2D Artwork: Destron23's Transformers Animated Style Tutorial

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  1. Destron23

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    Well this has been a long time comming. So by popular demand, here's my first tutorial ever! In this tutorial, I demonstrate my approach to to making a TFA design. I hope you guys don't mind that I used TFA Road Storm by *Destron23 on deviantART as an example. I would have made an all new design all together, but I've just been so busy with exams and I wanted to get this out there.

    I hope you guys learned something and will be able to use this tutorial! :D  If you do use this, please let me know and credit me in your description.

    I STRONGLY RECOMMEND GOING TO MY DEVIANTART PAGE TO BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL VIEW TO READ.

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  2. mogel94

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    Awesome tutorial! I wish I had something like this when I started doing Animated style, my work would been a hell of alot better :D 
     
  3. Destron23

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    Thanks! :D  So you really thoughtmy tutorial was helpful then? :) 
     
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    Oh definitely :D  all what I would suggest is possibly make the font size bigger, but that might just be my computer playing up.
     
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    No the font is a bit small (at this view), so that's why I recommended going to my DA page to download the full view. At 100%, the font is quite visible. It's just auto-undersized here.
     
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    Oh yeah, my bad :) 
     
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    soymonk Mathematical!

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    Very nice, in depth tutorial.

    I'll have to see if Art Weaver has anything like the pen tool.
     
  8. Destron23

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    Thanks!

    Yeah, it would be nice if it did. I'm not saying you necessarily need to use the pen tool, but it makes lif a whole lot easier if you do.
     
  9. Superquad7

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    I really like the tutorial! I'm failing to see how getting the image from your dA helps more than what you've posted in this thread. Care to elaborate?

    (yellow text on a red background is hard to read, either way)
     
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    Thanks!

    I know, nobody's happy about the text size. I would take time to go back and fix everything, but I'm currently swamped with exams. If you go to its DA page and click on the download button, the tutorial will pop up in a new window at 100 % view. The maximum you see here and on DA (without the download) is around 50%.
     
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    I'll see what I can do in the future to make this user friendly here.

    It's really great work, and I enjoyed reading it :) 
     

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