Fate/Stay Painting

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Decided to start painting again on photoshop (been a while since iv done it) and deicded to try and repaint this picture:



and my progess so far:



think I did way 2 fine details on the eyes so I might remove them later or try to do them more painty
 
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Ugh, cant really tell any critics as it is still in such early phase. But if i were you i would use harder brush/smudge tool, especially on Rin.
Soft brush looks kind of crappy and you might get some problems when/if you try to outline her.
 
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Yep, Saber definately looks better. Are you using Tablet by the way?
 
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ya, dont like painting with a mouse cuz there is no pressure effects unless u play around with a bunch of crap
 
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hmm your doing it wrong. You should fill it in with large brushes and the shade with around 15-20 pixels brush, using small brushes on big things just comes out looking wrong. Use small brushes that you used for filling in details and such:)

Looking forward to seeing the update tough:)
 
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the full size of the painting is about 4000x2000 :/
 
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well then the larger the canvas the larger the brushes you should use:)
i thought this was the resolution
 
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updated:



Still need to fix the details on sabers chest but 2 lazy atm
 
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better but now that you used smaller brushes see how everything looks like liquid? thats what i was trying to tell you...
 
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painting anime is easy !_! ink your lines then colour it in... it's not like a regular painting where you have colour transition, or have to get rid of any drawn lines...
 

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