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Painting Fur like a Warner Bro's Production Artist.
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For all of you artist that still know how to manip, here is an interesting little video from Warner Bros. Production Designer Paul Lasaine. He basically shows off how bad ass he is, since this isn't' really a tutorial. BUT, if you have a grasp on Photoshop, you will know exactly what he is doing. If you do not, PM me and I will attempt to fill you in.

Pretty cool. It isn't how I do fur, but I am going to give it a shot.

How to Paint Fur With Paul Lasaine

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That is amazing. One of the reasons I got away from manipping was the time it took doing hair/fur. Then stuff like this comes along, and I'm reminded how little I actually do know about PS.

I may have to do some manips again just to play with this type of technique...Thanks for sharing this, Jr!

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DD, could you not also appy this to creating textures?

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Absolutely! I've watched the video several times now, and the more I see it, the more ideas I come up with for how to use the brush settings. Instead of concentrating on filters, layers styles and actions, brushes will shorten and simplify how I've been doing stuff for a while now.

I actually dabbled a bit with it before, but never thought about the other applications.
In my entry for the 1000 words, the rain I made in photoshop was from brushes I had made for the Rainy Days and Grundy's piece a few months back. For that rain brush, I had messed around with the scattering, angles and other brush settings...and never even contemplated how to do the same for fur, hair, and now (thanks to your suggestion) even textures!
I can see leather, wrinkles, cracks, and various other cloth textures in my head already!


Boy, I'm eager to try new stuff now...

Thanks again to you, and Jr for sharing this vid!

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