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At the Beach by ReneAigner At the Beach by ReneAigner
A rough speedpainting I did yesterday. The anatomy of the figure is a bit wonky, I was mainly going for the mood.
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SilverVulpine Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Splendid work! :)
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XxBlueOwlxX Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012
this is perfect.
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lauraperalta Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012
Same as @samverdegaal =) would love to know too, it looks realistic.
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ReneAigner Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012
hi,
it's relatively easy; on top of the layer with the painting there's aother layer. On that layer you paint the "brushstrokes" which in this case are just three or four straight strokes close to each other (you then take that one "broshstroke" and copy and paste it all over the layer/painting, otherwise you'd have tro spend hours just drawing in those lines). Via layer options you get PS to have those strokes cast a shadow so they look threedimensional (sorry, my PS isn't english so I can't give you the specific name, if you're used to PS you'll know what I'm talking about- guess it's called "cast shadows"). Next, you change the layer option to "overlay" and reduce the opacity as required. This will give you that threedimensional feel to the strokes. The trick is having the strokes follow the actual forms/strokes in the painting so it looks natural. I think I slightly overdid it in this piece though.
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lauraperalta Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012
oh!! nice explanation =). in what language do you have your ps? gonna write this down and try it in the next one. thank you very much for answering.
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SamVerdegaal Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
how (and with what brush) did you make the canvas-feel of the painting? it gives it a nice texture:)
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ReneAigner Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012
hi,
it's relatively easy; on top of the layer with the painting there's aother layer. On that layer you paint the "brushstrokes" which in this case are just three or four straight strokes close to each other (you then take that one "broshstroke" and copy and paste it all over the layer/painting, otherwise you'd have tro spend hours just drawing in those lines). Via layer options you get PS to have those strokes cast a shadow so they look threedimensional (sorry, my PS isn't english so I can't give you the specific name, if you're used to PS you'll know what I'm talking about- guess it's called "cast shadows"). Next, you change the layer option to "overlay" and reduce the opacity as required. This will give you that threedimensional feel to the strokes. The trick is having the strokes follow the actual forms/strokes in the painting so it looks natural. I think I slightly overdid it in this piece though.
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SamVerdegaal Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Got it, thanks:)
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tlclark Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Great color and texture. Fantastic.
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orribu Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Those clouds are so beauts-- this whole image is just captivating actually. ;u; <3
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