Digibash: Toxitron

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  1. grimlockprime

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    digi of WFC optimus as toxitron
     

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    Nice digibash! WFC Prime as Toxitron looks really cool!

    However, your digibash still needs a bit of work. Rather than using a brush, I suggest you use the polygonal lasso (on GIMP or Photoshop) to select individual parts of the Transformer, then changing the hue and saturation on Colorise. Also, Toxitron's vehicle mode needs more green, and it's more of a "pea-soup" green. Keep it up, though; I'd love to see your digibashing skills improve!
     
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    No. For digibashing photos of figures, you do want to use the brush. Here's the Toxitron I did last year as an example. http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/transformers-fan-art/320985-wfc-toxitron.html
     
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    I would like to see this made in to a real toy!
     
  5. grimlockprime

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    the green was requested to be darker at the request of my commissioner on this project.i use gimp as a quick way to color up these mockups more for my eyes and whoever is commissioning me at the time than anything else.
     
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    Each to their own, I suppose... I prefer using the polygonal lasso, as a)I was taught to use it by the great AirHammer and b) I think it is more precise. But your digibashes with the brush are really neat as well-I wouldn't have realised you did them with the brush if you hadn't told me!
     
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    Cool!
     
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