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Thread: [Award Winner] Painting Dungeon Tiles in Adobe Photoshop

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    Tutorial [Award Winner] Painting Dungeon Tiles in Adobe Photoshop

    As requested in my March contest entry thread, I've recorded a video of my painting technique. It was originally about 25 minutes long, so I sped up the playback significantly. I had initially recorded it with dialog, but I didn't think anyone would want to listen to me ramble for almost half an hour

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    Last edited by overwatch; 03-18-2008 at 01:23 PM.
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    I'll have a version with audio commentary prepared as soon as i can sort out some technical difficulties on my end.
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    Great tutorial - lookin forward to trying my hand at this method when I get home.

    Good job and thanks for sharing!

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    Glad ya liked it Weem. Thanks! It was an education experience making it.
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    Would you be willing to share the brushes you used in the video??

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    Sure. I've edited the above post to include links to the brushes and color swatches I use in the tutorial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by overwatch View Post
    Sure. I've edited the above post to include links to the brushes and color swatches I use in the tutorial.
    Excellent thanks! I will have to give this a try. Your method is rather similar to my own, but I enjoy seeing people work especially in other programs.

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    I have yet to get the avi to play for me... it comes up saying it needs to download codecs... but it doesn't ... what codecs do you need to play the file, maybe I can find them and install them myself...
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    Nice vid. =)

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    (Sorry for the reply to a post of 03-17-200

    Very nice tutorial! Can you post the *.PSD file please?

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