much appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by okthirteen
    Awesome work man. Thanks so much for the demo, love to see the process!
    Also props on the quote, Survivor is probably my favorite book of all time, that along with anything else Chuck writes!
    Cheers!
    Yddob
    hey, my nick (chuck,mate) is after this guy.
    he`s one of the most brilliant , original, crazy talented dudes since ... well, ever.

    all you nice people - thanks for the comments and crits. much appreciated.


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    oh mate - thank you - thank you - thank you.
    That was some of the best 42 minutes I have spent in a long time. Being relatively new to digital colouring I just love your technique. Laying down all the tones, shades and highlights in greyscale first is a sensational idea.

    And the speed with which you do it all. Just the time it took you to do the nose job was amazing.

    And not one save for that whole time!!
    Great skills. And a really valuable resource. Thanks for putting that out there for us.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iomoon
    oh mate - thank you - thank you - thank you.
    That was some of the best 42 minutes I have spent in a long time. Being relatively new to digital colouring I just love your technique. Laying down all the tones, shades and highlights in greyscale first is a sensational idea.

    And the speed with which you do it all. Just the time it took you to do the nose job was amazing.

    And not one save for that whole time!!
    Great skills. And a really valuable resource. Thanks for putting that out there for us.

    Cheers.
    well....thank YOU.

    my speed is something achieved with time.

    doing an image in grayscale first, finding tones and light & shade is not something i could ever take credit for. i mean, most of the great artist here do that most of the time.

    and not saving is a BIG no-no. always, always save your artwork while producing it. i was just trying to create this tut in the shortest time possible.


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    Man... I can't get this video to play on my computer. Quicktime player says it lacks the necessary software, but gives no clue what that software is. I really really wanted to see this, because your style is easily one of my favorites on this board, Chuck.

    Oh well, my loss. Keep up the good work, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plate
    Man... I can't get this video to play on my computer. Quicktime player says it lacks the necessary software, but gives no clue what that software is. I really really wanted to see this, because your style is easily one of my favorites on this board, Chuck.

    Oh well, my loss. Keep up the good work, man.
    it`s an .AVI decoded by MPEG-4. it runs easily on the average Windows Media Player. or Divx player. or MV2.
    or the Cam player (of the camtasia software).
    QuickTime is probabley the only 1 that can`t run it, dude.



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    I thought a magician never reveals his secrets :o

    love it man, crazy rendering technique.. gona try that blure thingy out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck,mate.
    it`s an .AVI decoded by MPEG-4. it runs easily on the average Windows Media Player. or Divx player. or MV2.
    or the Cam player (of the camtasia software).
    QuickTime is probabley the only 1 that can`t run it, dude.

    Yeah, I had also tried to open it with Windows Media Player and it said the file type was invalid. I have no idea where the error is, so I'll just have to try again later on a different computer. Thanks, though.

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    Hey plate,

    Try this player that negrotuerto recommended to me to view his AVI tuts:
    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

    I'm on a mac and this was the best solution for me to see them instead of trying Quicktime. Chuck,mate's avi works perfect with this app. Oh yeah, it's free.

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    Awesome. Thanks a bunch, red, I owe you one.

    And Chuck - excellent tutorial, man. I'm still pretty new to digital painting, and I think that just watching your technique has improved my understanding of it tremendously. Thanks for sharing, it's very much appreciated.

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    Thank you very much.
    I always enjoy a nice tutorial, it will be nice to see how you work

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    brush

    justs wondering what brush your using for most of it and what are some of the setting your using for it.

    btw. thanks i piked up a trick or 2 from your demo.

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    HOLY FFFFFFFFFFFLUBAWABA!!!!!!

    this is incredibly insightful!!!! thank you so much, your use of layer effect and stuff is awesome!

    Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou!!!!

    .....also wondering what that brush was you were using, it looks like a default one. Also, i noticed you had opacity and flow at 100% the whole time, you must have a really light hand or something.....

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    Wafflehouseninja - the brush is a default brush (number 17 )
    and the settings are "pen preasure" on both "opacity" and "flow" jitters. simple as that.

    Kronos - see reply above.

    thanks dudes and dudets.
    a new tut is in the making.
    hope to post it soon.

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    how..?

    I see your brushes are going from 30px to 50 to 10
    how do you do that so quicly..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaiz
    I see your brushes are going from 30px to 50 to 10
    how do you do that so quicly..?
    on your keyboard, left of the "Enter" key,
    you`ll see these 2:
    ]
    [



    ] = make brush bigger.
    [ = make brush smaller.




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