MODERN MASTERS: Digital Anatomy Painting (Photoshop) Tutorial By Nebezial

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Old 07 July 2005   #46
Christ... I can't remember the last time I've learned so much from a CG tutorial till reading yours just now.
Can't wait to read more, nebezial.
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Old 07 July 2005   #47
Awesome stuff, straight to the point. Thank you so much!
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Old 07 July 2005   #48
Sweet!:)

LOVING IT!!! LOVING IT!!! THANKs for sharing!!!
 
Old 07 July 2005   #49
Great tut neb. I see your coloring is a lot simpler then i thought! You just a have a good sense of color.
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Old 07 July 2005   #50
Absolute class in this thread, commendable job! Congratulations
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Old 07 July 2005   #51
Great tutorial! We all love you

I think Artistic Anatomy and Figurative Art should be a sub-forum ofArt Techniques and Theories Forum.
 
Old 07 July 2005   #52
nebezzz........Give u a buddy Huggie here! U KEEP UR PROMISES HERE!.

Amazing tutorial! I neva expect of Global illumination is a technique to cast on our painting objects to looks more "ALIVE"...Now i understand this term more deeply. And the light source is so far the simplest & short-cut for beginner.

Question: the Grey painting will be Keep under layer, rite? then Another COlor brush will be happen above Grey painting Layer, correct? I saw ur words. I just need double confirm.

Btw, i got confusion in "Geometry on motif". Do u haf a common explanation method for noobs?
Ok, Let me save down & read a few times more. Lotsa New Art definition i neva come across.

DArn appreciate ur personal precious techniques here. This is by far the best tutorial wif simple english for ppl like me. THANX MAN...

commodore: U make sense wif dat...Forum-merging. Easier for us to browse inside the sub-forum better than go back the Main page.

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Old 07 July 2005   #53
hey nez.

its been some times since i stopped by here but i must say this is a great tutorial of those whom are new to lighting and shadows. you have out done yourself yet again
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Old 07 July 2005   #54
great stuff, helps me a LOT!!

and pls moderators, keep the thread clean and stop debatting where to put this. geez!
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Old 07 July 2005   #55
some excellent stuff there, nebz, I didn't know the smudge tool got
some of the brush settings available ,thanks!

u doin a really good job here dude



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Old 07 July 2005   #56
Originally Posted by Squibbit: some excellent stuff there, nebz, I didn't know the smudge tool got
some of the brush settings available ,thanks!

u doin a really good job here dude



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All these years, i came across a few painting tutorial strongly dun suggest to use Smudge as a paint tool.

But u change my view on this , nebez. U knw How great ur tutorial is goin to Up sales the Wacom tablet soon ...haha..
now i am goin to check which model to go, I like intuous 3(The shortcut buttons can makes some pretty moves!). Does it matter to buy Graphire tablet ? Too many expenses these days.
 
Old 07 July 2005   #57
Nebezial:Hey, thanks very much for this tutorial. I just... Don't know this thing - when you make a grayscale picture and... when it's ready - what do you do than - colorize it? I have never used a grayscale, because I have never known how.

And I am not sure that I understand that what you said about smudge tool, could you make some examples please?

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Old 07 July 2005   #58
Bloody brilliant, and that's a friggin understatement.
Can't wait to see the other 50 :grin:
 
Old 07 July 2005   #59
1 word : excellent ^^


Thx for all

cya ~~ le coYote
 
Old 07 July 2005   #60
Humble thanks Nebezial
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