Contouring a model

Contouring a model

22 November 2008
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Specifications

  • Putting your models under the best light in order to show them off online (or elsewhere) is important in order to do justice to your work. Here's a short tutorial to show you how to contour your model pictures in order to integrate them on another background which would show them off better.

    This tutorial was made using Photoshop, but can be applied to other software such as Gimp (which is a free equivalent to Photoshop).


    One important thing – use a high resolution file for this kind of work in order to get an optimal result.

    Good viewing...


Cyber Luci & Spot
Conan
Wheke the engineer
Wizard
Boîte de Konserve
Tirailleur Gobelin
Cartomancien
Poupée canope
Cartomancien
Cartomancien
Colonel BÖYKHA
Le Cyclope
Katsuyori
Arbitre BloodBowl
Jhadia
Puppet Master
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    Buffing Tools
  • Making sculpting tools
    Making sculpting tools
  • Making bases
    Making bases
  • Contouring a model
    Contouring a model
  • Making a photo studio
    Making a photo studio
  • Pinning a model
    Pinning a model
  • Sculpting mushrooms
    Sculpting mushrooms
  • Sculpting tentacle
    Sculpting tentacle
  • Painting Ejhin of Vanth base
    Painting Ejhin of Vanth base
  • References for Sculpting
    References for Sculpting
  • Mixing your paint properly
    Mixing your paint properly
  • Protect references of your paints
    Protect references of your paints
  • Undercoating a model
    Undercoating a model
  • Sculpting planks
    Sculpting planks
  • Halloween sculpting session
    Halloween sculpting session
  • Sculpting a door
    Sculpting a door