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My ship The I.S.S. Wolverine with my fiancee's ship in the background.
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My first ever tutorial! :D
you may find spelling mistakes...and strange areas where i had to erase the text and fix it XP Sorry for my messy handwriting!

anyways. so this is a tutorial on how i do my speed paintings, featuring Zan :3
Program used- Photoshop Elements 7


Original picture can be found here:

other painting - Kavi


If you used the tutorial, i would love to see it! :D
Thanks for reading! i hope it helped.

ZAN BELONGS TO ME:iconsamuraiwarrior7:
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packaging the product for customers to buy as we speak...should be available soon...Thanks Ron
Yes this was inspired by Marek Okon (crysis) but the special effects is what I'm selling.
Poser 2012,PS CS6, credits:Xurge3D Nano suit, Stonemason car and rubble, Building personal photo, Special Effects:Fire, Debris, Muzzle Flashes, Glass, Smoke,Blood,HUD Graphics
- Rons War Elements(Brushes,styles,PSD layers)
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Huangshan.

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RULES OF USE
1) You do not have to ask for permission to use my stock.
2) If you are submitting your work on deviantART, you MUST credit me in the deviation or the description. Link back to my userpage or to the deviation, or both.
3) Please tell me when you've used my stock! Either notes or comments work fine.
4) You can use my stock outside of dA! Just show me, and give credit where possible.
5) Yes, you can make work involving my stock into a print. Just let me know!
6) If photomanipulating, the level of photomanipulation must be substantial. Don't just change the saturation and call it your own deviation.
7) Yes, you can use my photos as reference for your sketch, painting, etc.
8) Don't steal. Duh. Don't submit something of mine as your own deviation.
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final : Plane concept by JonathanDufresne
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The Interview Kekai Kotaki is now live. He is truly a living legend in the concept art world. Check it out here: [link]
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enjoy! n.n
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All cars nowdays look like cellphones. That one, on the other hand, is a 50's space ship.
I'm fairly certain it's a chevrolet but don't ask me what model it is - I was just passing by.

Note me if you use - credit and link back.
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You need to have a digital tablet to access the pen pressure brush features. If you use a mouse, pressure sensitivity is not available

I have two other PS Elements tutorials available. I put this one together because I like to update them and show different techniques. I tried to keep it really basic. Enjoy! This one uses an oil brush to blend hard shadows, yet another possible method to consider. As I always say, it depends on the look you want. I say any combination of methods and tools that work for YOU is what you should go for!

As always, if there are any questions, I'll try to answer them. This tutorial CAN be used for normal versions of Photoshop as well as Elements, but normal PS versions have options moved around, or may appear different, be under different menus, or be named something else.

Yeah, that's Adobe for you.

The other two PS Elements Tutorials:
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Background texture by ~darkiTexture
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Huangshan.

Download for 3872x2592 image.

RULES OF USE
1) You do not have to ask for permission to use my stock.
2) If you are submitting your work on deviantART, you MUST credit me in the deviation or the description. Link back to my userpage or to the deviation, or both.
3) Please tell me when you've used my stock! Either notes or comments work fine.
4) You can use my stock outside of dA! Just show me, and give credit where possible.
5) Yes, you can make work involving my stock into a print. Just let me know!
6) If photomanipulating, the level of photomanipulation must be substantial. Don't just change the saturation and call it your own deviation.
7) Yes, you can use my photos as reference for your sketch, painting, etc.
8) Don't steal. Duh. Don't submit something of mine as your own deviation.
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