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NEW Fur Tutorial by xXNamaste NEW Fur Tutorial by xXNamaste
Soooo afer receiving mutiple messages asking for another fur tutorial that was manipulation based I put my big girl panties on and did one.

This works for all types of hair, wolves, humans, horses, whatever you like. It works for all colours too:


By the end of this tut I'd already consumed about 6 glasses of gin so please excuse any spelling errors and/or other shittiness.

Lovely stock: [link]
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fossilsandfilms Mar 26, 2014  Student Filmographer
hgnnnnng Nams this helped me so much ilu
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xXNamaste Mar 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yayyyy!! im so glad <3
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:icononce-poisened:
Amazing tutorial and easy to understand! Thankyou for spending the time to post this for us viewers, amazing work! its improved my art alot:)
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xXNamaste Jan 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yayyyy i love to hear that! Im happy that you found it useful :heart:
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Jumanjiiii Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for this tutorial!:glomp: I've been meaning to look up a tutorial on how to make the fur long and flow well; and alas, I have found one. I do have a question though:  In the last two images there are the lighter lines defining the fur, do you just brighten the red and you use the brush tool to draw the lines?  
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xXNamaste Oct 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You betcha! And you're very welcome!! <333
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:iconanevara:
somehow i don't know how to make the border of the wolf look better. also, i tried doing a background but it doesn't work. wether your tutorial is bad or i'm stupid
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xXNamaste Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this tutorial doesn't cover backgrounds, so it wont help you there. and i'm not sure what you mean by 'border', do you mean the outline? the fur? try fiddling with your settings, gimp might be different than photoshop. and i doubt my tutorial is 'bad' because you cant get your own work to look right? its not exactly the tutorials fault if you cant utilize the information given here to your own standards. and you are not 'stupid' either, it's a guide of the way i do things made to HELP you, actually practicing must be done on your own accord.
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:iconanevara:
THAT sounded REALLY rude. but whatever, i meant the outlines and with the background i meant something like, do you know of a good (wolf-)cutting addon for gimp?
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Jumanjiiii Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, I highly doubt she'll answer you now. Telling her that her tutorial is 'bad' because you're frustrated and can't get something right is definitely considered rude. This is just a tutorial she made to explain to people how she does her fur, since a lot of people were asking. This is how SHE does it. Don't like it? Than go find another tutorial. Personally, I find that GIMP isn't very user friendly. It's a good tool, but it can be extremely confusing for a lot of people. Maybe you should ask a user on here that actually uses GIMP to help you out. Other than that, I suggest saving up for any Photoshop product.
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