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Making Of 'Pier Duty'

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Simply raised the structure and added some minimum details. I indicated a path leading up to the building to add some interest. If you look closer at the waves at the bottom you can see I actually used the default maple leaf brush to mimic scattered waves, and went back in with a smudge tool to kill a few hard edges here and there. (Fig.13-a)

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Fig. 13a

Toned down the killer wave. It still looks tall but at least not like some tsunami from hell. Other than that I simply laid down patches of textured shapes with a large brush on a layer and carved out the details with a small eraser. (as mentioned before) (Fig.13-b)

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Fig. 13b

Further detailed out the main structure. Added windows and a flag, also threw in a soldier on the balcony to make it more interesting. Refined the building in the back, and popped that flying thing up there just for kicks. (Fig.13-c)

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Fig. 13c

Made the booth larger so it looks like the guard can fit in there. The rest is pretty straight forward, just detail out the characters and the bike with a small brush. The chick's gotta have some insane strength to lift that cannon, but I actually like it that way. Who knows, maybe she's a cyborg. (Fig.13-d)

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Fig. 13d


The painting was almost done. I gave it a once over just to clean up some minor areas that were still bugging me. Threw in a layer of smoke effect in front of the bike, adjusted the levels, sharpened it with filter, and the thing is finished. (Fig.14)

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Fig. 14

Of course there're always room for improvements and revisions, but for now the piece does what it needs to do. I hope some of you find this helpful. (assuming you can look pass my pitiful grammar) It was great to do something outside of work just for fun.




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