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Matte Painting using Hybrid Art

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Date Added: 9th December 2009
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Step 9

I also used Adjustments in Render menu, along with Colourize brush to adjust the colours to my liking. Also, I activated a pink coloured fog for my render. Zbrush is an ultra fast renderer, so this was actually rendered real time.

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Step 10

Back to 2D painting. I used the Smudge, Paintbrush and Highlighter brush to paint over my rendering. I also used the Glow and Intensity brush for the artificial lights.
Here you can see the close-up comparison between the rendered and the painted images.

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