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October 15th, 2007 #121
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gah I downloaded these a week or so ago and never stopped in to say thanks! though I primarily use painter, these are really a nice insight into a process for painting digitally. not much else to say outside of that, just wanted to let ya know all the help you've offered is much appreciated
October 30th, 2007 #123
not enough that you paint just wonderfully, you also listen to really nice music.
It would be great if you could tell me what it is (in the last "remix" vid).
October 30th, 2007 #124
Ikuru: Thanks much man, let me know if you learned anything and what! Always interesting to know.
darkos: Thanks! Hmm, not sure I can really quantify the texture and color... dunno. I do set my brushes up a more natural - opacity and flow to pen pressure and I change the minimum size depending on what I need. Cheers!
Onir: Welcome! And thanks! Painter is nice, I swapped to photoshop for more control though - you should give it a shot!
Xaya: Track one on the last video is Hooverphonic: Renaissance Affair - track two is also Hooverphonic though I can't remember the track name.
No new art, later maybe
October 30th, 2007 #125
well I lerned to use that flat brush tool thing, it helps me to carv the perspective a bit... Also I find it realy interesting how you copy and paste things in order not to have to render all of it all the time... And then using diferent brushes for depth... its all good.
November 11th, 2007 #126
ikuru: Cool dude, good to hear this stuff.
Demo Twenty Five!
Photostudy with PSD and Process Crutches used: side by side with photo reference; use of level lines when needed to check proportions.
PSD: Lots more steps inside
Happy to answer any questions you might have
Reference: Three toed sloth if you are curious.
December 1st, 2007 #127
Hey man, it is all looking too good to be true. The good thing is that one can learn from your techniques from this videos and step-by-steps. Anyway, thanks for the tips mate.
December 2nd, 2007 #128
lennon: Thanks dood - glad to hear they aren't worthless
Demo Twenty Six:
Photostudy with PSD and Process
Crutches used: side by side with photo reference; use of level lines when needed to check proportions.
Yul Brynner in "The Magnificent Seven"
Fantastic western, hadn't seen it in awhile. Really well filmed too. It's eastern progenitor "The Seven Samurai" is still better though
Had to tweak the values - monitor is too dark I guess. Not sure if it's any better now though. Was real good to work in just two values at the start - and really only ended up with three and the blends in between. Learned a ton about form.
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December 25th, 2007 #132
You rock IA, these tuts of yours really helped me a lot! Your generousity is highly appreciated
Thanks a bunch Mr.I think, therefore - you are.
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January 24th, 2008 #134
Thanks a bunch for sharing this intensive knowledge
February 2nd, 2008 #135
Ikuru: Thanks dood!
MeTaL-Mike: Thanks again
Typheaus: Thanks It's my pleasure, really makes me happy that this stuff can help people.
king_scribbles: You're welcome *bookmarks*
Xdreamer: Hehehe, dunno about intensive but you're welcome. Glad it's helpful.
Another Demo done at work. Video is 2 hours reduced down to 10 minutes. Please excuse all the zooming, it’s a valuable way to check your shapes; it’s not nearly as annoying when it’s not 12x the speed. See the divshare link for a full resolution (1600×1200) XviD video and check back with a few days for the PSD file if you are interested.
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