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post Feb 6 2013, 02:39 AM
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So I have next to no experience in painting people whatsoever, so any tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated. For the most part I do space/celestial art so this is far out of my normal range here.

I'm basing this off a photo of mine from Facebook and making up the outfit and hair as I go.

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Most of the rest of the layout is blue sketched, but I don't like the uniform idea so well and I'll probably deviate from it fairly quickly.

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post Mar 6 2013, 02:59 PM
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Thats a cool pose and I like the futuristic looking jacket=) In my opinion the rendering is a little bit rough in some parts. For tips or tricks I would highly recommend you to check out this: it was a huge help for me. There are also some tutorials on painting people on the site.


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