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Thread: How I used to paint with real oilpaint and real brushes but now in ArtRage (tutorial)

  1. #11
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    Thank you, Briex. Much as I love your work, especially your command of light, I learned far more from this demonstration than I expected. You teach as marvelously as you paint.

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    Your painting looks better than the photo. I was going to ask, where was the painting? Lovely
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  3. #13
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    For your conveniency I put the various stages in one document online to download (jpg 1.8Mb):


  4. #14
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    Wonderful Briex, just wonderful and thanks for the tutorial
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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  5. #15
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    This is a very great and details AR3 tutorial. Thanks for doing and sharing this.

  6. #16
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    Thanks coops and pai. So you see how thankfull it is to even paint a boring factory and a boring designed bridge. It's the lighting, water, sun and contrails filled sky that makes the scenery pleasant to look at. I like those hard contrasts.

  7. #17
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    Great painting and excellent tutorial - very inspiring!

  8. #18
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    Briex,
    Not only is your artistry and talent to be recognized but the tutorial
    is an amazing, educational feat unto itself. You have taken a photo
    scene and transformed it into a stunning work of art. So well painted!
    Mairzie Dotes

  9. #19
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    Hello Briex

    I am new to the game and loved your aviation paintings on your site, I fly commercially so they are near to my heart!

    My passion is warbirds and I was wondering if you used the same techniques on those paintings as you have described above.

    I use CS 4 and Painter 11 right now and having purchased Artrage I hope to really enjoy using this platform.

    I am really terrible at creating realistic looking clouds, the ones in your images are amazing, any suggestions as to where to begin!?

    Cheers

    David

  10. #20
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    Don't think Briex is around much these days. Haven't seen him since the first part of the year I think. He's a great painter. I was just looking at his two paintings of a house on a hill in his Hopper like style. He's a great artist. Hope he does come around again. This tutorial is great!!!

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