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  1. #11
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    I updated with the new link for Goros brushes... He moved them, so the link should work again. Thx for brining it to attention, and if you find any other links that dont work, please feel free to send me a PM
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  2. #12
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    Link ''Anrys Gallery - Walkthroughs and Videos on some images '' is broken

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    fixed ... replaced it with anrys devian art site.. seems his own website is down for some reason.. dont know why since the site is languaged in russian ;(

    Anyhow his images and some walkthrough images are in the devian art gallery
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  4. #14
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    you might want to note that those new gimp tuts are all video tutorials
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    done ! also moved one tutorial that got posted below gimp by accident
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  6. #16
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    Awesome just thought it would be more clear that way
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  7. #17
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    you forgot to add a tool, artweaver, artweaver.de

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    Done! it's not been added to the list.. thanks
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  9. #19
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    Good man matey

    ARR ye be supplyin the artist wit a good ting lad. alright enough of that, I have this in favorites and have dropped the link to this thread for several other threds begging aid, good move with the link infested post.
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    What I would like to find are tutorials on the fundamentals of shading to render 'form' in subjects using the tools in Photoshop or Painter.

    I've always been annoyed at myself for not continuing developing my drawing skills over the years - now they are totally atrophied and I want to rectify this.

    I find learning to draw from books and static tutorials very limiting and was wondering if anyone knows of good video tutorials covering basics such as shading techniques using the various tools in digital art software?

    Something simple like drawing primitive shapes like cones, spheres, tubes, cubes etc and then showing how you would shade them according to light source - covering such things as ambient light, specular light, reflected light etc. Far too often I see tutorials that simply gloss over exactly how they achieve specific rendering effects related to shading.

    I thought I would find what I wanted in some Gnomon digital art DVDs but they all appear to simply focus on the author's over-arching workflow and mindset rather than getting right down to the nitty gritty detail of 'technique' and what tools they used and, more importantly, HOW they used them.

    Can anyone point this fledgling renderer who has neglected his drawing skills for far too long to some really good tutorials on shading techniques? At the moment my Wacom Intuous 3 tablet and Painter IX is sadly underused until I can find some tutorials to get my teeth into

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