Easy Equine Hair Painting (A Tutorial)
Comments: Yikes, I know it's big but I still had to cut a little bit out. Hope this helps some of you! More to come!
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Tools of the Trade: Wacom Intuos4 tablet | Photoshop CS5.1 | Mouse
Time: About one day from start to finish
Comments and s appreciated.
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Wow! I hve lways needed this tutorial! really love horse manipulations, and im hoping to get a pad soon... How long would this take with just a mouse? (laoptop)
this can help wif the hair shading
thank you so much! amazing tutorial helped me alot ^^
I've finally found a good tutorial! Thank you so much(:
This was extremely helpful, but I have trouble just getting the flow right when I'm drawing the mane! It never seems to look good. Any suggestions?
This is a great tut, Caitie. The only problem is that I can't ever seem to draw my manes and tails right... even with a tablet D: The strands of hair come out all blockish instead of straight and sharp.
Are you using pen pressure?
I haven't ever used that because my tablet doesn't have any buttons on it... It's a Wacam Bamboo Pen tablet...
Pen pressure can still be used. Go to your brush window in Photoshop. The option to activate that setting will be displayed there.
Hmm... Well, I'm in Brush Presets and I don't see anything that says Pen Pressure?
fantastic Tuto. I'll try and incorporate this into my mains. I would have never thought about using the lasso tool for editing contrast and levels. Thanks
This really helps! The outcome is amazing!!! Thank you for making such a good tutorial!!!
i adore this because it teaches you how to draw much softer more realistic mane than most tutorials do.
This will help, loads.
Now maybe I can get a manip of mine into a group! Thanks a lot! Your THE BEST!!
Stunning will use
Woohoo! You finished! Thank goodness, this is amazing Thank you Caitie xx
ooooh! very helpful!
Thank you so much Caitie!