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Jul 26, 2013

How to paint a fox in 6 steps

I'm still flooded by freelance work for some time, but I still managed to put together this little tutorial on my sparetime. Painted this foxy a few months ago, and luckily I saved the steps for this one too!

I made this image at Net Entertainment(my awesome day job), so this image belongs to them.

Hope you find it useful :)

- Andrea


fox painting tutorial photoshop
fox painting tutorial in photoshop


Thank you for looking! :)




12 comments:

  1. Du är så himla grym på ljussättning. Syns redan i den första, grova "skissen" av ljuset. Jag blir så avis, ahhh!

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    1. Naw tack :D Fortfarande inte helt 100, men försöker träna på det hela tiden. Hade jättemkt problem med ljus och skuggor för bara ett år sen, så allt går med övning! Var inte avis :)

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing your process, Andrea!

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    1. You're very welcome!
      Thanks for your kind words, I'm glad you liked it! :)

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  3. Nice tutorial and really clear step if possible I would like to know more about what does the "tweaking the light" means ?

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    1. Thank you, glad you liked it!
      Tweaking the light = adding a mask and start softening/sharpening the edges. Until this point, the light layer has only been roughly blocked out, and I only refine it later on.

      Hope that this made any sense :)

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  4. I'm a big fan of the edges on this one!

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    1. Wow, thank you so much, and thanks for stopping by! :)

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  5. A long time ago in a land far away... when I've been so jealous and start to draw myself, I thought every artist was mean, selfish and arrogant etc.
    Oh my goodnes, how wrong I've been. When I discovered how much knowledge most artists share all around,
    My thoughts have turned by 180 degrees !

    Thank You for spreading Your wisdom that makes painting easier :D

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    1. Thank you for your kind words!

      I somehow recognize what you mean. When I started out I was a bit intimidated by all the awesome artists out there, and I always thought that they would be too busy to share or reply to you, if you sent them a message. Now that I've met so many likeminded artists out there, you realize how humble and caring everyone is :)

      I'll continue to give back and share as much as I can. So glad you enjoyed so fa, and don't hesitate to ask me anything!

      - Andrea

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