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Thread: need a tut please

  1. #1
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    need a tut please

    on painting somewhat realistic evergreens, spruce, pines etc..I just can't seem to get the hang of it on my own and can't find anything in the list of tuts...help would be most appreciated
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  2. #2
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    Is this any help Moosie:

    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...-Tree-Tutorial

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  3. #3
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    Hey Moosie, I would look up how to paint a tree in the real world, not just with Artrage. There's nothing particular about ArtRage that will do it automatically. So once you have an idea how to paint a tree, you can try that in ArtRage, or at least it will give you a sticking point that you can specifically ask about.

    Trees are one of the most common subjects and have been painted every way you can imagine. I think the essence of doing trees is to know how they're done in the style you're doing. And thereafter you can vary the heck out of the shape of them for your purposes. There's ornamental trees, fantasy trees, thick and thin, gnarled, saplings, grizzled, farmed, full, bare, oaks, ash, elms, pines, windswept, trimmed, scarred, burned, with leaves, needles, orange, red, green, purple, blue, yellow, brown leaves, fruited etc etc.

    I did a quick search on Youtube and there's lots there. I would pick something that appeals to your taste and try to replicate the steps in ArtRage.
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    Thank you
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