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Bloody Brief Bat Tutorial by Silverfox5213 Bloody Brief Bat Tutorial by Silverfox5213
Sorry about the sudden jump from step 4 to step 5, was streaming and forgot to take any screenshots. If you have any questions regarding this tutorial, feel free to ask me :)
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:iconchazmoxlegendz:
My My I believe I hit the jackpot, I'll definitely dry and do this and the rest of your tutorials. THANKS for being up the effort for the tutorials, I never knew you had tutorials in the beginning I feel ashamed, and I bet you made a lot of people happy for this.
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:iconzephyrlightningheart:
Neat and organized tutorial. I shall this and see how it turns out.
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CirqueDuBonheur May 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Is there any way I can re-create this brush in sketchbook pro? I am terrible at making my own T-T
Great tutorial!
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Sorarey Apr 27, 2013   Digital Artist
Hello! :)

Do you keep the sketch-layer in the finished version (barely visible) or do you hide it when you finished your drawing?
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breakstreet Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
how do you add the highlight?
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jamesfoxbr Apr 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thank you very much for the tutorial ^^
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DrRiptide Apr 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Good stuff, thanks for this. Please keep it up (the amazing artwork and the tutorials :D if it's not too much trouble) <3
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marcusKean Apr 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very informative and clear lesson, beautiful art)
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:iconbyhorus:
thanks for tutorial
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Tala10 Apr 16, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Awesome tutorial! What brush do you use when doing the shading and lighting? (As in is it a normal hard round or soft round or opacity set to pen pressure...or something else?)
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