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news1st
12/27/2011 7:49:45 PM
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Texture Sculpting

Texture Sculpting Tutorial





[Edited by 'news1st' on 4/30/2012 5:51:00 PM]
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NewsMaster
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12/28/2011 9:56:34 AM


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Great tut, Tracy!
Thanks for posting!
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1/12/2012 5:00:15 AM
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[Edited by User on 1/13/2012 6:42:20 AM]
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NewsMaster
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Awesome technique, Tracy!
and I love how you did the brick bull!
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Disasterman111
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This is pretty cool, I'll have to give it a try....thanks Tracy
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If it was easy anyone could do it!

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[Edited by User on 1/19/2012 3:51:38 PM]
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Kellie
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3/21/2012 5:57:50 AM
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Great pics Tracy, I like them all but the circuit board woman is wicked.
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news1st
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3/21/2012 6:17:08 AM
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Thanks! Kellie!

Been Away for awhile without wifi. Have to jump on neighbors when I can due to circumstances.

I Hope You are All Well? Take Care. Tracy

Those were just some texture transfers I made while I was A Way.
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NewsMaster
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Great to see you again, Tracy. A master of textures you are!
I especially like the last "stoned" chop
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3/31/2012 2:24:19 PM
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Yes! ...It even works on Fur

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macwithfries
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Love the fur

Hey how do you do the lil fuzzies on the edges?

I am hopeless with hair brushes....have never been able to get things to look right
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news1st
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4/1/2012 2:15:51 PM
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On 4/1/2012 12:28:37 PM, macwithfries said:
Love the fur

Hey how do you do the lil fuzzies on the edges?

I am hopeless with hair brushes....have never been able to get things to look right




Well? ...Mac W!

in this Case ...You don't have to be Good at All.

If You Go Thru All of the Steps in the Tutorial, You will have a Matte Cut-Out on Your Channel Mask.

The Fur You have chosen Will Always be Larger than Your Subject that You Apply the Texture to. So ...
After You have Your Texture Layer Created with a Channel Mask, Use the Stock Paint Brush that Looks like a
Blade of Grass, and Set the Brush Angle in the Brush Properties Dialogue Box.

You Can Also Set the Amount of Scatter and Size on the Brush, and then Just Paint with White along the Edges of the
Mask to Reveal the Fur in the Background.

Using this Tutorial Technique to Apply Any Texture is So Easy, You Will be Amazed at the Fantastic Results You
Achieve with Little effort. The Best Part is, You Can

Change Texture Backgrounds With ease and See What Your Finished Image will Look Like in Real Time.

If You Have any Other Questions, Feel Free to Ask.

Take Care,

-Tracy Mapes



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Kellie
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4/1/2012 7:35:32 PM
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The fur girl is awesome Tracy & you're so helpful.
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[Edited by User on 4/1/2012 9:22:31 PM]
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macwithfries
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4/2/2012 1:55:47 AM


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Thank you kind sir for that info. Can't wait to play with some fur later

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news1st
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4/4/2012 3:16:05 PM
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Hard Materials on Soft Objects




Click For Tutorial

Click For Tutorial





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news1st
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4/18/2012 7:48:22 AM
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This Colorization of a Statue uses the Same Tutorial Techniques except that a Skin Texture is Used to Achieve the Colorization
underneath the Light and Shadow Layers.



[p]
If David Were Living?

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AzureSky
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4/18/2012 5:44:02 PM


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On 4/1/2012 12:28:37 PM, macwithfries said:
Love the fur

Hey how do you do the lil fuzzies on the edges?

I am hopeless with hair brushes....have never been able to get things to look right



You may find these useful

good brushes for photoshop

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macwithfries
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On 4/18/2012 5:44:02 PM, AzureSky said:

On 4/1/2012 12:28:37 PM, macwithfries said:
Love the fur

Hey how do you do the lil fuzzies on the edges?

I am hopeless with hair brushes....have never been able to get things to look right



You may find these useful

good brushes for photoshop




Ahh...thank you

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news1st
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4/22/2012 12:19:19 AM
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Here is a Link.
Texture Mapping Actions for CS4/CS6

I Made Couple of Photoshop Actions, So You don't have to do All the Work.

1. Texture Mapping is for Applying a Texture to a Complete Photograph.

2. Texture Object is for Applying the Action to An Image Isolated with a Channel Mask

After Download, Place the .ATN file in Your Photoshop Program/Adobe/CS6/Presets/Actions Folder, the Launch Photoshop.

If You Use the Action? ...Please Credit the Author.

Thank You! and Enjoy!

-Tracy Mapes
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