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March 13th, 2007 #1
C.O.W. - #079: Lava Swimmer - Official Tutorial by njoo
COW #079 - Lava Swimmer
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Lava Swimmer Tutorial
Heya, this is more to show my work process and my thoughts when I was working, hope this'll be abit help to some ppl~ *might need to wait a bit to load all the images, I tried to be a bit detail in showing the process*
Here're the brushes that I used for this piece, I don't really use much custom brushes compare to many other ppl~ I mainly use the 1st and 2nd brush to paint most of the stuff, while using 3rd 4th and 5th or other brushes to create a bit less boring bg,etc.
Here're the sample textures I played around with for Lava Swimmer~ I think they were from Mayang with a bit tweaking and alteration
Done~ I made each of the JPG the same size for all those that might want to save it and can go back and forth (or layer it in PS) to see exactly what was changed in each process C&C always welcome! Hope it helped a bit, c ya guys around!
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thanks njoo! that really is helpful.. and so simple yet effective. thanks for taking the time to do this. you're an ace in my book - JAG
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Fantastic tutorial, i love your work. Great overall scene, I like the whimsical poses you always find, while still being strong as animals.
March 13th, 2007 #12
Mr. Hou, Thanks for taking the time to put this together for us! Its great to see the thought process of other artists, very inspiring, motivating. See ya on MSN messenger Chief!
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Thank you njoo, i am young and often struggle with finishing a painting. You make it clear for me. Thank you once again.