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SDJ the Tour Steps by TitusLunter SDJ the Tour Steps by TitusLunter
So im trying to record steps of each SDJ I do.
Here's todays one on 'The Tour'

Not really too happy with the finished colors but time had run out so no more tweaking time. Good practice as always =)
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JayceJvR1992 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Student Digital Artist
It is really cool yo see your progress in the step by step piece :) its really cool to see how you can start from complete chaos and turn in into an amazing artwork.
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
well for more in depth progress you can check out my livestream here: www.livestream.com/u2644
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Sahdirah Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2011   Digital Artist
How many hours did this take?
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
the original painting took me about an hour or 90 minutes max.
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Sahdirah Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2011   Digital Artist
Thanks, that`s useful to know. :)
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shinkikikaikai Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
u love this ;_; how can you be so good lol
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duxfox Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
great stuff man, keep it up, im currently practicing concept arts and speedpaints but i have a question. i see how you do the messy environment at the beginning, but how do you add things that have concrete borders such as the stripes on the road, they have to be exactly straight, how do you get that clear-cut line, and the lamp posts too?
i appreciate your help
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Like I said in the other comment which I read before this one xD : Polygonal lasso tool is your friend for sharp edges.
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SidewalkJon Featured By Owner May 10, 2011  Student General Artist
The colours aren't too bad - reminds me of a comic book. A well drawn comic book. Can I ask why (and I've seen lots of speedpainters do this) you flip the image sometimes? Is it because you draw lines better in one direction than another (which seems plausible)?
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TitusLunter Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Nope, it's to keep a fresh eye / perspective on things. It helps you see mistakes you didnt see before. Using the Rotate tool I also flip it upside down etc. It's just a 'refreshing of the eye' kind of thing ^^

oh, and sometimes it just looks cooler the other way around.
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