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    Texturing in PS

    Just finished this as a gift for some friends. I'm really happy with the way her pants look but not too much else. o_O

    My first time using alot of textures in ps. There are alot of overlays and some linear dodges to get different effects. It def. makes things easier! Now I just have to make it look more seamless.

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    the pants are ok. i think the line work makes it look real sloppy. this looks like something that should be done in Adobe Illustrator or sumthin. it just looks like it would fit in the vector art category to me. try to bring it into illustrator and do that "Trace" feature it has. and try to work on it from there. illustrator makes those kind of cartoony things.

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    hm! I def. work in a cartoony world more....unfortunately I don't have illustrator. I took your advice anyway though and went back in to tighten up the lines. Hope this is an improvement!

    --Gotta fix their eyes
    --and his eyebrows oh my.

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    much better. but dont just make the lines thicker, make sure they are nice flowing curves and lines.

    now work on the light source. make sure it hits the skin and clothes coming from the same direction. what you have now looks kinda flat. the light is supposed to give it depth and shit like that...

    after u straighten that up, i think u should add more contrast to the lights and darks. what i mean by that is make the brights brighter and the darks darker. it makes it have more depth.

    and you will be surprised how much a simple little background adds. andif u decide on a BG, try a shadow, that might work.

    when u done, show me a update,.

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