Hi there! Well I’ve got to increase my skills and up my game yet again. And this time it’s going to be more in the realm of 2D and Photoshop than in Poser itself. I’ve recently begun to purchase tutorials by a merchant at Renderosity named Sveva. I really like their work, it reminds me of Darthhell’s, how it often looks like a painting by hand rather than computer art.
Hopefully, by following these tutorials, I can learn some new skills to start equaling the work of those I admire. On that note, I wanted to invite y’all to watch me on Tuesdays. Imma call ’em Tutorial Tuesdays! And stream while I’m doing them.
Wanna come watch? I’d love that! Bring da bass!
DireLilith @ Picarto.tv
This Tuesday – Sveva’s Blending Tutorial!
The First Official Tutorial by Sveva…
This 45 Page Tutorial brings you everything you need to blend your character into a pre-made scene!
45 Page Tutorial in both .PDF & .DOC Formats
24 Brushes for Painting, (10 Dynamic Grass Brushes!)
02 Backgrounds 2400×3000 300 DPI
01 Matching Light Set for the Mushroom Background
01 Layered File with my very own work to compare to!
(The brushes will work in PS7 if you use the free program ABRMate to convert them)
All the steps I take to blend in my characters are in these 45 pages! Read through my steps as I take you from render to finished artwork! You will learn techniques on fixing hair poke through, and even elaborating on hair style, painting grass, blending in those feet, and painting your very own shadows…
I have been in the digital arts field for almost 10 years, with 2 years of formal traditional art training. By popular demand I have taken the time to write this tutorial to help out other fellow artists from the very new, to the seasoned hobbyist and everything in between.
Grab your mouse or pen, its time to get started!
**Please Note** for MAC Users:
When using OpenGL hardware in Poser when you import a background the background may not appear in the preview window, but it will render, however, this makes setting up your scene difficult because of placement for your character, you should switch to software mode to set up your scene