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For the rest I’ll just add colors to the Mixer Palette as required during the course of my painting. com page 50 Issue 052 April 2010 Painting Fantasy Medieval Scenes Chapter 4: Excalibur Painter for this point on. I like to alternate, on a piece-by-piece basis, between ArtRage and Painter for color work because both have their strengths. I find ArtRage is by far the most authentic tool for emulating natural oil media whereas Painter is quicker and more forgiving for oil work, and allows greater control over small detail.
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16) Step 17 – Back to the sword I decide to make the sword’s handle look like it’s forged from gold, with emerald inserts. A very unwise choice for a sword handle, being about as appropriate as clay or balsa wood, but as this is fantasy we’re allowed a little leeway. 17) Step 18 – The finishing touches Using very light pressure on one of the default blenders I dab at the rough areas around Arthur’s face and hands, so that the skin looks soft rather than scaly. I then move around the whole of the image and tidy up any loose ends I find.
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