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Easy Skin Tone Technique by semaj007 Easy Skin Tone Technique by semaj007
Since ive explained most of the stuff in the tutorial itself, i wont say much here except that i hope this would be of some help to anyone out there....

and if it has, please let me know k? Im always happy to know that i have contributed something... sadly it aint money. :D

This is part of my easy ass tutorials... easy to do and easy to follow!

This is downloadable BTW. Have fun!
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Quick-Step Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2012  Hobbyist
hmm handy, must try it for myself.
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semaj007 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2012
hope the tutorial was of help to ya! :)
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SuikTwoPointOh Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2011
Cool tutorial but some need instructions on doing the base drawing... Was it in grayscale and all on one layer? I am guessing you used reduced opacity but gradients and stuff I still haven't figured out yet. Gah!

Please keep posting your tutorials and WIPs. I always pick up something from them.
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semaj007 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2011
Very happy to hear you learn something from this little tutorials of mine. :)

For the base drawing, yeah... it was done in one layer and in grayscale but you can do it in 2 or even 5 layers but be sure to merge them before you go to the color adjustment tool. As for drawing/painting, i usually go for somewhere in between 40-70% opacity with a hard brush... even lower to 20% for clean blends. I have never used gradients. :)
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SuikTwoPointOh Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2011
Thanks - all these bits of info are very useful and I will keep trying to apply them to my work.
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semaj007 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2011
no probs! im happy to be of help... ive been there too. I myslf have learned how to use photoshop on my own. Sometimes we need a lil bit of help trying to make sense of some online tutorials. :) How are things going?
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shifugicanaru Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Wow, its like shortcut nice tip !
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semaj007 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011
Im one of those lazy guys who want things done easily. :) I juz had to share this method to those who want a quick fix that looks good. Glad you like this! :)
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sidd13 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice, that helps a lot :) And how do you use gradients?
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semaj007 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
I juz basically use a simple brush with 30-40% opacity. Gradients tend to happen by themselves by varying the number of times you brush over areas. :)
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