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OK SO HEREīS ANOTHER STEP BY STEP....BUT I THINK IS NOT USEFUL AT ALL :iconpapmingplz:...i just donīt know how to make tutorials....,i am good at explaining....in spanish :iconmingplz:...but i hope it results a bit useful for some of you...

and sorry my english haha xD

finished image here


MANY THANKS AGAIN TO :iconikr:,without her help i wouldīve forgot to take screenshots and save them...so instead of thanking me say thanks to her(?)

made with photoshop cs5

btw i used overlay layers on the hair and face...andddd this my newest OC,i donīt have a name for him yet xD
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EDIT: Updated because I actually drew the sternocleidomastoid muscle horribly incorrect. Also added a tiny bit more information. Huzzah for anatomy books! 

Source:
(Go visit that website, it's AWESOMELY AMAZING IN EVERY SINGLE WAY.)

Another one~ This isn't something I learned until a few days ago, but it's a pretty important, and, again, I see lots of people who do this.

Does anyone want this to be a series? Because I could totally a bunch of these.

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Here a little process and a few tips (maybe they will be helpful o.o) about digital painting.

I made this drawing in SAI, but any software is ok, since my tips are about drawing itself and not about tools or such ;)
If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask! :heart:

Here the complete drawing:

Yes, it's a fan art of Ao Haru Ride - I love this manga!


Process + tips - You are not so cold Đ Gabrielle Ragusi 2013

Check out my new page on Facebook! www.facebook.com/GabrielleRArt
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Pls read "The Rules" on my front page.


My Art Account is :iconcanankk: :iconarrheartplz:

Works with this stock
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Pls read "The Rules" on my front page.


My Art Account is :iconcanankk: :iconarrheartplz:

Works with this stock;

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About this tutorial
1. It's not finished, I have the other half to finishing writing on.
2. It is for ArtRage Studio Pro - it's possible not all the options will be there in ArtRage Studio (e.g. the palette knife preset)
3. The snake painting is very random. And yes, I did copy one bit in twice >.>
4. Ask questions!
5. And if you can't see properly, hit the download link. It's actually 2000 pixels wide.

This tutorial describes how I got the watercolour effect in this painting (for example)

And the 'hair' here


...as well as covering some basics of the watercolour brush, and other options in ArtRage 3.
I only used a basic canvas - it has very interesting effects on different textures, as you can see in these two paintings

(Skin of the first and some of the hair and skin and the fragmenting bits in the second)

I also was too busy remembering to take screenshots (I get really caught up when I'm painting ;P ) to zoom in properly (for example) and a few other things I should have shown you.



ArtRage 3
More ArtRage 3 Tutorials
ArtRage Stickers
ArtRage Video Tutorials

For people wanting to upgrade: ArtRage Registration

And a LOT more pages about ArtRage in general, and ArtRage 2.5 can be found listed here:
All About ArtRage

My ArtRage Paintings
and previous tutorial for ArtRage 2.5




Visit my Zazzle and RedBubble Galleries
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The steps I went through to create this picture [link]
The last step is an alternate version of the completed picture.
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This set made in Photoshop CS3 and should work in other but only newer versions.

Original picture is by =night-fate-stock

How to use them - link here
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I think it's good :)

Used programs: Cinema 4D r13 and Photoshop CS5
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I don't know how useful this tutorial will be, but I had it on the back burner for a long time, so I thought that now would be a good time to finally post it up. This is a nifty shop trick I learned after spending plenty of time perusing CS5 for hours at a time. This is primarily for people who scan in their lineart from paper rather than draw it digitally. But I suppose this system could also work for digital users who want to get smoother curves. I used Lady Oil for this tutorial. Feel free to download it if you'd like!
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