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Shooting Outdoor NudesShooting Outdoor NudesShooting Outdoor Nudes by Lugal
So you're tired of shooting in the studio (or in my case, you can't afford a studio) and there's some beautiful scenery in the area and you want to shoot outdoor nudes. Before you do there are several things you should know. A few helpful tips I learned from many years of shooting outside in northern Arizona. And while I shoot female models, these rules apply mostly the same regardless of the gender of model or photographer. With the help of a few of dA's nude photographers and models, I though I would illustrate a few key points to shooting outdoors.
Know your location
The first thing you need to know is your location. Go and scout it out before the shoot, preferable several times at different times of day and figure out when the lighting is best. While the Golden Hour is probably the best
DEEP LURKER MONSTER CHALLENGE From the Palladium Fantasy book: Bizantium and the Northern Islands, published by Palladiumbooks:DEEP LURKER MONSTER CHALLENGE by ChuckWalton
"The Sea of Despair, the Icy Ocean and to a much lesser degree, the Northern Sea have always been known as a breeding ground for sea serpents. These waters are full of huge, monstrous creatures, and some species seem to return regularly to mate, lay eggs or give birth to live young. These myriad animals only add to the peril faced by anyone who dares to travel through the treacherous waters that encircle the mysterious Land of the Damned. For centuries, Bizantians have speculated as to why the Sea of Despair is home to so many serpents. Some say those who control the Land of the Damned are breeding these creatures as “watchdogs of the sea”. Others claim that dimensional barriers within the Sea of Despair are weak, allowing the monsters to come in from others worlds. Regardless of the how they got there, the Sea of Despair and the northern waters arou
We Re-Launched on Kickstarter!UPDATE: Currently at 74% funded with 10 days left, get you pledge in now!We Re-Launched on Kickstarter! by PeterPalmiotti
And can use all the help you can give! Pledge, Share ...Re-Post this journal!
The new Kickstarter link! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/atomicinkcomix/end-of-days-scorched-earth-comic
I thank you in advance for all that you do, my friends are truly the best!
Creator/Writer - John Medeiros
Pencils - Barry McClain kidjersey
Inks - Peter Palmiotti
Colors - J Primus Dickerson Primus-X
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How to Have TIGHT Pencils and my ERASER TechiquesI have had several Deviant Artists ask me, how do I get clean or tight pencil work and what is my process?How to Have TIGHT Pencils and my ERASER Techiques by ChuckWalton
Well, it’s a Great question and I decided to repost my reply to that answer here as a journal in hopes that it helps Artist in this great community! I will also try to add more techniques, hints, and helpful guides in the future.
So, if you have requests on How I do something, please comment below as well and we can see what we can tackle next, No promises on every requests, but I will do my best to help.
Here is the 1st Question:
How do I get such tight and clean pencils and what is my erasing process?
1. First, lay down your rough base/sketch, (Try to make it loose, focus more on the composition and apply your references that you hopefully previously gathered if its an assignment), and apply the base VERY lightly. IF your light boxing your foundation base, do all your line work VERY lightly as its hard to discern and make d
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Almost a Freelancer for Palladium Books (an RPG company), father of three terribly beautiful children, recovering from an on-the-job injury.
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