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  1. #11
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    you are a great caricature artist and a meticulous study. Love your textures and and painting techniques. thanks for the play by play on this.

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    Thanks.

    I did the hair on a new layer, the massive piece was airbrushed, the individual strands were pencil.
    I then added a new layer and with the fantastic smokey stencils of Mister Paint I added some smokey patterns around the painting, to break the boring background.
    And there's the final painting. Unfortunately I can't use it , because I don't see the likeness like I'm used to.
    Anyways, I hope you liked the step by step.
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    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    I give you the settings I used to paint:
    first is the dry brush settings , second the glaze settings, and then the pencils, to complete the list
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    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Hi Hanzz,

    You are very proffesional in your field and very helpful for people with all this tutorials;
    I will certainly will not do caricatures of you or anybudy else but I am sure that this tutorial can give to me some ideas also,
    thank you very much.
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    I am sure that this tutorial can give to me some ideas
    That's what this community is all about. I hope to see someone put it to good use in a portrait , or something completely different, feel free to post below.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Thanks so much for the detailed step-by-step!

    Your work is always a delight to see, and your tutorial just adds to it. Im going to play around with some of your settings to see what they do. I generally just paint with the default settings using a small brush size (1 to 3%), though with insta-dry and auto-clean OFF.

    Thanks again!
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    Despite this being yet another brilliant excercize on your part, I have to agree with your assessment that the final product does not conjur up the idea of Brian Ferry. Still, it reminds me of someone ... and I can't put my finger on who it is. So Hans, I guess you'll have to accept the well deserved praise and thanks of the community for your outstanding image and informative tutorial. Which reminds me, it's time to change my avatar image.

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    It's so different after you added another layer for the hair. Your skill is amazing. So much to see in these step by step. Thanks again.

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    Thanks RobertSwade, ScottF and Pai.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

    My ArtRage 3 and 4 Gallery------My Site ------- BROWSE MY BOOK

  10. #20
    Masterful. I love your work and great to see the steps. Thanks
    Boxy

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