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Photoshop painting demo 2 by Darkdesyre Photoshop painting demo 2 by Darkdesyre
Photoshop steps to produce my demo per request. You can see the finished piece here... [link]
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SolidSake Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
I rather prefer traditional art than digital art, and I don't have photoshop... but the picture you made with this technique looks quite interesting. :)

she seems to be very embittered :O
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Darkdesyre Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
Yeah I did her without reference and didnt see she had a pissed off look, I should rework her mouth someday =)
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SolidSake Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
^^; don't worry... this is something people tell to me aswell. you don't have to change the picture if you don't want to :) I just noticed while looking at it.

and I could never handle colors like that. :o keep it up! :)
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Darkdesyre Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
No, Ill change it eventually, the cool thing about digital art is it will take me 2 mins to change it =)

Wish I could change things that easily in traditional painting.
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SolidSake Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
:nod: that's true. If you don't have to effort much, then it's no problem in my opinion. :)

hm... I think it depends on the method HOW to change mistakes and the material you are using. If you try to correct something with paint, of course you do it very exhausting. I developed some methods how to correct mistakes in a easier way - but this only works if the picture you're working on doesn't require neatness...
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Darkdesyre Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
Well now see theres the problem, Im a neat painter =)
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SolidSake Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
:nod: hehe, I figured it on the way you draw human bodies.

well, I'm a very neat drawer (not painter) and I know what it means to do so. :) unless you try some more expressionistic and spontaneous art, which allows you to paint really wild ;)
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87frozenhearts Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2008
That helped me alot! :)
Did you ever used the smudge tool at all to blend?
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Darkdesyre Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2008
Nope, I think it gives a "plastic" look, I just lower opacity to blend one color over another. I also use spatter brushes or hard brushes in the beginning to give the skin texture, I only switch to soft airbushes near the end.
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jackal111 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Such a fantastic tutorial, and I definitely love your style! Thanks for sharing this one!
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