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PS Flower painting tut 1 by WarpedOrbit PS Flower painting tut 1 by WarpedOrbit
Sorry, this is 'gonna be HUGE.

PS flower painting #1. Reference permission granted by the amazing :iconzarafa: here's her original photo: [link]

Hope you guys find this useful.
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:iconlexarexa:
lexarexa Featured By Owner May 28, 2008
Ill be using this very soon! looks very helpful . thanks for sharing!
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:iconwarpedorbit:
WarpedOrbit Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2008
:D Wow thanks! hope it's helpful. :)
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:iconqutey:
Qutey Featured By Owner May 16, 2007
Interesting way you laid this out. Makes sense though lay things out, block in color then add the shadows and highlights.
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:iconwarpedorbit:
WarpedOrbit Featured By Owner May 17, 2007
Thanks! This is just how I learned/taught myself to do it. There must be hundreds of ways to get the same result.
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DarkstreamStudios Featured By Owner May 15, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Very nice. I wouldn't have the patience to put one of these together..heh
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:iconwarpedorbit:
WarpedOrbit Featured By Owner May 15, 2007
:lol: I consider it practice of my almost non-existant layout skills.
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:iconzarafa:
Zarafa Featured By Owner May 12, 2007   Photographer
Ohhhhhh, it looks awesome Colleen. You are so clever. I only have dial-up, so I think 8meg would take about a week to download :laughing: Thanks for the link. It looks like you did an amazing job with that flower. I don't know what kind of flower it is, but it is just captivating! I wish I had your talent.
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jupitersnest Featured By Owner May 10, 2007
Wow, that's great! I see so many Photoshop tutorials and it makes me want to try it, but I've also heard it's not too much different from Paint Shop Pro. So maybe I can try this out in PSP. :D

My problem is, I don't ever do things the same way when I work digitally. I either forget the method or just try something different. It's a pain when I leave a drawing for a while and come back and try to finish it... old and new work don't mesh very well. Honestly, I think that's why I don't draw at all sometimes. I'm afraid to start stuff in case I don't finish. OK, and I've also just been lazy. :XD:

More, more tutorials! Feed me! :)
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:iconwarpedorbit:
WarpedOrbit Featured By Owner May 11, 2007
:lol: :salute: Yes M'am!
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scott5353 Featured By Owner May 10, 2007
This is way too difficult for me.I rely solely on serendipity when i'm in the shop.
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:iconwarpedorbit:
WarpedOrbit Featured By Owner May 11, 2007
:lol: People always ask me "How did you do that?" when they see certain things, so I decied to show them exactly how. I don't expect everyone who asks is going to try my techniques because though some are simple, others are more 'advanced' and still othes look easy but depend on artistic intuition which varies highly from person to person, making duplication of the results 'iffy'. And I don't always do things the same for each picture because I'm always experimenting. But believe it or not, Serendipity is a good friend of mine too ;)
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Firekyuubinari Featured By Owner May 10, 2007
Woo! WO made a tut. :3
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:iconwarpedorbit:
WarpedOrbit Featured By Owner May 11, 2007
:lol: Yeah, I'm making a few more. Thanks for the fav :hug:
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:iconfirekyuubinari:
Firekyuubinari Featured By Owner May 13, 2007
x3 NP!
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