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Kiriban for Gizenya - .psd by algenpfleger Kiriban for Gizenya - .psd by algenpfleger
Hey everyone! Here's another psd file, with cleanly sorted layers and some notes.


<- Final and steps!


I'm gonna keep uploading psds and such, in order to hopefully start a trend to get others to share their files as well! We could all learn from each other more! :la:
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:iconjwsutts:
So appreciate this - I love being able to see how others do things allows me to marvel at my own inefficiencies and hopefully overcome them!!!  You do amazing work!! 
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:iconjwsutts:
Also for only using the lines in the 'initial' stages of the painting.. I'm blown away they match beautifully (if you set that top layer to multiply it really still works!)
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:iconsanshiroo:
over the top bro ^_^"))))
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Beholdentolove Jun 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is some solid advice from you "'Don‘t try to hide mistakes with this! Solid painting first, effects later,
okay? :D" This is very tempting to do and I know why it is a terrible idea. I read this and thought, man he is a mindreader I do this all the time because my skill is lacking in making details click. Thanks for loading these PSD's on here. I have a terrible time with perspective and these help for something to reference.
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Saeta-Akai Mar 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing O.O Thank for sharing.
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:iconseijimarcelo:
OH Thankyou!!!!
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paopeipao Jan 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Big thanks for sharing man, love your works!
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superhermit Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
cool, interesting to see the psd, thanks
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:iconantonfair:
You have impressed and inspired me very much. Your work is beautiful. Upon opening this file I was blown away at the simplisity of how things start. Just yesterday I had a revelation of how a simple sketch when filled in with details, lighting and color can become something great!
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