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Thread: Tiger and Rabbit (tutorial)

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    Red face Tiger and Rabbit (tutorial)



    Not exactly an 'after 9 o'clock', but includes nudity for sure... Done in AR3, last step in Photoshop.
    Want to see things like 'colour balance' or 'levels' in future version of AR, however I know AR would be super slow at doing it..

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    That's beautiful artwork. Very talented. Great drawing and inking skills.
    Last edited by screenpainter; 11-08-2010 at 04:43 PM.

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    I find this totally engaging. What great work. I love seeing the stages, too.
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    Very fine work.. Thanks for posting the stages, sharing how it came together. Great job!
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    do you use felt pen for the inking?

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    Expertly done and great sequence!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gzairborne View Post
    do you use felt pen for the inking?
    Hi GZ, the inking is actually done with thin oil. I had the thinner max out and squarehead on, and it does feel like a Photoshop brush

    When I draw, felt pen feels a bit too watery, and inking pen feels a bit too sharp. Well just my opinion.

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    Great steps , thanks for sharing

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    Good that you share the steps with us, well done.

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    Exceptional work, I love your distinctive strokes. I want to try this-always a fantastic outcome.

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