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2D All the way! / Texturing skin in phoroshop ?

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Demon Air 3D
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Posted: 17th Mar 2009 22:16 Edited at: 17th Mar 2009 22:17
Well ive been able to texture anything really, exept organic stuff like skin =/
is there any good skin texturing turorials or techniques around for photoshop as this will help with my character modeling and uv mapping.

-thanks alot

EDIT: Could a mod please change the title to ' texturing skin in photoshop' Thanks



Zergei
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Posted: 19th Mar 2009 01:21
This tutorial might help you get proper skin color and tones.

http://cypherx.deviantart.com/art/Skintone-Tut-longest-ever-34222893

Further on my stuff at...
TurboSquid.com
The3dStudio.com
Kevin Picone
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Demon Air 3D
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Posted: 19th Mar 2009 18:15
Thanks peeps !



Alucard94
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Posted: 20th Mar 2009 15:09
Skin is actually really simple, just choose a base pale pink'ish color and use that as a base, then just grab a darker soft airbrush and simply paint in the shading with that. After that all you need to do is do some highlights with a brighter soft airbrush and you're done!


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Demon Air 3D
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Posted: 22nd Mar 2009 14:07
Thanks ! : D



Alucard94
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Posted: 22nd Mar 2009 21:24
The way I tend to do it is first I just block things in with a fully soft airbrush and then when I have all of that in I go in with a hard one and define the shadows in there to smooth everything up, works just fine for me.


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Demon Air 3D
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Posted: 25th Mar 2009 20:17
Thanks matey

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