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Abandoned II by the-merriest Abandoned II by the-merriest
Im really proud of this :heart:, took me over 10 hours to do.
I used a LOT of textures and I liked doing the rain.

A comment would be great thanks. :star:

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Lineart ©: [link]
Art ©: :iconblackfrz:

Overall piece texture: [link]
Cloak texture: [link]
Building wood texture: [link]
Door wood texture: [link]
Rock texture: [link]
Window texture: [link]
Cracked glass texture: [link] by :iconkornkidsamstock:
Floor texture: [link]

Pose ref: [link]
Victorian street ref: [link]
Rain tutorials: [link]§ion=&global=1&q=rain+tutorial#/d43wiw
[link]§ion=&global=1&q=rain+tutorial#/d28c332
[link]§ion=&global=1&q=rain+tutorial#/daybrk
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DemonOfSarila Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very dark and cold looking picture (which I think is what you were aiming for). The rain we see falling is good, and the 'glow' around him from the water hitting him is a nice touch.
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:iconthe-merriest:
the-merriest Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Cheeers for the comment. I named the shop in the background a toyshop next to the abandoned kid on the streets. Its like the jealousy thing when its really hot and you see someone eating a refreshing white ice cream and you really want one! lol
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KomplexDelyrium Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I actually really like this =] I'm reminded a little of one of my guys.
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:iconritzueli:
Ritzueli Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Texture spam~ :heart:
I can't use much texture to save my life |D
And I like the Victorian setting o3o
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:iconthe-merriest:
the-merriest Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thankies, :D After reading Jane Austen and Christina Rossetti, I became of victorian stuff. :) I like the snobbish rich victorian way of speaking, haha :)
Texturing is okay, you just need to find a good texture, copy and paste it into your picture, make sure its the right size and mask it onto the area you want to go on. After that you set the layer type to overlay and experiement with the opacity to make it less/more visible,hope that helps? :)
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:iconritzueli:
Ritzueli Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Victorian clothing are awesome :heart: Elizabethan and Tudor ain't too bad, but I'm not too fond of those frills :iconwthplz:
ugh...I can't stand masking x__x it's always been a mystery to me when I first started cging xD I tend to avoid it
Layer clipping will work the same way....right? ^^; (That's how I typically try it anyways xD)
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the-merriest Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Layer clipping, I think so= yes.
I never draw masks, lol, though sometimes I draw one eye and cover the other eye with shadow. I think its kinda cool but sometimes its cause I have problems making them perfectly symetrical! haha
I think its funny how you cross things out :D

Yes, I love old clothing, i think little kids look sweet in it because sometimes they wear smart clothes hehe :)
Even working class children look kinda smart

PS: I just realised after writing this how blonde i am. Ofcourse you were talking about CG maskingHAHAH! *feels like a fool* :fork:
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KornKidSamStock Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011
Thanks for using my stock :) Lovely painting style
But please see my stock rules here
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:iconthe-merriest:
the-merriest Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Yeah sure, I'l credit you with your username with the link,
I used about 10 stocks for this, let me know which stock it is and I'l credit you beside the link to your stock. k thanks :)
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KornKidSamStock Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011
Thank you very much :) it was the broken glass one
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