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SAI tutorial - going traditional CONTINUED
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Published: May 21, 2013
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I decided to make another one.
My tutorial on SAI explaining how to get the traditional look with a digital program part II.

You can see the finished piece here:

The textures for the layers and such can be downloaded at :icondarlingmionette: -->

If you use the technique I love to see your work. Leave me a link. :)

The other tutorial:
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BubblesDraws|Hobbyist Digital Artist
how do you get the pen tool? i need help Stat Beating Heart Emote (Free to Use) 
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
Hi. All you need to do is click the right button at an empty brush square, choose the same type (icon) brush as I have and filled in and set your settings as told in the above right corner of the tutorial. In other words you have to create the brush with these settings yourself in Painttool Sai. Make sure you have the textures downloaded and installed that are mentioned in the description. Clicking the link will bring you to the texturepack by Darlingmionette (follow her instructions how to install these)
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BubblesDraws|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you sooo much Hug you see. im working on a project for my best friend. Heart Swag-trap the pimp-daddy 
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:hug:
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Cali-Purp|Student Digital Artist
Very good tutorial!
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconthankyouflowerplz:
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WonHitWonder|Hobbyist General Artist
Once again, excellent job!  My criticism is basically the same as the first tutorial in this series.  Maybe a bit more space between paragraphs or a slightly reduced font size would help?  These are just tiny nitpicks though, I'm liking your tutorials a lot so far! 
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconblinkthanksplz: again for taking the time to look at my tutorials. :D 
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ArifMajid|Hobbyist Digital Artist
very nice!
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CindysArt|Professional Digital Artist
Wonderful tutorial! :love:
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconthankyouflowerplz: dear Cindy
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconthankyouflowerplz:
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Aiko-Hirocho|Professional General Artist
very nice, thanks for sharing this
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconmypleasuresignplz:
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Marcxangfenix|Student Digital Artist
beauty work
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconthankyoublushplz:
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balthasarcraft|Professional Artisan Crafter
I just started digital painting and lighting confuses the heck out of me. Thanks for a great tutorial.
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
Hi Kyla. :iconlucywaveplz:
:iconmypleasuresignplz: and :iconthankyouveryplz:
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:glomp:
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MrBIGAL|Hobbyist Digital Artist
THANK YOU! These tutorials are wonderful!
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconmypleasuresignplz: and :iconthankyouflowerplz:
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Peter-The-Knotter|Student Artisan Crafter
endearing and practical tutorial... bravo! thx fer sharin'... Peter... (do I detect the merest shadow of a hint of R Briggs c/w St Exupery...?)

In any event, good choice of stages with a clear very readable font and presentation: excellent work! Peter.
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tamaraR| Digital Artist
:iconthankyouflowerplz: for the wonderful compliment. The hint of R Briggs c/w St Exupery is purely coincidental I have to say.
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