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SoulReaperlady Jun 9, 2013  Student Artist
Are those people there monks?
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SoulReaperlady Jun 10, 2013  Student Artist
:iconawesomeprussiaplz: Awesome~!!
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SoulReaperlady Jun 10, 2013  Student Artist
I love it!!
placed it in my favorites 'cause it's awesome~!!!
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SoulReaperlady Jul 19, 2013  Student Artist
This gave me an inspiration in my head to make my character in a story to go in this kind of place.XD
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teehee that's super cool
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Ice-wolf-elemental May 9, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
AHHH DUDE THIS IS EPIC!!! :dummy: Love your style and everything! I've been looking through your gallery and CRAZY awesome! I was just wondering what brush did you use? Cause it looks like some sort of squared brush? How did you make it looks so "squarey" and flat? cause whenever I try and digitally paint flat surfaces it looks really werid, cause I use a circle brush and the layering becomes... just -NOT FLAT. Also did you paint everything in black and white then go over it with color? or did you just paint straight colour? Lol sorry for all the questiosn BUT YOUR WORK IS AWESOME AND YOUR AWESOME. OKCOOLTHANKSBYE. :la: :D
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Totally alright to ask questions. I'll answer them the best I can:

To be honest, I still struggle with getting hard edges in digital painting. I actually used rounded brushes for most of this, and I used selections to definen the edges. The lasso tool is your friend!

The texture comes from some chalky/rocky brushes.

A lot of it is based on what goes on top of what. In retrospect, I should have drawn a more accurate perspective grid, and now at least, I could definitely add in a lot more detail.

You can find some really nice textured brushes here, from Djahal: [link]

I hope that helps! Thanks for the kind words. :w00t:
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