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A fine way of getting soaked without swimming. There was water on the lens so the image quality is not so good, but it shows the power of wild water though.
Voglau, Lammertal (Austria)
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Spring of river Glan in Salzburg (Austria). The golden colour of the water is caused by the moory underground and the sun leaking through the trees.
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Gold miners path in the Austrian Alps. Gold mining was stopped here in about 1926.
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Done in Adobe Photoshop - everything is on one layer 
1.draw a shape
2.add shadow
3.add lighter details
4.add darker details like cracks and scratch
5.add light and white scratches
6.use Dodge tool for light, and draw a shadow .

Thank you :hug:
:bulletblue: My newest works 
Hair tutorial by rykyLight tutorial by rykyMagic Tree step by step - tutorial by rykyeye tutorial by ryky Bubble - tutorial by ryky Light of magic - tutorial by ryky

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RYKY on FACEBOOK :bulletblue: there - [link]
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in PSD more textures - free download

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Homer Simpson from The Simpsons in Cubee form!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed.
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Maggie Simpson from The Simpsons in Cubee form!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed.
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Marge Simpson from The Simpsons in Cubee form!!

This Cubee has 2 pages. Make sure you click on Download file to get both pages!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just click on the download link to download the pattern. Then cut out the shapes and construct (no tape or glue needed.
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This Steam machine was built in 1813 and still runs every day
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By the side of the loch
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R.I.P.
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Blendings: Very simple blends (basically pasting together 2 photos) is not allowed.
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DO: 

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- Report the use by sending me a link to your picture.


DON'T:

- Repost the original photo on any site. It must be either digitally altered or used as reference first, but not reposted in its original form. Do NOT just add a piece of text, add a texture etc. Be creative!
Blendings: Very simple blends (basically pasting together 2 photos) is not allowed.
- Redistribute. Do not make precuts, premades or in any way share this photo as a stock photo.
- Claim as your own photo. 


SIM/RPG Sites: 

- You don't have to ask me - you may use the photos there as long as you follow the terms of use stated above.
- Credits ON the picture when used on sim/rpg sites.
- I do not allow my photos to be used as coats on Howrse.

COMMERCIAL USE:

- Deviantart prints are fine, but for other types of commercial use please contact me before you use it.


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DO:

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- Report the use by sending me a link to your picture.


DON'T:

- Repost the original photo on any site. It must be either digitally altered or used as reference first, but not reposted in its original form. Do NOT just add a piece of text, add a texture etc. Be creative!
Blendings: Very simple blends (basically pasting together 2 photos) is not allowed.
- Redistribute. Do not make precuts, premades or in any way share this photo as a stock photo.
- Claim as your own photo.


SIM/RPG Sites:

- You don't have to ask me - you may use the photos there as long as you follow the terms of use stated above.
- Credits ON the picture when used on sim/rpg sites.
- I do not allow my photos to be used as coats on Howrse.
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If you use it, please read and accept the rules first.
You can find them in my journal ([link]).

A :+fav: if you download would be appreciated! :aww:

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Model is ~Sugarskullheart
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:police: THIS IS A STOCK PHOTO! :police:

My stock is free for members of deviantArt.
If you use it, please read and accept the rules first.
You can find them in my journal ([link]).

A :+fav: if you download would be appreciated! :aww:


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:police: THIS IS A STOCK PHOTO! :police:

My stock is free for members of deviantArt.
If you use it, please read and accept the rules first.
You can find them in my journal ([link]).

A :+fav: if you download would be appreciated! :aww:


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something turner'esque, probably not that good as a texture, but who cares :D
have fun, no rules.

 
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have fun, no rules.  :heart:

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15 bloody grunge textures for 90 points.
have fun, no rules for usage.
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Thanks everyone that joined us for the live stream, and we will make sure the comments and mic will be running smoothly in the next one. In case you wanna check it out, you can find the whole stream here: [link]
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Concept Cookie Complete Brushes Download!

Our Brushes are finally compiled and ready to download in an easy one-click process. We want to thank our Citizen members and we hope you enjoy the brushes! ( Try the braid brush, it's my favorite ) We finally have our brushes available for you to download in an easy one click download. We took a look at the brushes that were available and consolidated them and took out the ones that weren’t necessary to include. In this case we are talking quality over quantity. These brushes have been tested and are ready for you to use. 

