XM Magdalena 3D print, GGeorgy (3D)
LC #42 Pipers Alley

View Full Version : TUTORIAL - OFDW 017 Step by Step - by DiM

06-02-2006, 06:39 AM
I I have started to draw a pencil on a paper as has forgotten a tablet of the house.
After hour drowing i scanned my work and worked smudge tools with mouse.
Next day's i worked with graphire.
The technics was extremely simple. On the screen the original and my copy have been opened. I looked at the original and tried to draw a brush that that saw in is black to white scale. Roughly enough.
After that I took smuge tool and studied details. Color in the beginning added color on the channel. After a while when I was defined with base colors, I began to do easier.


06-02-2006, 06:40 AM
I threw color spots over a surface, and then smeared them achieving volume, well and helped myself dodge? burn and sponge tools. After in general all has been drawn I began to study details not forgetting to use the blur tool.
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06-02-2006, 06:41 AM
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The structure of a wall was drawn in some receptions. First color spots have been drawn, then by means of the burn tool they have been strengthened at some places. Then very large brush the same tool had been added roughnesses and are washed slightly away. Further I have made of the turned out textural site pattern a brush and on a new layer have drawn places where there should be cracks. In installations of mixing I have blending parameters of rejection of a shadow and mixing on the channel of color and transparensy 3-5%. It has added chaos.
after that layers have been flattened. Again smudge both degradation and alignment of shadows. Well and on smooth places for drawing a successful structure it was used healing brush tool.
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Nearly has not forgotten. For a chain armour I drew a special brush & used laer blending ortions.
And all.
Sorry but my english is bad.http://dimm3d.mail333.com/baron_test/mk_final2.jpg

06-02-2006, 01:32 PM

Thanks very much for this Tutorial! :thumbsup:

Cheers, :)


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