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Pepper Breeze - Process

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This is my first process, not exactly a tutorial, but good enough to show u how I create a digital painting (Pepper Breeze) from scratch. :)

Sorry about the file size....it is kinda big.

Enjoy!
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I wish I knew which tools were used at each stage or the kind of thing which is being focused on.


That being said, I think this is very good!

MarzRam's avatar
Reminds me of led zeppelin
tturqueza's avatar
awesome i think i learn more from these types of posts than tutorials
RAOcreations's avatar
This is very helpful. Thanks!
PooFoxPyrocraptor's avatar
to me it looks best in the second to last stage. more crisp and the face has more depth. lovely work.
KkFranca's avatar
Great artwork, I'm trying to start praticing digital painting, and even if it's not a tutorial it helped me a lot!
bypri's avatar
I love it! Did you make it in photoshop?
Could you tell more about it? Did you used colors with some special opacity?
Mrilm's avatar
Simple and straight! Colorful and cool! :D
poshTrash's avatar
great process, beautiful work! could you please tell me what was your brush set for this piece? thank you very much!
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Veer47's avatar
I Just Love it!!!!
Beautiful :D thanks.
whitefang4000's avatar
Wow this is really cool! Could you tell me what brush you used?
augenedit's avatar
Nice share, many thanks. :D
MadameLibra's avatar
I love "making of" series! :)
shanedemonslayer's avatar
i just love ur art
eldesertor's avatar
I have no words! Very elegant sketch!
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I wish I knew what you did to soften the pencil lines in the final step. So lovely and ethereal...
KandiKrocodile's avatar
If it's in Photoshop, simply lower the opacity of the pencil layer, it'll soften the lines to how you want them :)
TheTeloch's avatar
I love seeing art broken down. It really allows you to see exactly what kind of work went into the project and allows you to appreciate the finer details more. It's like have a personal guide at a museum.
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