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    JAK: You're welcome Whatchu learn? Any Questionsssss? Cheers!
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    Portrait Demo and PSD
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    PSD:
    http://www.divshare.com/download/759001-8a8

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    TEACH ME ABOUT COLOUR DAMMIT!

    argh warm cool, saturation, hue, value....

    nah mainly I get confused about choosing colours , especially in regard to shadows relating to the light source etc..
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    Hmm, that's all semi-general; specific questions are the best
    If I understand correctly, you want to know how to choose a shadow color in relation to the full-light color? If so ..
    First you need to know that less light equals less value, more light equals more value. Value is king in describing form and distinguishing shapes. Edges are queen but that's a different story. Next you need to know what light is present in the shadow. You would be unable to see it if there was no light present. If there is truly just one light source and the environment was white - I believe the only difference you would see would be with value. However this is rarely if ever the case. Outdoors for example there is little running from the largest secondary light source there is, the sky. Any interference, be it secondary lighting or reflected lighting of a different hue will cause a decrease in saturation; indeed think of saturation as a measure of purity. Once you have calculated the value and saturation levels the proper hue is simple mixing - pull out a color wheel and tell me what happens when you mix yellow with blue.

    I've set up several exercises in the Peer Project just to teach this sort of thing, namely exercises 3 and 4 - but check out the rest as well; won't hurt.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=76955

    Any more questions or follow up questions please let me know
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    Stylized Figure Demo with PSD and Files
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    PSD and Files:
    http://www.divshare.com/download/819928-3aa
    Included is brush texture source and photo overlay from imageafter.com

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    Creating Seamless Textures for Use with Brushes
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    1. Grab the source pic from http://www.imageafter.com/image.php?...fabrics095.jpg . Imageafter.com is a great site, be sure and check out their texture section. Open photo in Photoshop and with the crop tool select as much similar texture as possible, not here I've blocked out all the borders as they would be very recognizable in a repeating pattern. I've also ticked perspective in the tool bar for a quick rotation and maximization of texture area. Any distortion will be neglibile if done right.

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    2. Let's not kid ourselves, we're artists - crap at math. Under canvas size I crop again, this time by pixel in order to get some nice even numbers which I will be dividing by half in a moment. No one is going to mix an area of 3x2px are they?

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    3. Select under the filters menu Other>Offset

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    4. Remember when we cropped the canvas from before? Come on, that was 2 steps ago! Divide total length and total width by 2 and input them here. Make sure wrap around is selected!

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    5. The healing brush is perfect for filling in seams. Reminds me a lot of welding actually. Anyways - I still haven't got the hang of it and needed to use the clone stamp to go over a few ugly bits.

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    6. All done. Can barely see the seams, it's not the best job - but we're not using the photo, we're using it's texture. Things like the lighter band will show up in repition, however this file is rather large and the way the texture is used it shouldn't be too noticible.

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    7. After you have selected everything (Ctrl+A) Proceed under the Edit Menu and select Define Pattern.

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    8. A dialog will pop up, name it whatever you want. I think this is like italian for canvas or something ...

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    9. I'm going to use this texture on my favorite round brush. Minimum diameter is set to 70%, not too small - not too big.

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    10. I prefer to have opacity and flow to pen pressure on just about everything. I practically never touch manual opacity but manual flow is very handy.

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    11. Ok, back on topic! Tick the texture box and select our new texture. (Lil' downward pointing triangle next to invert.) Set Mode to Subtract (But please play around with the other modes and see how you like it!) Invert is selected because I think it looks better - more like paint that get's stuck between the texture rather than the texture of the canvas itself.

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    12. Save your new brush!

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    13. The end. Pat yourself on the back.
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    man!
    I can't thank you enough
    you just saved me a hell lot of trial and error time to figure out how those pattern things work

    if I was a hot female I'd so kiss you on the cheek!
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    Holy shit Tom.

    I think I love you now. I never saw this thread til today.

    I could have saved so many eyes from being raped by my ineptitude at painting had I seen this earlier.
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    If found another thread from you, for sure i would write a THANKS message, subscribe and put 5 stars. Seems like dejavu this week.
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    Wee! Thanks for the walkthrough for the brush creation. I now have a new brush. I've downloaded the PSD files, and will get to those when I can get a moment of time. Thanks!
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    i don't read the entire thread(yet). the way you do color and paint is really good, when i read more i will made a more deep reply. thanks for your work and share spirit, take care.
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    Hey man. don't know if you've active here as well but can you please re-upload your brushes? i tried to download them but the archive seems to be damaged.

    Please ....
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    Infinit: My pleasure homey. Man, you really should be a hot female.
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    Going to put up some video demo's tommorow or so... Just have to get a few files I left at work
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    thanks for the brushes man. I have to say i really love the stuff you paint man. i have great problems painting digitally, especially with color. it's very hard. looking forward to some new demos here, and in the mean time.... D:

    cheers man
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