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    nice job. just wondering though why did you not use subtools to create all the accessories. (helmet,straps,horns,etc)

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    amazing job man! wainting for "The seasons" dudes come out =P

    guys, as he said, he´ve done that for a 3dt speed sculpt, he wasnt allowed to use subtools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaycephus
    I think for only pencil/inking, MS 3 Debut at only $50 is possibly the better choice, but you will have to use the demo, or take advantage of their 30-day money-back guarantee to verify that. One huge downside for Debut is that it only exports PSD on the Mac, and then not layered PSD. .
    Excuse me, but what is MS you are talking about? Abbreviations make the post kind of unreadable.
    Good work, by the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdee
    Excuse me, but what is MS you are talking about? Abbreviations make the post kind of unreadable.
    Good work, by the way
    MS = Manga Studio http://graphics.smithmicro.com/go/mangastudio

    We were using the term "Manga Studio" instead of just MS earlier on in the discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJX
    MS = Manga Studio http://graphics.smithmicro.com/go/mangastudio

    We were using the term "Manga Studio" instead of just MS earlier on in the discussion.
    Thank you! I am probably little bit blind at 2 am

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    Hey guys, thanks for your comments.

    This is the first time I'm doing a painted master copy, and it's harder than I though. It's not finished yet, it lacks more work on hair ad clothes. Suggestions and crits are welcome. No Zbrush this time, it's Painter.

    Daisies_copy.jpg

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    when using painter u should check out the cloner brush it picks the colours of ur background reference automatically and u can focus on getting the lines and the style right its a great tool!

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    Hey Disco, thanks for your comment. But the main goal of my thread is improve my skills on painting and modeling. If I use the cloner tools of Painter, where's the improvement? It's intentional make things the way I'm doing.

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    Here's a concept I'm doing for a comp on 3dtotal. It's Logan as an X-Butcher

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    Last edited by jramauri; 05-13-08 at 09:15 AM.

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    Here's the final piece of master copy.

    Daisies_copy1.jpg

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    Very nice, I like the Logan & the girl.
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    There goes one more step of Jana's WIP. It lacks details on boot, mechanical arm and other parts.

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    Great work! Manga Studio is great for line work, for colors it takes some getting used too - and I work for Smith Micro, so I know. I'm a big Manga Studio EX fan and Debut, while lacking a few of EX's features, is a great tool.

    Your painted work is great, love it. You're models are cool too, especially the orc - that was a tough challenge.

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    Finally got Artrage 2, and I don't think I will ever draw anything on paper ever again!!

    Thanks again for recommending it.

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    Ipm so looking foward for more updates!!!

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