Well, this is my first drawing tutorial... i did this first to my website, but decided to make one version to share it in here. It isn't quite detailed, but shows a bit about the technique i'm using. Yeah, it needs some work yet... And my english isn't quite that good, so there may be spelling errors and such things... plus that i'm not really good at explaining things, but i'll try to do better at next time.
This is one that's a stock for now, if there's not too many favs, i can make it just a photography portrait but Im hoping its cler enough for stocks enjoy and please read stock rules here: [link] ! ty Photo by me Make up by Brenda Tseng
I woke up this morning with a feeling that I had to do this (after talking about some dog comic clichés with a friend of mine yesterday. I think that might have something to do with this). Aaand so I kinda spent the rest of the day doing it. Man, I was supposed to write the essays I need tomorrow at school, but nooooooo, the inner voice of my inspiration started nagging louder than usual.
Note to self: tutorial thingies take LONG TIME to make, don't do them if you have urgent school stuff to do.
Too bad I don't have a wolf skull to use as reference in here, I intend to buy a replica one from skullsunlimited.com someday, but those things are expensive and my student budget just isn't enough. Someday.....
I hope there's not too many typos, the thing grew so big that opening the psd would probably crush my little wimpy old Photoshop.
People are always asking me if I know Tyler Durden. Oh wait, I mean people are always asking me what my procedure is and workflow and all that. I try to explain it the best I can but I'm not very good at explaining what I do or how I do it, or why I do it. But recently I've been asked this alot, so I decided to try to map out what I do. After all, this is how I learned everything before I started inventing my own procedures. So for all those who wanted to know, here it is. And if I've left anything unclear or you just have any questions let me know. I tried to keep it simple yet informative.
One thing to note here, under the render settings. For Darth Talon I do these things twice, one for her red tone and one for her tattood tone, the setups are the same I just use different colors, and I use my tattoo map as a transparency map between the blended materials.