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Preparations-tutorial by AlexRuizArt Preparations-tutorial by AlexRuizArt
Here's how I did this one....obviously just the basics, but these are the major steps I took on this one. I borrow ideas from Ryan Church and Sparth, so if those guys interest you, check 'em out!:)
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FirenzeLotus22 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
So you always start out in B&W, then add layers with tints/colors?
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MishaART Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, Ryan Church is The God of Corel Painter :)
At least for me :)

Btw great tut!
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krigl Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2009
Thanks for sharing! Very nice tute, great pic :)
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Mick2006 Featured By Owner May 24, 2009   Digital Artist
Brilliant tutorial keep em comin
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SubDude Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
cool tutorial, thanks for sharing. Your work rocks!!!
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AlexRuizArt Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
thanks amigo!:)
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surfer-girl Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2007
ok nevermind that.. DA stuffed up, theres comments lol
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surfer-girl Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2007
wow no comments....
im a fan of Sparth's work, and i like seeing step-by-step processes, especially for detailed environmental concept works, it helps me learn a little more on the topic
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jaywalkerprodigy Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007
On the left background, how did you get those long strokes? Was it with the regular brush?
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AlexRuizArt Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
yeah, I think I used a basic brush for those.....but the main technique there is to use your arm to make long strokes.....it's a little tricky at first, but practice makes perfect!:)
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