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Bobbi
04-20-2013, 03:24 AM
I have been playing around with using the paint tube and some glitter. It is interesting that you can basically sculpt with those tools. I used the knife with various settings along with the pencil and some stickers. I know it isn't the greatest rendition of a face, but it has been interesting seeing what can be done.

Z1Xwitch
04-20-2013, 03:29 AM
Awesome ... I have been playing around with the "sculpting" technique too .. I found that using layers with different bump blend modes, really helps out .. but it's a little tricky to master.
Good work :D

Bobbi
04-20-2013, 03:33 AM
Z1Xwitch, I too had used several layers with individual elements. I experimented with the different settings for the knife to smooth out parts of the face. The one area I wasn't too happy with was the eye lids. Oh well, next time. :)

Z1Xwitch
04-20-2013, 03:39 AM
Z1Xwitch, I too had used several layers with individual elements. I experimented with the different settings for the knife to smooth out parts of the face. The one area I wasn't too happy with was the eye lids. Oh well, next time. :)

Still, it looks great .. it's kinda hard to get those high bumps looking good, like you did.
I often use a pencil with different settings on the tilt-angle etc, on top of a highly bumped layer.. I find that it's more precise to work with, than the knife .. Often the knife goes totally berserk on me, and cuts too deep.

Bobbi
04-20-2013, 03:43 AM
I have to agree with you about using the knife. It takes a lot of patience with the settings. Keep working at it.

Z1Xwitch
04-20-2013, 03:57 AM
I have to agree with you about using the knife. It takes a lot of patience with the settings. Keep working at it.

Yeah.. I'm not a patient man, so I actually gave up on it in the end, and figured I needed to find, and use a true 3D-sculpting program instead .. so I ended up working in Sculptris .. and actually doing, and importing bitmaps from ArtRage ;)