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SDJ - Eye of the Tiger Steps by TitusLunter SDJ - Eye of the Tiger Steps by TitusLunter
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60 minute speedpaint in photoshop with moderate use of custom brushes. If you have questions just ask em here so everyone can see and I can reply to them =)
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amoceri84 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013
Would you mind offering your brushes for download?
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EGaidulis Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Good tut!
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liyox16 Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
hmmmm, how about your color experience, do you need a lot of knowledge of colors theory to make this?
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I guess so? It's just practice really. I mainly use a ton of Hue/Saturation and Color Balance layers until I get the colors I like - masking bits off as I go
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liyox16 Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
bwhahahahahha, old always-useful trick!!! xD!!!!

thank you !
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FelipeRuby Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Okay, I have one question: How can I customize these brushes? Can you give a link with best configs, or something like this? ^^ Thank you [sorry about my english]
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Customizing has no real 'quick fix' its pure a personal preference thing. So what I recommend is going into the brush settings and just play around with everything until the brush gives you a nice feel / result. So; I differ between brushes with pen pressure and no pressure and things like flow, dual brush, texture etc. When I find something that works, I use it - if not, I keep experimenting
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FelipeRuby Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Oh =o I thought it was a standard metod =x used by Digital Painters... thank you for the hints
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DBlac Featured By Owner May 7, 2011  Student Digital Artist
can you please tell me what brushes you use in this process? I would be very grateful! Beautiful work by the way, i really love the power you give your pieces
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 7, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Most of it is done with the default chalk brush from the Dry Media Brushes pack that comes with photoshop. You can load it by going to the brush menu and pressing the little arrow in the top right corner, in the drop down box there are some brush packs, the dry media one is one of them. Then I use the standard size 40 size chalk brush. It's a tricky one to work with but I really love it.
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DBlac Featured By Owner May 7, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you very much, i appreciate it! Ill see how i can apply these step by step tutorials of yours, as theyre really quite informational and inspirational!
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 7, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
cheer mate =)
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Max306 Featured By Owner May 2, 2011
is your process for speedpainting always the same?
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
pretty much yeah.
Like I said on the other speedpainting, sometimes I replace step one with a destroyed image out of my own painting library; for instance to grab the color or a texture that I got and then go from there. But basically I throw down some paint and start blocking away until I see some shapes that I like. Twisting and flipping the canvas a lot to keep my eyes fresh and even rotating it upside down helps =)
There really isn't a lot to it. Oh one, more thing that's important I guess is that I work on 2800x1100 at 300dpi to get the thumb going; I usually zoom out to about 25% or even 12% so I wont get lost on details. (Feng Zhu in his Design Cinema talks about this a lot and taught me heaps and heaps, I can recommend it to everyone whos reading this and hasn't heard of it, youtube it noaw!)
When I want more detail I rez it up to about 5600x2200 - thumb stays the same but it gives you more room for Noodles - small details and such
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Max306 Featured By Owner May 3, 2011
thanks!!!! just out of curosity, how long has it taken you to get to this level of painting??
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Well I've been painting digital for a while now, couple of years, but I haven't really grasped what it was about until 6 months ago when I started a job as concept artist. So, I dont know, its hard to say really. I've been using this technique with the rough brushes for about.. 2 weeks? 3 weeks? Something like that. So it's a mix I suppose. Years of making aweful stuff and a couple months ago the penny dropped and 3 weeks ago i finally got into a workflow I like with the paint feel that I want.
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z0h3 Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
what kind of custom brushes?
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
the ones in standard packs found on the net which i modified slightly along with a modified default chalk brush.
Basically I used the chalk brush as the main - then a rectangular brush with texture as secondary and then some spatter brushes and round brush to finish it. Once I have better internet I'll upload my chalk brush
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z0h3 Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah that would be nice...
i was actually messing around with my square brush the other day...
but i can't seem to get the chalky feel to it.

But do let me know if you end up uploading your chalk brush
I'd like to see your settings.
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
My chalk brush, or the one I used in this case, is pretty much the one u find in the standard brush pack that comes with PS, I think it's called Dry Medium Brushes if Im not mistaken. Size 40 - that should be the one. It's a little tricky to work with but I like it =)
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amoceri84 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013
Would you mind offering your chalk brush for download? I have messed with the default one for sometime now and I just can't seem to get it right?
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
i can recommend this set: [link]
It's not the one I use but close to it, that should get you in the right direction =)
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