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B/w color^_^

Discussion in 'Art Lounge' started by ichinii30, Nov 10, 2005.

  1. ichinii30 Member

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    No one seems to like my style at gfx, though it could be that I just don't have one.



    I couldn't get the grafiti to look grafitiish. C&C, and anyone know a tutorial on grafiti?

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    The image was in color and good quality before I did this
     
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  2. NeophyteNihilist Not actually a Nihilist

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    Try making the grafitti its own layer and giving it a melting effect (if you haven't already).
     
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    Hm, still looks 'pasted' on the picture. Try blending it in with the picture.
     
  5. blacklusterseph004 ah, made you look ...

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    Firstly, I think you need to use a way smaller brush. If someone had actually painted that on, the thickness would have been much less, and the opaque parts at the brush edges wouldn't overlap the structure like that. The blending could maybe be messed with a bit more so that the texture of the surface comes through.
     
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