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Blending via Sampling Tutorial by darue Blending via Sampling Tutorial by darue
For :iconmasterphotoshop:'s mini-contest.

To be clear, because I will likely be judging the contest, this entry is ineligible to win.

It is submitted to serve as an example of what we want in this contest. We seem to be getting a lot of irrelevant entries, and hopefully this will clear up any misconceptions; we want tutorials about paintings for this, not paintings.
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JaneCherrytree Jul 31, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very well :3 very useful!
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Lunalight Aug 21, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i use a technique this way very simlar,but i nerver know how to settup my brush, use mostly the smudge tool
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darue Aug 21, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't really like using the smudge tool; it doesn't allow as much control as this technique does, and has a very distinctive effect that looks very "smudgy" and not very nice.

If it helps, here are my custom brushes: [link]
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iRin3Kagamin3 Apr 19, 2010  Student Digital Artist
oh this was very helpful ^^ I was just wondering what kind of brush you used?? :S
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darue Apr 19, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I used to topmost brush in this example: [link]
The other two are others that I use the technique with.
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:iconnegaistar:
Thanks I have always wanted to know how to blend in photoshop ^^
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kevinsano Apr 6, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Is it me or do those clouds look like a woman?
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FeelingVeryLucky Mar 23, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
I'm a mouse user and I found this to be very helpful.
You explained this technique very simply. Before I was confused, but not anymore. Thanks for that. :)
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:iconjadiner:
Oooh, a mystery solved! (for me) Thanks <3
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Neoneelart Mar 12, 2010
Must admit tht was quite helpful
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