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OUAT Killian Jones by Elocinaqui OUAT Killian Jones by Elocinaqui
for OUAT fans, or Hook fans, lol..
Painted in Corel Painter X, Photoshop Elements, and Paint Tool Sai. Ready for this hiatus to be OVER!
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:iconzukka126:
this does things to me
as A Captain Hook fan i highly approve of this masterpiece.
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:iconujustsquiggled:
This is so cool! i love it!
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ColorMyMemory Apr 16, 2013  Professional General Artist
This is delightful.
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:iconwebbwarrior:
Semms like a Hard round brush with darkness blend mode on with pressure sensivity I never got used to use it efficiently. Good job.
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Elocinaqui Apr 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
With this particular brush, the pointed stump blender, I make sure I have a gouche brush to apply all the colors I want, then I blend them with the blender brush on various sizes depending on what feel I want. YES, the pressure sensitivity is the most important part about using this brush; for example, the more textured feel is from light pressure and the more smooth edges come from more pressure. I used to use a detail blender brush, but it doesn't look as realistic, it's for small stuff, I'm so glad I found this brush, I've only recently been using it. I really like it though.
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:iconwebbwarrior:
İnteresting brush hmm :)
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Elocinaqui Apr 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Primarily a pointed blending stub used in Corel painter
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:iconwebbwarrior:
Uh maybe its time to give a shot to painter :) always use Photoshop.
Thanks for teh reply.
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Elocinaqui Apr 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like photoshop for the dodge and burn tools, as well as layering, I don't care for it as much in corel or sai. That's why I like to use multiple programs to get the desired effect. I do most blending and actual painting in corel, and the touch ups in Photoshop. Corel is definitely if you want to get into the more painty feel of things. I highly recommend it.
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