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Old 12 December 2001   #1
Swordsman

Hello
this is my first post on cgtalk so i thought i would show you my latest photoshop thingy. highlights/shadows are dodge/burn what do you think (I`m aware of the layers creating sharp edges problem and the thin calves) comment is nice

 
Old 12 December 2001   #2
well, the colors are strong, interesting.

be carefull with the proportions ( or its proposital ? cartoon look?)

and that strange contours...
do you use a tablet ?

u could make a flat color base, starting from a scanned
sketch. selecting by areas and saving the selections.
it makes the brush to not exceed the contour.

take a look in the masters of the masters home page :
Craig Mullins.

www.goodbrush.com

he teaches a lot there.
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Old 12 December 2001   #3
hey thanks for the quick respond. yes i was gooing for a kind of advanced cartoon look, well i use a mouse with a conan magazine as mousetablet , guess that says it all
 
Old 12 December 2001   #4
Good, but to bright for me.
 
Old 12 December 2001   #5
whoa, those are some real short shorts he has there
 
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