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Digital painting progress 1 by elfkin Digital painting progress 1 by elfkin
I decided to chart the progress of a digital painting for giggles. This isn't the only way I paint. it's one of several ways I do digital paintings.

The end product isn't really where I would normally stop. It's where I would stop with the character before adding back ground.

But backgrounds are another tutorial all together.
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miserysong Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011
wow !!! its easy shown than done.. ive been trying that for quite some time... still now progress... hope you can give me an advice... hope to really hear from what you can say about my works...coz i really think it needs an experts opinion... tnx mwahhh !!!!!!! i love this so much
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J-Jammer Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2009
if only I could draw I'd appreciate your help. I think it's awesome you did this.
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Lukela Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
I still cannot believe there are really people who are able to do this kind of stuff... talented bunch. Unfair ;-)
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Hooded-Warrior Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh. Looks like a snap^ -.-'

Gyah, your talent is amazing. :meow:
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GreenSprite Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Well, it's good to know :) And similar to what I usually do, but I stop somewhere between steps 4 and 5 (and never get the anatomy so right). What resolution/canvas size do you use? And what screen size? Sorry for being so nosey, I'm just curious about how do these things affect the final image.

Just a tiny nitpick: it's "voila" not "viola". *language nerd*
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elfkin Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009  Professional General Artist
No prob, be nosey! LOL!

My screen resolution varies, and so does it's size and shape. Usually, for something like this I work at 300 dpi on a 7inch by 10 inch canvas. Just a habit I picked up.

Hugs!
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