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Easy realistic hair tutorial by RaSen Easy realistic hair tutorial by RaSen
As realistic as I can get anyway. XD I was messing around with a new technique and this is what I came up with. Results are much nicer than what I usually do. Sorry the pics are so small. I actually didn't realize how small I actually painted the example hair. X_X I'll do a quick video tutorial when I get the time.

SCRIBBLES! That's all it is. I'm almost done with the other part of the skin walkthrough as well.
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AnneRik Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014
Thank you,
i will give it a try.....

Anne
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Hero-Destroyer Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014
Amazing, but it's not easy at all. xD
I find it really hard lol and my results are quite bad.
Maybe I'm just a noobie.
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RaSen Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It takes some getting used to. Everything is hard at first, just keep trying. :)
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Hero-Destroyer Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
Thanks, I will (as long as I'm not taken over by laziness). Clap 
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rachaelminto Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2014
Hi! So I'm a total beginner at digital art... 

I tried to follow this tutorial but I had a question about the whole scribble thing. You said to do short scribbles zoomed in. But then I couldn't get past the problem of blending all the short scribbles in because there wouldn't be a singular line all the way down the hair - it would be made up of like 2 or 3 lines. Have I misunderstood / did that make any sense?

Sorry, I'm a bit of a noob :/
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RaSen Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi. :) I couldn't really tell unless I see what it is you did, but from what you described it sounds kind of like your flow/opacity settings were off or you were pressing too hard assuming you're using a tablet. If you're using a mouse you have to set the opacity down lower as well as flow to get the same result. Inevitably there will be strands that don't blend, which is where the smudge tool comes in, or you can just paint over the section that doesn't blend. 

I can't really tell exactly what's going wrongwithout seeing it. If you'd like some detailed help, please  go ahead and link me a pic of what's happening in my messages and I'll try and walk you through some things with a more in depth step by step.

It's fine. We were ALL noobs at one point right? No sense in not helping each other.
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Warumono-Kyo Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
This is really simple and easy to follow, I will keep this in mind when I do my doodles and start doing some test in photoshop. I have to get used to using a tablet for things, so practice practice practice! Thanks for the awesome tutorials!
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RaSen Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem. I figured while I have time and a faster computer I'd do the ones I kept promising. I'm so late at things. 
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Graphix-Goddess Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Professional Writer
Woah... this is like magic!
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RaSen Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
scribble magic!
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