How to Create a Breathtaking Medieval Manipulation with Realistic Deteriorated Flags

How to Create a Breathtaking Medieval Manipulation with Realistic Deteriorated Flags
All the area of the right of the model
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Step 37 – More shadows

You can create a new layer and this time paint with a bigger brush with less opacity (30%) all over the model to make the blending. Remember use the layer in soft light mode, and reduce the opacity of the layer if you think is necessary.
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Step 38 - Details

In a new layer pick a soft round brush with a yellow tone and paint where the light reflects. Also you can add some more shadows with black. Remember to paint soft and reduce the opacity to 50%
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Step 39 – Adjustment Layer

Go to the option layer then adjustment layer and then choose color lookup, pick the option fall colors and reduce the opacity of the layer to 40%
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Final Results

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image067Thank you so much for reading this tutorial, I hope this is helpful for you all. If you want to check more of my art go to www.andygarcia666.deviantart.com! Also, you can find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/andygarcia666 - Andrea García

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14 comments on “How to Create a Breathtaking Medieval Manipulation with Realistic Deteriorated Flags”

  1. As the model in the stock being used, and having seen several versions other artists have created using this tutorial, it would be honestly very nice if artists trying to recreate the styling and theme would see if they can do the same thing using alternative stock - of which there are thousands available. The point of tutorials is to make suggestions and provide tips to artists looking to improve their techniques or learn new ones, not to make identical and in some cases poor reproductions of the work used in the tutorial. Change it up people!! :)

  2. An outstanding design sharing that's very helpful for me. As a graphics designer I have just learned some new technique today from this blog. Thanks and appreciate it.

  3. This is really cool. I really like the idea; erasing a flag to make it look worn out.

    This makes me wonder if you can do it to clothes too. I never even think about making fabric look worn out, I just find worn out stocks which is hard to come by.

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