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Old 04-05-2006, 02:33 AM   #1
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Cool TUTORIAL - Texture Tips in Digital Painting (Photoshop) - by zhuzhu

someone has posted tutorials idea before,want know how to get texture effects in digital,so here is.not really full Tutorials,but tips.

TIPS 1:

use some texture brush, Photoshop's default brush library has some very nice choice.




in brush cortrol, you also can overlay patteren as brush's texture.




for example:

 
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TIPS 2:

why start with a white canvas? overpaint maybe will help a lot. start with a texture image,you can get it from web or DC or scaned. add a new layer on the top and start painting. another way is use some old painting, roate it, and do overpaint, learn from Craig Mullins.

 
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TIPS 3:

scan texture effects from paper.




select something,drag as new layer.try layer blend mode.


 
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Awesome, zhuzhu, thanks for these tips!
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Thankyou so much, this was just what I wanted. I will try this out in my tommorows 15 minute skethathon.
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Old 04-05-2006, 07:56 AM   #6
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Great tips Zhuzhu, your on fire with tutorials
There is a small texture tutorial on Sparth's site (www.sparth.com) it may be worth checking out
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Old 04-05-2006, 07:33 PM   #7
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Thanks very much for these, I've been wondering how to make my digital lines more vivid, now I'll try these brushes for that!
 
Old 05-18-2006, 12:55 PM   #8
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Hi there, great tutorial...and I really like painting of the face [which looks a lot like Keanu Reeves?]

Anyway...just wondering if you could/would do a tutorial on painting a face like that...it has great dynamics to it, and love the flow of the brush strokes.

I would find it very helpful to see a process where you painted a similar kind of digital painting.

Thanks
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This tips seem to be just the basic step to what you can do with the above named features. I see alot of artists use photo reference for almost all their textures. Nice job and thanks for opening the possibilities up. Gonna be working with the computer more soon so i need all the help I can get!
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Thanks a lot for this, very kind of you.
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