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Rainy Afternoon Tutorial by ZaftigBunnyPress Rainy Afternoon Tutorial by ZaftigBunnyPress
A lot of folks often ask me about my process or how I draw. I hope this answers some questions
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MRPUFFYDRAGON Featured By Owner May 13, 2013
I did enjoy your class of how to draw It will help me alot Thanks!
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Red-alert1 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Student Digital Artist
you know...
you inspire me, you really inspire me
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ZaftigBunnyPress Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you. :)
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Legendary41 Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
Wow, I can't believe it takes all that time to do such pictures! Though I'm sure it would be more awesome for there to be one of those speed painting pics to really see the magic happen and get more of the idea down.
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BlackDream-SJM Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
genius!
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ChaloDillo Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
It's always great to see the process of how art is made.
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qwertypictures Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fantastic - very in-depth and technical every step of the way :)

Still love the final product, though. Seems as if Penny's tail has grown a lot since her first deviation here :D
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Seritaph Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011
Huh, never considered the challenge of balancing overall color levels to get the effects desired. Your point on 'not making the scene underwater' is a good one with rain.

I find the differences in the inked face vs. the penciled face rather interesting. That might just be to seeing it on a smaller scale, however.
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lostboy12 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011
just keep up the good work man!
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Joetheone Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
just what I needed
thx :)
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TsawlaEltuTsamsiyu Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Student General Artist
Wow. I can't wait until I get my Cintiq 12WX!
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Chelo-kun Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Ditto.
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MistressAdaira Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is great! It's really neat to see your process. :)
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dullboy Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011
I always appreciate it when artists who have talent shares their project workflow tips with visual examples. Thank you for sharing!
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havent-slept Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice tutorial
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Aura-Moon Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Student Digital Artist
This is a fantastic breakdown on the creative process, it's not complicated or uses jargon that many people wouldn't understand on a first read. It's also great how you explain your methods because they work for you :heart: Pretty sure these can be applied to other digital software tools too primarily PaintToolSai.
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ZaftigBunnyPress Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you for that. Yeah, I never got the point of tutorialls or instructions where the person reading had to stop, go to wikipedia, find out what something meant, go back, loose your place, and end up more confused then when they started.
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ozwick Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks! This was fun and instructive to read. I love knowing the process of how a drawing comes into being. Seeing how you plan the lighting was particularly useful -- mostly I don't attempt shading since I don't know what to do with it.

Not having Photoshop, I do wonder what the "dynamics" setting does to the brush strokes, and whether that's configurable in other programs. That's beyond the scope of your tutorial, of course.
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ZaftigBunnyPress Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
In Photoshop, you can do all sorts of crazy things with your brushes. Heck, I've had it for years and I'm still learning stuff. The Dynamics button transforms your brush from being a static, one thickness brush to a flowing juicy line whose thickness changes with pen pressure. Imagine a sharpie marker's line vs. a brush.
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ozwick Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Ah, pen-pressure adjustment: I've got that. Probably could use some fine-tuning (either the tablet or my hand!). Thanks.
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