Shop More Submit  Join Login
×




Details

Submitted on
January 2, 2013
Image Size
640 KB
Resolution
1474×849
Mature Content
Yes
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
5,838 (3 today)
Favourites
95 (who?)
Comments
26
Downloads
104 (1 today)
×
Mature Content Filter is On
(Contains: nudity)
Second of two sequences for ~dozen1990. As before, all the credits are on the last page.

1-> [link]
2-> [link]
3-> [link]
4-> [link]
5-> [link]
6-> HERE


Human stock by ~dozen1990

Dog stock by *slime-stock, `FantasyStock, ~stockmeister, ~Night--Raven and ~pirate-stock
[link] (throughout)
[link] (Part 3 & 6)
[link] (Part 5)
[link] (Part 6)
[link] (Part 6)
[link] (Part 6)
Add a Comment:
 
:iconmasterveemon:
masterveemon Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Huh, he might have just been listening to too much Dobstep (heh... Pun)
Reply
:icontoonmaster345:
ToonMaster345 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013
sorry to bug ya with more questions but e=while im at it howd you get the head so good? Is it a layer mask? Also while trying to find my head stock i play around with it and none seem to fit right. I sthere something i can do bout that? Thanks for your help from earlier also! Ive got everything else down but these few things ive asked ^.^
Reply
:iconpythos-cheetah:
pythos-cheetah Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Both the head and feet are blended in with layer masks. I also used the Levels slider to mess with the shading to get it to fit more. For the head, remember that the position of the head on the model doesn't really mean anything (if you'll be replacing most of it, like in this one). If you get head stock that looks like it matches the way the body is turned, it'll work out.
Reply
:icontoonmaster345:
ToonMaster345 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013
ok thanks for the info. is there a specific way to size the head?
Reply
:iconpythos-cheetah:
pythos-cheetah Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If you hold shift while resizing (in PS on a PC, anyway), it'll scale the layer without changing its relative dimensions, so you can match head size without distorting it at all.
Reply
:icontoonmaster345:
ToonMaster345 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013
Thanks again for the info! Hopefully it works :D
Reply
:icontoonmaster345:
ToonMaster345 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013
also is there a special way to match color to color? or is that layer masks also?
Reply
:iconpythos-cheetah:
pythos-cheetah Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There's a tool called Match Color under the Adjustments panel, but I usually find that I can get better color matching by hand through a combination of the Hue/Saturation, Color Balance and Levels sliders. I just fiddle with the sliders until I get something that matches well by eye.
Reply
:icontoonmaster345:
ToonMaster345 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013
Ive tried this and i dont really get how to resize images. is it different from free transforming an image?
Reply
:iconpythos-cheetah:
pythos-cheetah Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If you use the Move tool (the top one in the default CS5 setup), and hold Shift when you click and drag on one corner of the box around the layer you have selected, you can resize the layer without changing the ratio of height to width, which is really useful for resizing things like heads. I occasionally will use Warp to get a layer to, say, follow the jaw line or something better, but I usually use that with smaller bits like horns or ears than with large things, since it tends to distort things as you move them around.
Reply
Add a Comment: