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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    latest drawing I made (with several steps in one post to avoid the clutter)

    1- line art
    Drawing in Photoshop-cv1.jpg



    2- colors
    Drawing in Photoshop-cv2.jpg



    3- colors n detail
    Drawing in Photoshop-cv6.jpg



    4- Lady in red
    Drawing in Photoshop-cv5.jpg



    5- detail2
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    6- final
    Drawing in Photoshop-concentrated-versio11-recovered-lips.jpg

    I WANT TO DRAW MORE!!!
    SOMEONE GIVE ME IDEAS!!!!!!!! (I have a few but I was wondering what ideas you guys had)
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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    Very nice image, and a very nice walk through - well done.

    How about doing something other than a female model - something like a dinosaur roaring or a multi coloured parrot or something, you did ask.
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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    The color really brought her to life, so well done! I especially like the way you did her hair.

    You should do a reptile next! A snake or lizard or some other scaly animal.


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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Kekuchi View Post
    Hey y'all! I hope that drawing in ps comes under gfx design. I love photoshop, and the ability to draw with it has opened up new doors for me with regards to digital painting and gfx design. I've been drawing and using PS for about a month now, the more I use it the less I am able to move away from it . I wanted to post here over time to get an idea of what the gurus think of my amateur works and quirks :

    So this is me
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    and its one of my first ps play-arounds
    Dear this one is best paint.I think photoshop is one of best software for design,painting and drawing also.Just need to guide some one at beginning.Update photoshop version added some more new features that's help to doing more design work.

    lovely Art. Signs ft lauderdale
    Last edited by massy; 01-10-2013 at 11:30 PM.

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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    that looks awesome!

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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    Very nice walkthrough.. good going

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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    That is truly good work Kekuchi! Keep it up.

    I have an idea. Go to Challenge 7. Make your entry and then turn it into a drawing.
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    Re: Drawing in Photoshop

    wow,picture beatiful

 

 

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