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Bree Fry by CrescentDebris Bree Fry by CrescentDebris
Reference Photo by :iconkayleighjune: used with permission.
Model: Bree Fry
Original Photo: [link]

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Done in Gimp
Round brush, no color samples or anything. Just me and the Wacom Tablet for 4 - 4 hours.

Time-Lapse Video:[link]
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Deathrebellion Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012  Student General Artist
Beautiful :iconiloveitplz: i saw the time lapse , blew my mind lol , i'm new to Digital art and whats bugging me is HOW DO YOU BLEND LIKE THAT!?? :XD: i asked other people and they said use a bigger soft brush :| but in you're time lapse i barely even saw you use a huge brush :| anyway brilliant work :clap: :D
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CrescentDebris Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012
Thank you! All I really use is the default round paintbrush and smudge. On occasion I'll move the slider a bit to make a softer brush but mostly it's just a matter of having the pen set to Opacity and controlling the pressure with the pen. I use the eyedropper tool quite a bit and then I use the Smudge tool. That's probably when it really blends together nicely.
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Deathrebellion Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks for the pro tip :XD: will try , keep up the great work :D
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TheShock Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
good job on fleshtones. but the hair seems to be a bit not so fluid melting with the background. eyes ,nose and mouth, very good. i like it
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CrescentDebris Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012
The hair was never my focus. But I'm glad you said something because I uploaded the wrong version. It actually means it all melts into the background but it was supposed to be soft and out of focus. The one I uploaded still had some sharp details which wasn't the point and made the soft section look out of place. Thanks for the critique though. Much appreciated.
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kevlar51 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2012
Stellar!
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CrescentDebris Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2012
=D Thanks!
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