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    Cow C.O.W. - #061: Iceberg Devourer - Official Tutorial by Tyranx

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    Hey guys, here's a mini tutorial on how I did the Iceberg Devourer. Lemme know what you think. its my first tutorial

    C.O.W. - #061: Iceberg Devourer - Official Tutorial by Tyranx

    The step by step:

    C.O.W. - #061: Iceberg Devourer - Official Tutorial by Tyranx

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    Thx Tyranx....now we all will be as quick and good as u are

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    Thank you very much Tyranx...nice to see big guns are offering their help with tutorials like this...thank you to JakkaS and Tyranx...who can i thank for the next time?

    btw..."pwned iceberg"...HAHA! Yeah!

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    rofl idd!

    Thx mate! some good hints 'n tricks in here!
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    Thanks Tyranx... This will help us through tough moment, heheh

    Peace!

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    Uh, I think I just came...

    Very nice. I like the description you made about detailling be erasing parts, this is an effect I wanted to achieve eversince but it was very hard to pick and change colors in such a subtle way (thinking of Sparth's pics). So in a way, the pressure sensivity of the eraser creates semi-transparent parts from the opaque top-layer? That's cool, but... I don't see a change between step 1 and 2. Is it my monitor?

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    Thanks Tyranx! Especially love the penguins. For some reason, I keep imagining the penguins holding up scorecards rating how bad the iceburg got pwned. Great stuff! Peace

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    Wicked Man! I was wondering do you use any quick masks or something to achieve such clean shapes in your pieces? Or is it just painting and erasing on its own layer with the eraser tool.

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    Thanks for all of the extra work you had to do for this. I like the idea of doing side mini-tutorials in addition to the overall painting one.

    Now give us a tutorial on painting the little white birds.

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    I love the sense of scale, depth and overall epicness of your work. What layer styles/techniques do you use to add color to the gray scale? Thanks for the tutorial and inspiration for improving my skills...I shall use these techniques to hopefully win the COW...someday!

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    You young talented MOFO. Gonna try this technique out.

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