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Mebukijika Process, With Brushes by hellcorpceo Mebukijika Process, With Brushes by hellcorpceo
THE CLOSEST IíLL EVER GET TO A TUTORIAL

Here are the brushes I used:

Basics: [link]

Textures: [link]

Chalky: [link]

Go forth and make art!
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:iconskaramoosh:
This is a short but very informative tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
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:iconskylisketches:
This has saved my bacon SO many times. This is one of my "go to"s when I'm stuck. :worship:
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hellcorpceo May 27, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Aaah, I'm so glad!!
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Falcolf Apr 4, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Very intriguing tutorial, I may have to try this! :D
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ElysianImagery Apr 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
For the basic colors layer that goes over the value.... How do you do that >.> It's the one thing I'm having trouble with figuring out
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Ximbal Feb 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
really.. tanks
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:iconsurlyqueen:
Thanks for this tutorial ^_^
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:iconmachinesbleedtoo:
MachinesBleedToo Feb 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
It's cool to see how people do things, gosh you use SO MANY LAYERS.
It's rare to find people who know wtf they're doing with the layer options too, or to find people that know they're even there.

Thanks for the link to the brush sets also I really need to stop being stubborn and start using them fffthhhagsdgsgsg
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LimeGreenBunny Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I haven't used the color setting...is it different from multiply? It's a good tutorial by the way :)
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MachinesBleedToo Feb 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Multiply darkens more than colour does- they're interchangeable for this painting style I think, depends what effect you want. Though I find multiply colouring over greyscale kind of kills the detail a lot and makes for more work when doing highlights later.

Just my 2 cents. :meow:
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