FRENCH VERSION COMING SOON
Just for the record, this tutorial has already been online for two years.
Updated version now includes :
- tips about blending,
- a detailed schema about facial proportions,
- screenshots of the tools used and tips about these tools
- I fixed some typos.
About blending : NO, there's no specific tool used, I just used the paintbrush as mentionned clearly in the tutorial.
Pretty please guys, READ the tutorial before asking.
I've already received 4 notes about blending yesterday some seconds right after I reposed the tutorial, I know that part was somehow missing in the previous tutorial since I had not explained it in a very detailed way with painted examples (I thought that was clear enough but it apparently wasn't) but it's now fully explained.
I won't reply to any question about things already explained here unless someone has got real trouble figuring them out as I've got way too many other things to do so please read the tut carefully
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Please take a look at it, there is a huge closeup showing all details on the skin, fan and hair!!!
I've used Photoshop CS3 to paint this, you can download a free trial version on Adobe's website if you don't have it yet! Older versions will work too of course. I'm not sure you can find the Liquify tool in versions older than Photoshop CS though....
Original painting resolution : 9000 x 6714px, 300 dpi. No need to paint such a big image though... I just wanted to be able to print it on a very large size
I would appreciate if you fav/credit it if you found it useful so it can reach more people. Thank you! I'd love to see what you can do with it, so don't hesitate to link me your creations, I'll take a look at them
You may translate it to share it if you want but PLEASE don't change it adding or removing things. Translation must be as accurate as possible to avoid things being hard to understand for the reader. THANK YOU
İDiane Özdamar - 2008/2010
Not for commercial use.
I'm watching it !
Very kind on your part sharing Such a wonderful tutorial!!
i´d like to download your tutorial however don´t know
how to save it after clicking the download button? Please excuse my the ignorance...
Thank you so much
I can imagine it was a large investment of time to create the tutorial materials, but it's really appreciated!
Wacom intuos 3A4
12 hours approximately
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