If you're not sure if you want to become a Citizen Member, You can download this complete brush pack for $5!

Download Your Brushes in One-Click HERE

First are the basic brushes, which are your “go-to” brushes. In my opinion, these are the ones you should be working with most, especially when laying down your foundations of a piece.  Most tutorials/livestreams I try to use the basic Hard Edge or the Chalk Brush to showcase how you don’t need fancy brushes, but they can be very effective at saving time and created detailed patterns/textures that would take much longer with just a basic brush. Hope you enjoy them!

The Complete Brushes (Citizen Only) Download includes the Skin, Hair, Chain, Stitch, Nature, Creature, Chaoes, Metal, Texture, and Extra Brushes! These are brushes that are meant to add texture, be more efficient with time, and give a piece something to work over/with. If you have any brushes you think would be a good addition, let us know! Below is an example chart of what each brush is and what they create! This guide can be used to see what brush would work best for you on a specific area. Lastly, try out the Braid Brush, it’s my favorite brush that I’ve ever created =]

NOTICE: No need to give credit back to Concept Cookie, just please do not redistribute them =] 

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Check out the full post, and download the handout HERE!

EXERCISE:  Analyzing how to look at different materials and textures and how to accurately capture shading and rendering them

While this exercise may sound sweet and simple, it’s actually quite the underlying challenge. We are looking at how to re-create 6 different types of candies and look at look at them analytically. So what distinguishes a jelly bear gummie from a candy cane? Just from looking at them both you can tell, They treat lighting differently and the surface material is vastly different. It is our job as digital artists to be able to analyze a material and be able to know how to capture and re-create the same look and feel on a canvas. So don’t be fooled by the simplicity of the allure of candy, for this exercise is bittersweet!

What are the 6 confectionery treats we will be taking a closer look at? Go through each below with some tips

  • Jelly (Gummy) Bear – The light will be split, half being reflected and the other being absorbed. The light that passes through the surface will create a subsurface scattering effect making it appear as if the material has a soft glow of color.
  • Jelly Bean – This hard surface candy will still absorb some of that light must will mostly be reflected. If a gummy bear was 50/50 on light being reflected/absorbed, this would be around 75/25.
  • Peppermint – Recreating this surface will require an attentive focus to highlights and where you are placing them. Stay concentrated and intense will your highlights.
  • Sucker – This is similar to the gummy bear is that light will pass through and you can see the contents within (the stick of the sucker is still visible), but also carries the surface of a hard candy and will give more concentrated highlights similar to the peppermint.
  • Sugar Coated – This is all about the outer coating of texture. Take the initial direction of a gummy and then coat it with a speckle brush.
  • Licorice – This is similar to the peppermint but not as intense and the focus here will be on the ridges to accurately capture how light affects the surfaces.

GOAL: To strengthen your analyzing skills to interpret different materials and textures.

This is sweet way to strengthen your artist eye and be able to capture different lighting information on different subject matters. Take what you learn from this and apply it to any texture and material!

Download your handout and submit it by next Friday to be one of the top submissions entered for this exercise!

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My Custom Cubeecraft / Papercraft Cutout template of Bart Simpson from the TV Cartoon Show The Simpsons.

More of my custom Cubee tempates for The Simpsons can be found here [link]

The Simpsons Characters (c) Matt Groening & Fox
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Part 2 of 2 of my Custom Cubeecraft / Papercraft Cutout template of Bumblebee Man from the TV Cartoon Show The Simpsons.

(All My Custom Fan Art Cubeecraft Templates are made on MSPaint and The 3D illustrations on the free Gimp program.)


Part 1 to this Cubee Template here [link]


More of my custom Cubee tempates for The Simpsons (Also Futurama) can be found here [link]

The Simpsons Characters (c) Matt Groening & Fox
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My Custom Cubeecraft / Papercraft Cutout template of Grampa Abe Simpson from the TV Cartoon Show The Simpsons.

(All My Custom Fan Art Cubeecraft Templates are made on MSPaint and The 3D illustrations on the free Gimp program.)

More of my custom Cubee tempates for The Simpsons (Also Futurama) can be found here [link]

The Simpsons Characters (c) Matt Groening & Fox
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