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    What's amazing about that guy is that he always change his brush size...

    I think I'll go watch this for atleast 10 times to get what his doing...

    Anyways thanks!

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    He's changing his brush size by using the brackets, and then of course, you got pressure input. Really not that hard, what's hard is getting everything in harmony. He has good videos, I'd watch em if you wanna get a nice grasp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunZet View Post
    And check out anything else from this guy.
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    hows he changing color and opacity? .isnt that PS?

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    there's not really a shortcut key on changing opacity and color... I don't think he's changing opacity there,, he probably just got the opacity just about half and never changed it until it's finish.

    kinda got things out... err... right.... I think...

    what do you guys think?

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    what brush did he use?

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    nice =) .cool colors=)

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    Umm....
    Whenever i draw those i always start with those objects which are dark. Sometimes i even don't get where to start (thats a pain )
    even if i spend 3-4hrs still i don't get it right. Is there any specific region of where to start first , if i try to draw that forest that RAM posted .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tagYURIT View Post
    what brush did he use?
    just an ordinary one with just about middle in hardness and just changing size and changing shape(don't know what shape though)

    Quote Originally Posted by trilokcool3 View Post
    Umm....
    Whenever i draw those i always start with those objects which are dark. Sometimes i even don't get where to start (thats a pain )
    even if i spend 3-4hrs still i don't get it right. Is there any specific region of where to start first , if i try to draw that forest that RAM posted .
    I started with the grounds and the mountain then the last one is the trees... just start with what's further..

    That aside why am I the one teaching now? O_0 how did it come to this?

    Gunzet if your reading this Where do you put your fingers(left hand fingers) when sketching something like that? I had trouble to choose whether I should just have my finger on ctrl+z or just brackets all the time.

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