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Tutorial: Lost Adventurer by nJoo Tutorial: Lost Adventurer by nJoo
As I promise a while back~ This is the 2nd tutorial of an illo I did for Dragon Magazine, just to show the general progress for it and not focusing on anything specific this time:) Again, the final image's nothing too interesting, it's a scene about a lost adventurer coming out of a cave in the middle of some Persian desert~

Cee yaw~!

[Photoshop CS2]
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IVbenjamin Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!!! :D
knytcrawlr Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Max-CCCP Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2009
Thanks for the tutorial ;)
Galbinus Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2009
Your tutorials are all very helpful -- at long last an amazing artist unafraid of showing us his humanity. =P :+fav:
nitocris Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Horizontal flip test, hmm.. I must try this!
yiasafrai Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ok how much time do you spend on a picture like this?
i always run outa of time or patience to do it in one day... then by the next day im sprung with a new idea that i have to start right away...
what im left with is a buncha unfinished works and works which started off good but were rushed at the end and look dodgey
nJoo Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
heya, hmm usually i do any work over a period of few days, even simple stuff, my brain seem to always find ways to waste enuff time to spread my work time so that it fits into a few days lol. But it's more like a habit to get use to being patience with your artwork if you want to produce something good, take ur time, challenge yourself i guess heh. Anyways, tahnks for visiting!
stayclearawake Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2007
Hey nJoo, thanks for sharing with us your progression while working! Very helpful tutorial indeed. But I've a question in mind that I wanna ask, if you don't mind. :)

For the linework, how long do you spend normally in cleaning them. And how much do you zoom in to clean them up? Thanks a great bunch!
nJoo Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
This one's kinda easy, I don't clean up the lineart hehe, maybe just brightness and contrast a bit, but since I end up painting over the line, I usually don't bother cleaning the lines :P
stayclearawake Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2007
Oh! I see. But those linework that you have done looks perfectly neat! *Rub eyes* Anyway thanks for answering my question!
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