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Thread: inkgloopblurbumpmainia: Plus Tutorial added by request.

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    inkgloopblurbumpmainia: Plus Tutorial added by request.

    This was an exceedingly fun project to construct. I hope you like it at least a little. Comments and commentary welcomed.
    • 100% AR3;
    • Ink pen, gloop pen, custom stikers for some form skins, glitter for bump lighting, blur palette blender to turn glitter into forms, select tool to block in forms, eraser. No filters or stencils.
    EDIT: Jan. 11, 2010: TUTORIAL ADDED: There have been several requests asking for a tutorial on how to create the 3D-like appearance in the painting. I have posted a simple tutorial in post #22 of this thread. Hope it helps for those who are interested. The construction process is actually quite a bit of fun and fairly straightforward.
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    Last edited by byroncallas; 01-12-2010 at 03:11 PM.
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    Great effect

    Byron

    I love the 3D effect and the great vivid colors.

    Buddy

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    wow byron, this looks just like a photograph. Very nice work!
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    so 3D I got vertigo looking at it. That's awesome!
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    If I didn't know any better I would swear you used some sort of 3D rendering software to do this. Absolutely amazing. How in the world did you get that effect??? This is totally awesome and it goes directly into my "need to study" folder! You have had a few lately that go in there. Totally cool, totally fun, total success!
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    Wow Byron, that is very cool. Makes me think of colored clay.
    Be well,

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    It's like a Bendo box of delicious colors! Wonderful Byron.

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    Absolutely superb Byron, so many colours and soooooo 3D. Great work
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    Thanks everybody for the enthusiastic feedback. Has made my evening before crashing for the night.

    Eddie, through some methodical steps you can get this effect pretty easy by transforming glitter contained in an area with a geometric stencil or with a barrier created with the select tool and adjusting the settings on the palette knife blur feature - then apply paint on the created form or on layers above it. It's kind of magical - and lots of fun if you can get into the "construction" scheme of things.
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