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The Peachtastic Peachy Keen
 
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The Peachtastic Peachy Keen

I just couldn't tear myself away form my tablet today. XP I was playing around with basic reflection and lighting in this one. Also Peach buns.


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Splendid. Spectacular. Supreme.

You really did good job with light effects. Not to detailed but still present.

At the same time through, I see there was some trouble with hind legs in the floor reflection - the little off. But since you wrote that you 'played' with the effect I assume that you didn't do this often.

Still...why I have feeling that disco ball should be there?

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Splendid. Spectacular. Supreme.

You really did good job with light effects. Not to detailed but still present.

At the same time through, I see there was some trouble with hind legs in the floor reflection - the little off. But since you wrote that you 'played' with the effect I assume that you didn't do this often.

Still...why I have feeling that disco ball should be there?

I was having trouble lining up all four of his legs due to the perspective and was eventually like "eh whateves" XD And you're right, there could totally be a disco ball there.

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My god what is your secret to that amazing highlighting??? I've been trying to work on lighting effects like this for ages and I end up hating it! One artist to another what do you dooo? > 3<

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My god what is your secret to that amazing highlighting??? I've been trying to work on lighting effects like this for ages and I end up hating it! One artist to another what do you dooo? > 3<

Do you have Photoshop? What I do is complete the basic shading and add the general background and shadows while the image still has layers. After I feel like I'm done with that, I flatten the image and use "color dodge" and "overlay" in the brush settings to do the lighting effects. :) The reason why I flatten the image is because you can't use "color dodge" or "overlay" while the layers aren't merged.

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Do you have Photoshop? What I do is complete the basic shading and add the general background and shadows while the image still has layers. After I feel like I'm done with that, I flatten the image and use "color dodge" and "overlay" in the brush settings to do the lighting effects. :) The reason why I flatten the image is because you can't use "color dodge" or "overlay" while the layers aren't merged.

Thanks a bunch! :D I have a Photoshop version that is a little old, but gets the job done for just about anything I need. This is really going to come in handy and I cant wait to get some practice in. Thanks a million! ^-^

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