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Post#246 by gnerd » 28 Sep 2017, 13:14


When there's to much weighing on the mind focusing on a project seems to help. Thank you Eddie for another wonderful tutorial.
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Post#247 by dinasset » 28 Sep 2017, 21:08


gnerd wrote:
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When there's to much weighing on the mind focusing on a project seems to help. Thank you Eddie for another wonderful tutorial.
Nice overall look, but analyse better your "painting": shadows are wrong.
If you do not detect this fact easily, place 2 tomatos on your table and look deeply.
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Post#248 by gnerd » 28 Sep 2017, 21:27


Ah, I did not pay enough attention, thank you dinasset for pointing it out. I was just duplicating and moving the actual tomatoes without paying attention to shadows. I just finished another hopefully with better shadow placement. Oh my I almost forgot to give credit to Conbagui, thank you for 2 tutorials this time!! Wonderful, I have learned a few new things the last few tutorials :learned_something: . Thank you my friend!
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Post#249 by dinasset » 28 Sep 2017, 21:42


gnerd wrote:
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Ah, I did not pay enough attention, thank you dinasset for pointing it out. I was just duplicating and moving the actual tomatoes without paying attention to shadows. I just finished another hopefully with better shadow placement.
Sorry, still wrong: do what I suggested to you in my previous message, reality should be the master.
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Post#250 by dinasset » 28 Sep 2017, 21:47


Have a look, just as an example.
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Post#251 by gnerd » 28 Sep 2017, 21:50


Yes that's true, still have much to learn, I appreciate your suggestions and helpful advice, I welcome the chance to learn from my mistakes. That is how we improve so again thank you dinasset. I just saw the photo of the peaches, I understand more what you are saying now, thank you.
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Post#252 by RJKD » 29 Sep 2017, 04:37


Shadows, shadows, I'm going through a learning curve with them. You may wish to exclude shadows from the tutorial and make a drop shadow, remember you can move/manipulate the final shadow to suit your target. Also if you wish you could manipulate a selection, fill, play with opacity. It's all part of the fun.
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