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character tutorial by dinmoney character tutorial by dinmoney
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whew, making a tutorial is much more difficult than i anticipated...

hope this is more insightful than my previous walkthroughs!
(will probably delete last one)

C&C welcome (=





cs4/ cintiq/ lots of sour patch kids
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:iconmitsukai-inki:
Mitsukai-inki Oct 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
Very good, TKS for this :)
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dinmoney Oct 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Cheers bro!
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Mitsukai-inki Oct 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
:)
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amazing shadows
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Naeran Jan 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow... It looks simple but, I'm sure, for someone not used to it may be quite hard. :)

Anyway, it's always a good help on the way of improvement!
Great work! :clap:
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Balzorg Jan 13, 2012  Hobbyist
lets say i wanna put some colors to the b&w pic i did
how do i do it? draw over it? using blending options?
it would really be helpful if u could explain how to put colours in that finished B&W piece...
btw thanks its really helpful =]
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j-freakz Dec 1, 2011  Student Digital Artist
this is what I was looking for. . . thank you ^ ^
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Thorgriim Nov 24, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice Tutorial
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:iconmartael:
Hm, dunno if I commented on this before or not, but thank you so much for this! Instant fave! This should help when I try and give a go at character designing today!
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MrDeanster Jul 12, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Excellent tutorial. I have to ask, how do you get the materials to look so different and realistic by using greyscale values? I'm trying to get good at concept work in photoshop but most of my efforts at painting stuff so far have resulted in block colours, which is fine, but I really want to try improve at more fundamental things like this. Also, how many layers do you usually find using for stuff like this? Cheers
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