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Unmasker of the Absurd

By Xeeming
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"Fight fire with fire":)
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TheDarkHeretic's avatar
Amazing piece- LOVE IT :D.
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You`re verey welcome, - nice concept :) !
ilovemyhusky's avatar
Excellent!Love Clap +fav 
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eli-kilburn's avatar
Well done! Inspiring.
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drakedracoli's avatar
Nyarlathotep evolved? Lol.
risuchan23's avatar
Wua, I have no words .... is .... is very good this drawing. I would like to see in a horror videogame XD
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I have no idea what this is supposed to be but I love the hell out of it. :-)
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Thanks very much!:)
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Thank you very much!:)
sorry for the late reply.
BiBiARTs's avatar
wonderful work... send you a request of my group :iconsoulcollectors:
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Thank you so much!:)
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always my pleasure :love: and thanks for the accept!!!
Mitchellnolte's avatar
superlative work! is this through artrage also? or painter?
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Thanks very much!
This is Painter, you're right:)
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wonderful - i have painter but i still find it too difficult to use, it feels often like i have much less control over everything and when soemthing goes wrong i cant seem to find any history section where i can reverse the error like one can in photoshop. may i ask how did you approach painter - what did you find as the best way to work it? - do you perchance use particular brushes ie acrylic? is there a way i can apply washes like i would a real painting?
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The history section in Painter is the same as in the many other programs. Just press Ctrl+Z as many times as you set the amount of 'undo' levels in options: edit>preferences>perfomance>undo levels (in painter 12).
As for me, now I rarely use the Painter, there is other painting programs which more interesting for me.
But Painter is a very nice software too, there are many different brushes and tools. My favourite brushes in Painter is oils section (especially round camelhair), soft oil pastel, wet pencil (real watercolor section). Also Painter have very good blenders. I think, Painter is good for digital painting, but there is very difficult to create really nice imitation of traditional mediums.
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thank you very much for your reply this is very helpful. yes i do love using traditional mediums but i guess time, money and space make that difficult often. thanks once again!
best,
Mitchell
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You're welcome, friend! If you want to convey the nuances of traditional mediums with a digital method, try to use the ArtRage and TwistedBrush. Artrage is very good in imitating of oil paint. TwistedBrush has thousands of brushes and perfectly represents the nuances of many traditional mediums - oil, watercolor, pastel, acrylics etc. The interface of TwistedBrush is not so handy as interface of Painter or Artrage, but its abilities is really amaze.
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