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Thread: Smudge Help

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    Default Smudge Help

    Okay, since smudge is my strongest point, i decided i want to devote more time to it so i am trying out styles of smudging, im trying to achieve what i saw in a tag from CS4Pro. I believe it was a Kanye tag and the smudging was just awesome. Either way tell me what you think, i want suggestions on my smudging and i tried to see what i could do with a weird render so whatever CnC please.

    Oh, and my other object was to achieve smooth blending between the BG and Render

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    seems too mono..
    Smudge is alright, but you should learn some more complicated techniques with smudge.
    Also, im pretty sure, Cs4 in the kanye added a lot more vibrant color from where the render comes
    kiu

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    ↑↑ Thanks, i wasnt really worried about the color or the vibrancy as i was just working on the actual smudge, also do you know where i could learn advanced smudge techniques?

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    Looks like a case of floating head syndrome, maybe try keeping some more of the render. Aside from that, the smudging looks good, it creates nice flow.

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    Click the tutorials link in my signature, most of them are smudge.


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    Really basic, and normally basic signatures can be good in certain times but if it is a basic smudge signature then it will seem really bland or empty like this one.

    It is also really mono.
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    I'm a master at smudge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostviking View Post
    Looks like a case of floating head syndrome, maybe try keeping some more of the render. Aside from that, the smudging looks good, it creates nice flow.
    All the render was, was a head
    Quote Originally Posted by shiv96 View Post
    Click the tutorials link in my signature, most of them are smudge.
    Looked through all of them already Thanks though
    Quote Originally Posted by Manga View Post
    Really basic, and normally basic signatures can be good in certain times but if it is a basic smudge signature then it will seem really bland or empty like this one.

    It is also really mono.
    It was just to test my smudging skills Not meant to be an actual sig
    Quote Originally Posted by Necrothalass View Post
    I'm a master at smudge
    Teach me?

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    i fail with smudge...tried following a tut....lets just say my canvas looked like puke....

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