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No Salvation by BerolEagle No Salvation by BerolEagle
Yet another update, I'm getting there. Colors look pretty good on my LaCie CRT and Flexscan LCD but look awful on my laptop screen, oh well.
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Jadified Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow! This is absolutely gorgeous!
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nunchaku Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012  Professional Artist
I have the same problem with my two screens, it really annoying at times.
This looks great to me though.
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012
Thanks for the feedback! One thing I found to be a big help was actually Painter, it's much easier to get to the color scheme I have in mind by just using a round brush with blending and the glow brush, the color wheel is also much faster and intuitive than Photoshop. With Photoshop I have to deal with layer modes, color editing and all the other stuff which makes it very easy to end up with colors that I don't want.

I'll definitely revisit this theme in the future with Painter.
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nunchaku Featured By Owner May 1, 2012  Professional Artist
Iam gonna have to try Painter again. Iam trying to speed up my coloring process and maybe Painter is the answer.
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
It's great even if you're going to color later on in Photoshop with a swatch list made from the colors you mixed in Painter. Blending, selecting colors in the color wheel and lighting some areas with the glow brush speeds up the whole initial process and just feels more natural than trying to do all that computer stuff in Photoshop.

Problem is that Painter is very buggy, I use Painter 9, Painter 6.1 used to be my favorite but it keeps crashing on my new PC, it just vanishes off the screen for no reason randomly, it may work well for half an hour then whoosh, it's gone and you lose everything you did. I don't have any version so I can't comment if they're more stable or not.
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nunchaku Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional Artist
I tried it a couple of years ago. Got a free version with the tablet. I was a bit overwhelmed with the number of brushes, and I just couldn't seam to find one that would give me what i wanted. You know i don't want so much in terms of effect at first, just a simple brush to lay down the starting colors. Maybe you can give me some advice in that matter.But I liked the blender tools. Photoshop doesn't have anything like that as far as I know. I guess I need to be more patient and get use to it more. Ill try the glow brush.
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner May 6, 2012
I had a full brush set online that I made from scratch but after the CIA took Megaupload down it's no longer available. I only have it on my old computer so you'll have to wait a while until I'm able to copy it to a pen.

The default brushes are all junk apart from a few, they neither look like what the brush description indicates it to be nor are they practical. I did it the hard way and read the full manual a few years ago when I was really into Painter. I even did some watercolor brushes that impressed one of the original Painter creators.

If Photoshop has the hard round brush, Painter has the round blender, in order to do one you'll have to disable everything on a random brush variant, then choose these settings:

Dab Type: Circular
Single
Cover: Grainy Soft Cover
Opacity (pressure)
Size (pressure) Min size 50%
Watercolor dab (middle of the bottom row, hollow dab)
Resat (pressure)
Bleed (pressure) Invert
Well:
Resat 31%
Bleed 87%

Then play around with the Grain and Opacity level, you may want to disable Opacity pressure if the brush is too hard.
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nunchaku Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Professional Artist
Thank you for the help. Iam going to try it out.
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D-mowmow Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
This is so awesome love the blood and expressions
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mikemaluk Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011  Professional General Artist
Mt fixe, o feelling 70´s está lá! o que aconteceu ao resto da tua galeria? tiraste cenas? :confused:
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011
Sim alguns estão em storage, como vou mudar de conta queria dar uma varredela à casa.

A nova conta terá trabalhos com outro estilo de pintura mais clean e minimal, embora o meu foco agora é na arte sequencial e nas inks que acho que é o meu forté.
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Vegetorott Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011
Looks amazing
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2011
Thanks, the current version looks much different, I finally got the main zombie figure right. I'll either update it or make a new post, I think it would interesting for people to compare both versions, the finished to the work in progress.
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daniel-maia Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
Trabalho fantástico, Pedro. Como sempre. Conseguiste combinar com sucesso o Exorcista com Zombies;)
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011
Obrigado Maia, finalmente decidiste-te abrir uma galeria no dA? ;) É um bocado difícil ganhar visibilidade ao inicio mas se fizeres update à galeria regularmente vais ganhando mais watchers.
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dukeleto Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice touch, the statue weeping blood...
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
Glad someone noticed hah, didn't know if it was too far out to see. Those crying statues back in the 90's used to scared me.
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LuisPuig Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Professional General Artist
I'd say it looks pretty darn good
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BerolEagle Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
Thanks :)
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LuisPuig Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2011  Professional General Artist
yw
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