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I wanted to make a "Wednesday Addams" style series for a long time...
I hope you'll like it!
Thanks to my wonderful donators who help me purchase this black dress!
An exclusive pack series is in creation.

Model: myself
Photographer: Gilles

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PRINTS ALLOWED.
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Don't forget to read the stock rules, credit and fav!
And most important, have fun!
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This an old stuff I was working on & which I completed today =)

Yeah, I know it's huge. I hesitated between a package for each pillar or 1 package for all. Tha maps are 2048 so that's why it's so heavy.

Youtube : [link]

Other Packs : [link]

Commissions : [link]

Absolutly free to use in any way !
Don't forget to fav it if you use it and please give me a link as feedback, I'm curious to see how it looks when it's used. ;)
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This is an unrestricted stock resource. You don't need my permission to use my unrestricted stock as long as you...This means you can use it in professional, academic, or personal projects without asking me. (It's NOT for redistribution of your own stock.) Click here for more of my stock photos, textures, film footage, other goodies & rules.


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Sierra Nevada mountains.

If you like what you see, please donate points. Thank you!

Comments are welcome near the bottom of this folder. Thanks!
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A detailed tutorial on using blending modes in Photoshop.

For more skilled artists who know about this stuff, there are some good tricks in here about removing undesired line work and artifacts using blending modes.

spirithunterart.blogspot.com/

www.spirithunterart.com
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Model: Predrag Brkljac    www.facebook.com/pages/Predrag…

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Have fun :)
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A quick tutorial for Frosty and a couple of other people who asked ! Pardon my bad handwriting and shitty colors. But that's how I did it anyway -u- I'm still there if you have questions.
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Hey everyone!
A lot of people have asked how i do these so i'll be posting some steps for you guys!
Hope it helps, haven't really done these before
Cheers!
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Rules are in my Journal on my Profile Page.

Photograph taken at Old Buittle Tower.
Quotations from: [link]

"The Border Reivers were bands of brigands, organized in family groups (rather like the Clans of the Highlands of Scotland) who caused anarchy in the lands on either side of the Scotland-England Border for over 300 years, from the 13th Century until the early years of the 17th Century. They committed theft, robbery, 'recett' (the selling on of stolen goods), murder, wounding, arson, kidnapping and extortion. Their actions introduced words such as "Blackmail", "Bereaved" and "Gang" into the English language. "

No Kilt

And in case you are wondering about the lack of a Kilt...

"Scottish Reivers did not wear Tartan (or “plaid” as Americans erroneously call it). The idea of wearing tartan would have been anathema to the Lowland Scots", as it was the Highland Scots that wore the Tartan.

The Galloway Pony

"Although Reiver could operate as foot louns they were more adept at working as horsemen. They were counted as some of the finest light cavalry in Europe...

The key to their success was their horses. This was a now extinct breed, variously termed “The Galloway”, “The Hobbler” or “The Nag”. The Galloway, as a breed, died out in the later years of the 19th Century, but its bloodline still survives in the Fell Pony and its near relation the Dale Pony.

Fell ponies, and their Galloway ancestors, are amazingly sure-footed, fantastically strong, with an excellent turn of speed and with tremendous stamina.

Their fate was inextricably linked to that of the Reivers. James VI realised that without their horses the activities of the the Reivers would be severely curtailed. So he enacted banning orders on the keeping of horses in the Border country. Once the Reivers were gone and “peace” returned to the Borders (which would remain a turbulent place for at least another 100 years) then the only requirement for horses was for farm work."

There are more photos from this series in my scrap book if you need more references. They will generally be more blurred or have reflections over the top if they are in my scrap book.
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OK, before you go clicking full-view on this one. please don't. just download it for your own good. it's HUGE.

This was requested by a friend.
It took me about 5 hours to finish and I'm happy with how it turned out.
This is a tutorial for the freeware music composing program called Pixeltone Collage (also sometimes called pxtone) made by the man himself, Daisuke Amaya (aka Pixel), the creator of popular freeware game Cave Story.

Here's his website
[link]

And if you're having trouble navigating, here's the direct download from his website.
[link]
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This is the most asked for tutorial I've ever had and I hope it is helpful. I made it as clear as I could.

The shoulder girdle has a huge range of motion and carries a lot of character. This is where shrugging happens, reaching back, reaching out etc... It all starts from the apex of the sternum, and your shoulders rotate/orbit around it.  
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