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    Hi friends,

    after having done some music and a spooky sound loop called "Lucifer's Cage" (which could be fitting for any Halloween project), I've decided to try a little illustration creating a picture story for my next song! The song is called "Tamed Beast" and its a remastered dreams version of one of my first LBP songs. The main actors will be a horse and a little girl.
    ... and though I have my difficulties with the paint mode (I especially couldnt find any eraser tool, which I would have needed so urgently!) here is a first picture of the little girl, which I want to share with our community!




    Have a fine week and happy dreaming, Jürgen^^


  • #2
    Hi friends,

    here is the second actor, namely the mandatory "Grandpa" ...



    this time I needed less time to paint it, seems that I've got some practical exercise!

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    • #3
      These look great, will check it out! .....I can’t believe there’s no eraser tool, that’s just crazy!

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      • #4
        Hi friends,

        a little update to the current status of my project! I have painted about 80% of the pictures and I get the warning that I have reached the limit of the physical paintings. I hope that I will find a way so that this won't become a real problem! I'm making progress, but I've learned that painting a picture story is really a challenge and a lot of work. Nevertheless its a lot of fun watching the project grow! I'll don't add further pictures here before publishing, except the title poster! So I'll hope that soon I will be able to share the finished project with you! Many greetings, Jürgen^^

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        • #5
          Hello jürgen by the way I see you need a little help to paint ^^
          how do you use your painting?
          task, brush, pencils.
          Be aware that cloning tasks and multiplying tasks will be very beneficial for your thermometer.
          I use this technique to completely redo my felix and I need more than 1% of graphical thermometer per task. 2% total for white and black and I have 20 different frames altogether.

          I use just the same task all along the process and to start a new painting again I clone the previous one and erase the drawing except the tasks to use
          Last edited by Mouflar; 25th November 2019, 09:41 PM.

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          • #6
            Did you just say "erase" ???? Omg! I still didn't find an eraser tool! I thought that there would be no possibility to erase things!

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            • #7
              Nice paintings and art style.

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