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Texturing and Painting Metal

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Published: August 16, 2008
Well, it took some time to do but I made one for everyone. I have a basic shading tutorial coming soon as well, so be sure to watch for it.


I did re read it multiple times, so if you spot an error with spelling or grammar tell me.
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sudesh170396's avatar
Awesome tutorial.....all amateur designers would love it a lot....if u make a video tutorial and put it up on youtube.....
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ksopHobbyist Digital Artist
Wow best tutorial of this kind I've seen. Great job. :)
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IVbenjaminHobbyist Digital Artist
Shiiiiiiuuuuuuuuutt!~ this is nice thanks! 8D
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adenahHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you very much, this is really helpful :)
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rotsentuProfessional Digital Artist
great! thanks!!
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IlaezhaStudent Digital Artist
This is exactly what I needed. Thanks a ton!
jacobmjl's avatar
May I use the screw image directly from the tutorial picture in a 3d model of a military helmet (a secutor helmet to be precise) with credits of course?
Towim's avatar
I used your tutorial here! [link]

Thank you so much.
SynthesisRevolution's avatar
Nice short tutorial, good for a beginner like me ;)

I couldn't help but notice, in the third paragraph it says 'actually' where it should say 'actual' :P
Towim's avatar
Thank you, I found this incredibly helpful with my griffon knight's armor in an upcoming commission. ^^
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This image has been reposted here: [link]

I also found this same blog post posted to many other blogs. To locate the other blogs google your name. Find more info about this rip here at the rip report forum: [link]
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Noise-LessProfessional General Artist
Hmm, this is disappointing. I'll email the site. Thank you!
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SkiepkiHobbyist Digital Artist
Excus me, but how do you set your brush so that it's on pen pressure with the tablet? I can't figure it out. DX
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Noise-LessProfessional General Artist
In the brush settings area, on the drop down list, there should be a pen pressure option. :)
smackhero's avatar
I'm confused about this as well. Pen pressure is a dropdown option for a bunch of brush settings (opacity, flow, mix, wetness, size, roundness, angle, foreground/background, etc.). Which one are you referring to?
Skiepki's avatar
SkiepkiHobbyist Digital Artist
Where can I find those options?
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armiksHobbyist General Artist
Amen!
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Noise-LessProfessional General Artist
Thanks mang
SuspectOfMurder's avatar
Nothing I would be interested in, but very detailed. Looks good. Looking forward to the next ones!
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Noise-LessProfessional General Artist
Thanks man. :D
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MintyFreakHobbyist General Artist
thats so gangsta!
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Noise-LessProfessional General Artist
brap brap fo shizzle!

Thanks for the fav on it too. :D
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