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Thread: Bubble tutorial.

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    Bubble tutorial.

    Remember the Bubbletree I'd had a happy accident with a lil while back?

    someone had asked for a tutorial.
    Well, it's not very elaborate, but for what its worth here it is..

    #1. put lots of paint on the canvas. thicker the better. (image #1)
    #2. select the palette knife with the edge option (2nd option) (remember Sabena's tutuorial?)
    #3. Use the knife in quick circles ensuring that you drag some color over some non color area. (image #2)
    #4. Viola, your own personal bubble-maker!

    That's All Folks!
    P.S. If the knife doesn't give the nice sharp edge, undo the stroke and reverse the direction of the circle. that usually works!
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    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    That's really cool Flyashy. Thanks for showing this technique.

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    You're most welcome GZ.
    Hopefully there'll be a blizzard of bubbles happening now
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    So simple and yet so clever, awesome technique Fly, thanks so much for sharing.
    I only like the first two palette knifes, the smooth one suffers too much from performance issues for my patience

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    very clever! good idea
    my work- gusion85.deviantart.com

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    @Juz, Thank you very much. I also have the same issues with the soft knife. I've almost stopped using it to blend. Now I'm just waiting for AR3 I suppose it'll be resolved in that!

    @CS, thanks. glad you like it.
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    Lol Flashy that's a great little Tut
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    erm..No, Col...
    The 'Great Little Tut' ruled and died in Egypt a long time ago!!

    Haha, LOL sorry couldn't resist that lil joke!!

    Thanks.
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    Rofl Flashy
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