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TheShock
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2010 7:34 am     Reply with quote
Very Happy Very Happy

Hello everyone, this is a really special post.
Since I began my training in the digital world, I have always tried to emulate the techniques of classical art and behaviors. There were few times when talking to the Sr.Unzalu (my art teacher) on the future possibilities of digital painting. Much time has passed since then and in that sense I think today I close a cycle long search muuyy experimentation and why not say it, frustration.

Search:
These are the first attempts to create something like the oil on PS. Abstract concepts where color and texture is important.
http://ramonmirandavisualart.blogspot.com/2009/05/he-decidido-poner-este-ultimo.html
http://ramonmirandavisualart.blogspot.com/2009/05/pruebas-de-oleo-digital-en-ps.html
http://ramonmirandavisualart.blogspot.com/2009/04/primeras-pruebas-de-oleo-digital-en.html

Recently seeing Viag´s blog I saw one of his brushes also trying to simulate something like Oil.

http://redwhirlpool.blogspot.com/2010/03/tradi-brush.html

An excellent brush that I explain a concept that I had not noticed. So I decided to combine it with mine and see how they behaved in a test. The result could not be better.
So I decided to tweak the parameter that I needed and prepare everything necessary for this post.

The brushes that I show below are the product of that effort. I've learned a lot of artists like David Vyle, Nicolas Ferrand,Barontieri, Goro Fujita, ZhuZhu..., among others. I hope to inspire more artists and someday, maybe someone improve this Brushkit and we all enjoy it even more. Take care.

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DOWNLOAD here http://gps-gimp-paint-studio.googlecode.com/files/Artistic_Oils_Brushkit.zip

take care
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buzzz3d
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:36 am     Reply with quote
Thanks!
Going to give this a spin.
Really nice work on your blog.
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Lemur
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:07 am     Reply with quote
cool, was just playing around with them- its cool to use them with the smudge tool set without spacing, then you can do an overlay layer set to emboss and if its pretty high rez it looks alot like real paint on a board.
thanks for the brushes!
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spline
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 15, 2010 2:18 am     Reply with quote
Do those work with CS 3-4?

Btw if you really want the oilpainting feeling you should give the brushes in TwistedbrushPRO a try.

Some of those are awesome, Acctually I prefere many of them over Painter.
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